Mountains, Caves, Waterfalls | Thailand's Trang Province
My village was called Ban Nai Wang in Nong Bua sub-district Ratsada District Trang province Thailand. It means the Village amidst a large valley surround large mountain that connect multiple provinces with Nakhon Si Thammarat and Phatthalung Province.
Mount a large area of these areas is constantly rain from the monsoon and humidity of the air to create many different plants which is the food of many animals to eat plants that live within this area. Bottom of the mountains had the waterfall because of these mountains, being the origin of rivers.
The streams that flow through the centuries causing a large cave under the mountain occurred. The water will flow through the cave under the mountain over to another side of the mountains. Within the cave is a large scale height of approximately 20 to 30 meters walking distance of approximately 2 km to the stalactite and stalagmite sculpture is very beautiful deeds within caves visible several points together.
In addition to the archaeological evidence found at the stone used as a tool of some cave man era pieces. Guests can stay with the villagers. You can travel both air and rail because we have both the airport Trang and train station.