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The lights in the cave were on so it was quite hard to see the cave itself, except for the Buddha statues. We were looking forward to the lake; where, as we were told, would be many ducks and lilies. The further we came, the...More
Wonderful Saddan Cave is longest and biggest cave of Kayin State, Myanmar. It is reached via a few kilometres (30 minutes drive) of track off the main Hpa-an to Mawlamyine highway. Some parts of this track are rough.
You can see the limestone scenery and...More
An interesting cave with a range of Buddhas. As you get into the depths of the cave you can hear the noise of the bats, which is odd as you cannot see them. On the other side you can get a boat back through another...More
Not only the (cathedral-like) cave itself is impressing, especially the combination with the short boat ride through the last part of it made it really worthwhile. The latter is only possible in the dry season, when the water is low enough.
We went to Sadan...More
My friend and I went to this cave as many people spoke about it. Neither of us (half way in) had any idea it was actually a bat cave! The experience was cool enough, but I have to be honest, walking over the questionable wooden...More