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Tham Khao Ting data from Internet  ,  , Thai Back-Link Neighborhood: 
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paths of length <= 2 sorted in chronological order - data from Internet  , 0 data from Internet  , TH data from Internet  , The main Satun-Trang highway passes through a narrow gap in the prominent limestone ridge about 15km east of Palian. In this gap and right next to the road the Khlong Li Phang sinks into a cave and exits on the other side of the ridge. The cave is clearly sign posted and has restaurants, picnic tables and a car park. data from Internet  , Martin Ellis data from Internet  , EN data from Internet  , 7.158320559372895 data from Internet  , TR0055 data from Internet  , Tham Khao Ting is a large active cave separated by a short sump into 2 sections - the sink and the resurgence. The stream sink part is developed and had a raised concrete path entering the cave along a ledge on the left wall. A large chamber is soon reached with a lake and a seasonl inlet coming in from the left. The inlet leads after 100m to low wet passages (that were not pushed by the RFD team in March 2002) and three more entrances. Across the lake the stream flows over some short rapids and along a passage that quickly ends at a sump with a floating jam of logs and rubbish. - The resurgence on the opposite side of the ridge with the water issuing from a large multiple entrance. A short swim passes the sump bringing the stream from the sink and leads to a flood resurgence entrance. - Freeman reported that by 2005 the concrete walkway had fallen into disrepair. Vern followed the seasonal inlet on the left upstream then climbed up below the skylights to reach the stream again. This was followed for a long distance with tributaries leading to daylight. This visit was in November 2005, but water levels were not too high. data from Internet  , 0 data from Internet  , Martin Ellis data from Internet  , 36 data from Internet  , 5011 data from Internet  , 99.802268483877 data from Internet  , EN data from Internet  ,  ,