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River rafting on Long tail boat stopping at Khao Pun cave and JEATH museum.- River Kwae Noi was an... read more

Reviewed 30 August 2018
Singapore, Singapore
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Very interesting.

We walked through the caves, very interesting. The caves were used by the Japanese in WW2. It's... read more

Reviewed 28 May 2018
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Reviewed 30 August 2018 via mobile

River rafting on Long tail boat stopping at Khao Pun cave and JEATH museum.- River Kwae Noi was an impressive river journey. If you are short on time and wanna speed things up a bit, try the long-tail boat ride. Khao pun cave is worth...More

Thank bikerjoe15
Reviewed 25 June 2018

After viewing the impressive from the 'mountain' down the Mae Klong river, visit the cave. But BE WARNED it is not a trek for the unfit or fat. There is a VERY narrow passage that must be negotiated to finish the journey (no warning offered...More

Thank JJK106
Reviewed 28 May 2018

We walked through the caves, very interesting. The caves were used by the Japanese in WW2. It's very hot and humid inside the caves, be prepared to sweat a lot.

Thank Dajoma
Reviewed 7 May 2018

This is one of the stops during our River Kwai Boat tour which we have booked with our hotel. We could walk the slope up to the temple which will take around 20mins or take a motor shuttle (return trip estimate 20baht/person). We are very...More

Thank TravelwithR10
Reviewed 11 April 2018

This Buddhist Temple is very discreet and not many visitors come here. In fact we were the only visitors on that particular day. The temple is located inside the caves which again are well maintained and neat. Usually such places are filled with bats and...More

Thank StevenP3423
Reviewed 2 April 2018

We were taken to the Koapoon Cave Temples by boat as part of a cruise on the River Kwai. From the boat pier you go up a steep staircase to a large Buddha and a great view out over the Countryside and the Kwai River...More

Thank Roberts69
Reviewed 23 March 2018

We went on a longboat trip from the “Bridge” along the Kwai river and visited this temple. After being deposited at a jetty we climbed a few steps where we were met by a really friendly motorcycle tuk tuk driver who took us the short...More

1  Thank W4lking
Reviewed 26 January 2018 via mobile

We took a boat ride from our hotel along river kwai to this cave. Thereafter, we transferred to a short tuk tuk which took us to the cave within 10 mins. Interesting temple complex within the network of caves. There were quite a number of...More

Thank Oceaniakamin
Reviewed 17 December 2017

Small cave with few tourists - very pleasant and nice to see but you have to make it as part of something else. I only stopped by on my way from Bangkok to Kanchanaburi in a rental car...without any guide or driver. Otherwise it wouldn't...More

Thank Christopher V
Reviewed 5 August 2017 via mobile

15 minutes with tuktuk, the temple in the cave is a nice getaway for a short while. It's a 15 minutes walk in the cave, and you see bats, statues, and a really nice cave with many rooms in it. Outside there's a nice view...More

1  Thank Doron S
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