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      Khao Luang cave temple, Phetchaburi, Thailand #travel #thailand

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      》》· · · ¡'Now you come back here you blasted creature!!! That ain't no way to fight to chomp and run · · · 》》¡ · · ]| Repinned from Khao Luang Cave Temple, Phetchaburi, Thailand | (10 Beautiful Photos) |[

    • Kels Kelsjax

      Khao Luang Cave Temple, Thailand Khao Luang is not only one of the most important temples in its province Phetchaburi; it is also one of the most beautiful. The cave entrance is preceded by a set of concrete stairs from the foothills of the eponymous hill. The temple is famed for its architecture and the stunning Buddha statue, ordered by the King Chulalongkon. Altogether, 170 Buddha statues glisten inside the cave.

    • Claire DeRocher

      Khao Luang Cave Temple, Phetchaburi, Thailand The beauty of this place is just too mystical for words to explain ....

    • Michele DiLisio

      Khao Luang Cave Temple, Phetchaburi, Thailand - Indiana Jones?

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