Emerald Cave (Thailand)
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|Emerald Cave (Thailand)|
Entrance to Emerald Cave.
The west coast of Muk Island |
(Kantang District, Trang, Thailand)
The cave has a narrow 80m long tunnel. The cave can be entered either by swimming or by using a small boat. Access is only possible during low tide.
Outside the cave, there is a lagoon which is surrounded by tropical plants and a beach. The name of the cave is derived from the phenomenon that occurs, when the sun shines on the water, which reflects colored light all over the cave’s wall. This can only be seen between 10.00 am and 2.00 pm.
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