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Tham Wa data from Internet  ,  , Thai Back-Link Neighborhood: 
paths of length <= 2 sorted in chronological order - data from Internet  , Underground Cavity Back-Link Neighborhood: 
paths of length <= 2 sorted in chronological order Create instance of  Underground Cavity <https://ontology.uis-speleo.org/ontology/#UndergroundCavity> - data from Internet  , b60206652097c94900070b048dabf3b4 Back-Link Neighborhood: 
paths of length <= 2 sorted in chronological order - data from Internet  , 78 data from Internet  , TH data from Internet  , From the Security Development Project headquarters take the sealed road south (not the road that goes back down to Chiang Klang). As this road turns north that a dirt road south. Drive past the National Park ranger station to a Y junction. Take the left hand fork, turning right at another Y junction, and drive down the rough track to where it levels out and there is a track heading downhill on the right. Take this right hand turning and follow the track, which is rough, as far as a Hmong farm at 47Q 718242 2145049. To find the path to the cave continue along the track up the slope the other side of the stream and then head left into the trees. The stream sinking at Tham Pon has cut a valley about 10 m deep, keep up on the top of the bank and go past Tham Pon. Tham Wa is about 50 m past Tham Pon, in the outcrop up to the left. data from Internet  , Martin Ellis data from Internet  , EN data from Internet  , 19.394348801935454 data from Internet  , NA0085 data from Internet  , This cave has a large entrance that slopes steeply down to a flat floor. The route down was achieved using a rope tied round a large boulder next to the right hand wall. The route down is mainly on an easy slope but there is a short vertical section that would make the access interesting without SRT gear. - The cave is one large chamber, the majority of it can be seen from the drip line. The floor is flat, dry mud with some small puddles and dry gours. At the back of the chamber, in the right hand wall, is a small passage that extends for a short (3 m) distance before closing down. This small passage has cave pearls on the floor. data from Internet  , 25 data from Internet  , Martin Ellis data from Internet  , 1405 data from Internet  , 2860 data from Internet  , 101.08059437532685 data from Internet  , EN data from Internet  ,  ,