Khao Bin Cave - is located about 22 kilometres from Ratchaburi city centre is the mountain range of "Khao Bin", or "Flying Mount" (Thai name) which is home to the cave of the same name.

Khao Bin cave is regarded as the most beautiful one, having many stalactites and stalagmites and a holy pond. The cave is named after a rock formation which looks like a flying bird. Chomphon cave was renamed by King Chulalongkorn during his visit in the area in 1895, due to a stalactite looking like an epaulette of a field marshal.

Inside the cave there is incomparable stalagmites and stalactites. It was one of these stalagmites in the shape of a majestic giant eagle with its wings outspread which gave the cave its name.

Also inside the cave there is a small mineral spring which villagers believe is sacred.

Nowadays, illumination by coloured lights helps enhance visitors' view and enjoyment.

This cave is the one way entrance with low light and high humidity.

You requires need to use the high ISO or Tripod during the photography taking inside.

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