This is the only cave I visited in VV so cannot say how it compares to others, but it isn't spectacular. There are 138 steps, K15 000 to pay, and then about half an hour to wander about inside looking at the rock formations (unfortunately some have been seriously vandalised). No need for a torch as there is electricity - in some of the bulbs!
The whole place has the feel of being neglected and left to deteriorate. The pathways are crumbling - wear good stout shoes as it's also wet - and some of the railings are missing as are some of the electric lights. However there are some good views from a small opening in the cave looking out over VV and the surrounding paddy fields.
What i liked better was a delightful walk along the bank of a tributary of the Nam Song, to the left as you come down from the cave. Cross a small wooden bridge, pass a lovely blue-water pool, go over a style and carry on .... maybe even take a picnic. Looked idyllic.
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