Travel Snaps: Viking Cave Krabi Thailand

Travels Snaps: Features our best photos of iconic places that we visit during our previous travel. It’s a recollection of unforgettable snaps and story behind it.
Exquisite karst limestones on odd shapes surrounded by Turquoise blue waters describes Tham Phaya Nak or commonly known as Viking Cave in Krabi Thailand. 

The series of paintings inside the cave depicts ships that resemble of European ship, not actually from Vikings of Nords. These paintings were over a thousand years of age, the same era where Vikings dominate the sea travel, which they took the name.

You’ll get a chance to pass by on this landmark if you’re on the way to the famous Maya Bay. 

Tip: Request to your boatmen/ tour guide to have a quick stop on this secluded landmark. It’s worth a praise. 

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Sky and Summer

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