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Sadan Cave, Hpa An
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Impressive in size, Sadan Cave features a deep cavern with golden pagodas and statues of the Buddha. The cave also contains a lake, which you can cross by taking a ferry operated by local fishermen. By using our Hpa An trip itinerary maker, you can arrange your visit to Sadan Cave and other attractions in Hpa An.
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  • A pretty converted cave. Nothing amazing at first, but it is huge and especially at the exit on the other side, we arrive at a small lake or should be (Yes it takes) take a small boat (1500kts per person) to go back to the beginning. The scenery is just superb once past the small tunnel. Rice paddies a loss of view with mountains in the distance. Not to be missed
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  • Pretty long journey, on a path largely developed (concrete, lighting, concrete with metal handrails stairs), in a gigantic cave where you can see thousands of bats from the ceiling using an indispensable torch, and developed into a beautiful and peaceful Lake. To return to the start, feel free to rent a flat bottom canoe that will give you access, after a passage under the rock where the water is crystal clear, to the rice fields that stretch to the horizon and where to evolve many birds (egrets, storks, ducks). Essential in this region.
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  • This cave is huge, only open in the dry season and filled with amazing statues of Buddha tucked in among a variety of marvelous limestone stalactites, stalagmites and walls of sparkling crystal. A fla...  more »
  • 20 min across this dark, muddy, slippery cave; a nice big red stone at one point, but u have to walk barefoot, over the excrement of thousand of bats that cry on the roof. Frankly disgusting, and dangerous too, cause the possibility to incour in serious desease if for istance u fall down and scratch u on it... Surely the best part is the return by boat, they let 4 person x boat and charges 2000 k each. Bring a plastic bag for recover ur shoes in the backpack and keep ur arms free
  • This is an exciting advanture walking in the dark, long and big cave. Be patient to get to the end so that you can get a wonderful boat ride which crossed under another cave for a minute and then you will see a beautiful lake. Downside is you are not allowed to wear shoes so prepare to walk on your bare feet on the rough and sippery ground. Bats are quite noisy however I like it that way as it is natural to see them in the caves.
  • Remember to donate so lights doesn't go out midways. But SUPER nice
  • A really cool place. But the amount of rubbish makes the trip less enjoyable.
  • Boat fare 1500ks/head. Shouldn't miss to take a ride. This rare chance worth more.