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Tham Chang Cave

Meuang Xong Village, Vang Vieng, Laos
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“nice walk” (4 reviews)
“walk south” (2 reviews)
Meuang Xong Village, Vang Vieng, Laos

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Reviewed 25 August 2015

There's not worth your money to visit. It's normal I think. But if you want to take a picture of the good view you can pay and visit there.

Thank Pukalicious
Reviewed 11 August 2015

This cave is quite normal to me since I've seen a lot of caves in Thailand (where I live), but I was impressed by the orange bridge leading to the cave. The bridge color makes such a great contrast against deep green mountains on the...More

Thank poo_surachest
Reviewed 7 August 2015

Vang Vieng is surrounded by limestone caves, and unfortunately we only had time to visit one of them. Tham Jang is a leisurely 20 minutes walk (past rice paddies and over the Nam Song River) from the town centre. Entrance is 15,000 kip, and you...More

Thank RJYP
Reviewed 1 August 2015

The area is nice but they have ruined this cave running cables with loose ends everywhere, concrete hastely installed and the place was filthy. At the time we visited half the lights were gone (luckily we had torches) and the features in the cave were...More

Thank zero353
Reviewed 9 July 2015

Vang Vieng is best known for its limestone caves.Pretty much every guesthouse and tour operator offers tours to the caves (we used and liked Green Discovery). Bring a head-lamp. Tham Chang is fed by a natural spring perfect for an early morning dip and the...More

Thank yellowinner
Reviewed 29 April 2015

The cave is easy to find and access. There is a steep stairway to the entrance. There is a good pathway inside. Take a flashlight/torch with you just in case the lighting fails. There are interesting formations and tunnels. Well worth a visit.

1  Thank udhailiyah
Reviewed 3 April 2015

Near town, easy to reach on foot or by bicycle. -pay 2000 kip at the entrence if the resort. -cross the bridge and tuen left. -you can see the viewpoint, walk in that direction. -pay entrance for the cave 15000 kip (foreigner) Nice 170 steps...More

Thank Gerard M
Reviewed 31 March 2015

The walk up is pretty intense: many unforgiving stairs + humidity = lots of sweat. I was pretty pooped by the time I got up there, but was rewarded with beautiful, immense caverns. Once you are inside the caves the sound level drops dramatically -...More

Thank Jocelyn T
Reviewed 25 March 2015

With all the wonderful scenery around the cave is nothing special, but it is close to the town, a five minute walk from the centre, and you get a nice view from the cave entrance. The caves themselves are not particularly impressive though.

Thank HarryS_9
Reviewed 3 March 2015

The closest cave to VV along a dirt path starting from Jammee GH. A nice and well maintained place for a picnic, there are stalls for food and drinks just after the bridge leading to the cave's entrance. There's also a natural pool where you...More

Thank maxscuba
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10 April 2017|
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Response from jalee77 | Reviewed this property |
This cave is the only cave that is well lit inside and popular with the locals such that there are often many visitors. I did not see any guide at the cave nor did I notice any offering guide services there... I am quite... More