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Amazing site

Amazing site to see. Timing has to be just right as the sun sets. Thousands of bats come from the... read more

Reviewed 10 September 2017
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amaing site

The millions of bats that fly from this cave is truly a wonderful site ,well worth the trip... read more

Reviewed 28 March 2017
Sittingbourne, United Kingdom
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10 Sep 2017
“Amazing site”
27 Mar 2017
“amaing site”
Moo 2 Nayang Subdistrict, Cha-am, Thailand
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Reviewed 10 September 2017 via mobile

Amazing site to see. Timing has to be just right as the sun sets. Thousands of bats come from the cave making lovely patterns as they fly. You have to be very quite to hear there noise. It's a wonderful site. Cannot believe where they...More

Thank Bjexx1
Reviewed 28 March 2017

The millions of bats that fly from this cave is truly a wonderful site ,well worth the trip ..Although not lasting more than 10/15 minutes it was an awesome spectacle to see.

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Reviewed 28 March 2017

Very interesting to see, amazing actually, they came out at about 6:30, millions of Bats came and flew out of the cave, it only last a few minutes, so be ready when they come out, not easy to find if you do not know the...More

3  Thank moise50
Reviewed 14 January 2017

We went to the bat cave expecting to have to walk inside the caves, how wrong were we. It was amazing to see all these hundreds and thousands of bats taking flight from outside the caves. Take your video cameras with you

2  Thank Wallheathen
Reviewed 13 December 2016

An interesting natural spectacle that you should not miss if you are in the Cha - Am area, transport is needed. Google: bats view point for directions, about 10 minutes off the main road. This is free, please see my pic of the sign. We...More

5  Thank gordonj258
Reviewed 22 October 2016

It is hard to imagine just how many bats come spilling out of Nayang Bat Cave. Pictures don't do it justice. You'll need a scooter or car to get there. It's only 20 minutes outside of Cha-Am. The surrounding mountains are also quite beautiful and...More

2  Thank batsauce
Reviewed 1 February 2016

Very difficult to locate.but if you google bats view point this should get you there.and it really is worth the visit.not only are the bats out to feed they themselves become dinner for the bigger birds eagles etc that are waiting in the wings so...More

1  Thank tunsh
Reviewed 28 January 2016

It was very cool seeing a solid stream of bats fly out from this one cave. It leaves you wondering just how many thousands fit in there and how big it is! Whilst very cheap, its kind of sad someone has built a shotty platform...More

3  Thank A_Girl_Named_Nat
Reviewed 24 December 2015

Our perspectives are based on being two wildlife biologists who work for the federal government in the United States in the State of Alaska. This experience is breath-taking, awe-inspiring, and a natural spectacle that should not be missed by anyone close to Cha-am, Thailand. The...More

12  Thank EricJTaylor
Reviewed 14 September 2015

Amazing - the place you view it is in need of some serious love and attention but you're there to look at nature

1  Thank Swinner65
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9 March 2017|
Response from BananaLu |
After 20 minutes I actually found other pins to locate it that might help people: วัดค้างคาว จังหวัดราชบุรี Chauves-Souris Ratchaburi (listed in French!) And some close temple used as a landmark: Wat Khao Chong Pran.