Stock Photo - 04 March 2019, Thailand, Takua Thung: The entrance to Wat Suwan Kuha, also called Wat Tham (""cave temple""). It belongs to a Buddhist temple complex in the Amphoe (district) Takua Thung in the province Phang Nga (Phangnga) in the northwest of South Thailand. It consists of several limestone caves with Buddha statues. The largest cave (""Tham Yai"") is about 40 meters long and 20 meters wide and houses an allegedly more than 200 year old golden ""Reclining Buddha"" about 15 meters long. Photo: Alexandra Schuler/dpa. - Takua Thung/Phrang Nga/Thailand

Stock Photo: 04 March 2019, Thailand, Takua Thung: The entrance to Wat Suwan Kuha, also called Wat Tham (""cave temple""). It belongs to a Buddhist temple complex in the.

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