I'm visiting Sam Roi Yot, which is a hilly area of coast just south of Hua Hin, in South Thailand. Sam Roi Yot literally means 300 peaks.
There's plenty of caves here, and this is one of the most famous, Phraya Nakhon Cave, famous because its huge and has a pavillion built into it. It's a lot of chambers that have collapsed ceilings, letting light stream down into the caves below.
As you can imagine this is very photogenic, but you need to work to get the shot. The entrance to the cave is 500m up the side of a hill, and even before you get there, there are two hills to walk across from the nearest beach entrance. Fortunately there is a shortcut, a boat ride around the coast, but at 400 baht per boat it's not cheap, but at least its there and back! More expensive boat rides from hotels around the coast take you direct from the hotel to the cave entrance.
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