|Location:||15 km north of Amphoe Songyang and 95km NNW of Mae Sot. Signposted from, Mae Sot., and is a major tourist attraction|
|Dimension:||L=1,586m, VR=41m (plus 60m + karst fenster), A=125m asl.|
John D Dunkley (1995):
The Caves of Thailand,
(2003): , Shepton Mallet Caving Club Jl Ser 11 (3) Spring 2003 pp 92, 94, survey and 6 colour photos.
|Address:||Tham Mae Usu, Song Yang District, Tak [province], Thailand.|
|As far as we know this information was accurate when it was published (see years in brackets), but may have changed since then.
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The show cave entrance is 20m wide and 5m high in one side of an impressive sink hole. A large streamway can be followed to a wooden ladder leading up into impessive fossil chambers which eventually lead back down to the resurgence entrances. All the water in the cave is very warm, about 30°C, and is probably the result of geothermal heating.
Text by Tony Oldham (2004). With kind permission.