After having our usual bountiful meal, my Thai friends and I set off to visit this place. A friend and I took the 6km ride by bike while the others hired a wagon as there were no other vehicles available. The road was bumpy and dusty especially when a motorbike or a larger vehicle passes by. Good thing I brought a mask. On our way to the phu kham cave and blue lagoon, we saw smaller streams that were also blue. We passed by a bamboo bridge. Upon reaching the place, we climbed up to the cave. It was not that easy climbing up that mountain because the path was narrow and we had to give way to the others who were going down. Aside from being a tourist spot, the cave is considered a sacred place by both Thais and Laotians. It's dark inside the cave so you have to bring a flashlight. After seeing the reclining buddha we went down to have a dip at the lagoon and take some pictures. Going down the cave was not that easy as well. The lagoon was blue and clear, and the water was cold. In fact, you might even see some bottles of beer submerged in it.
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