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Why Kow Phung Cave is special ?
Khao Phung cave 's beauty is enhanced by countless stalagmites and stalactites of various shapes. Some are like mushrooms, others like pagodas and curtains. The walls are white and glitter brightly. Kow Phung cave is part of the national park that contains Huay Toh waterfall which is basically beside it.
What to explore at Kow Phung Cave?
There is a walkway at Khao Phung cave which takes you around about half of the mountain. One “Y” intersection will take you to a small stream where locals like to swim. There is a small dam made of sandbags so it’s not exactly picturesque.
The caves at Kow Phung are deep. There are some HUGE rooms inside
In length, the Khao Phung boardwalk is maybe 200 meters. There are sections of dirt trail through the jungle as well and it gets messy since it’s rainy season from May to November.
How to get to Kow Phung Cave?
From Krabi town – the police checkpoint by the river, go upstream away from town and toward the mountains. At the traffic light make a right turn. On your left within 1km, possibly 1.5km is a sign or multiple signs for Huay Toh Waterfall – take that left hand turn and go the WHOLE way up the road – 16-18km until you see the sign on the right for Kow (Khao) Phung Cave which is almost next to the Huay Toh Waterfall.
- Good to discover and get experince
- The cave’s beauty in Krabi town
- Beautiful landscapes
- One of the famous cave in Ao Nang
- Good place for group of friends
Uttaradit Road, Krabi town, Ao Nang- Thailand