Thailand by Province

Thailand is divided into 76 changwat (provinces), which are grouped into five groups of provinces. This groups are named after their direction: nort, north-east, central, east and south. The provinces are subdivided into 795 amphoe (districts) 81 king amphoe (minor districts). Further subdivision levels are tambon (communes or sub-districts) and mubaan (villages). We have listed provinces, if we know of subterranean sights.

 Tham Pha Chom |  Tham Phayanak |  Tham Pum - Tham Pla
 Amnat Charoen:  Wat Tham Saeng Phet
 Chanthaburi:  Tham Ruesi
 Chiang Mai Province:  Tham Borichinda |  Tham Chiang Dao |  Tham Tab Tao
 Chiang Rai:
 Chumphon Province:  Tham Khao Khun Krathing |  Tham Khao Kriep Ngoen |  Tham Khao Ngoen
 Kanchanaburi Province:  Erawan Falls |  Tham Krasae |  Tham Lawa |  Tham Phra That |  Pilog Mine |  Sai Yok Noi Waterfall |  Tham Than Lot
 Krabi Province:  Tham Phra Nang |  Tham Pya Nak (Viking Cave) |  Wat Tham Sua
 Lampang Province:  Tham Pha Thai
 Lamphun:  Tham Luang Pha Wiang
 Mae Hong Son Province:  Tham Kaew Komol
 Nakhon Sawan Province:  Tham Bo Ya |  Tham Khao No |  Khao Tham Phra |  Wat Tham Phon Sawan
 Nong Bua Lamphu Province:  Tham Erawan
 Phang-nga Province:  James Bond Rock |  Tham Suwan Kuha |  Wat Tham Tapan
 Phattalung Province:  Tham Khuha Sawan |  Tham Malai |  Tham Mat Cha Pla Won |  Phattalung - Phu Khao Ok Thalu
 Phetchabun Province:  Tham Nam Bang |  Tham Pha Hong |  Tham Pha Thong |  Tham Ruesi Sombat |  Tham Yai Nam Nao
 Phetchaburi Province:  Tham Khao Luang
 Phitsanulok Province:  Tham Phra Wang Daeng
 Phuket Province:  Kathu Mining Museum
 Prachuab Khiri Khan Province:  Phraya Nakhon Cave
 Saraburi:  Wat Tham Krabok
 Tak Province:  Tham Mae Usu |  Tham Mae Usa |  Tham Takobi
 Trang Province:  Tham Khao Kop |  Tham Morakot
 Yala Province:

See also

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