Erawan Cave is Epic! – Isaan Thailand Motorbike Tour Episode 9

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This massive cave is AMAZING!

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100 comments

  1. Awesome video, there are a bunch of caves in Virginia been to luray caverns several times. I need to do a video Haha not I suck at videos.

  2. Carlsbad Caverns were epic and worth a visit on your US Scooter Tour – we just went prior to lockdown on our cross country drive. Enjoying your videos! Keep it going.

  3. If I was the Thai in charge I’d have given you twenty minutes and then turned the lights off for a laugh.

    Thai chickens in places like that will be running about, almost like wild animals. Way better meat.

  4. You so lucky to be visiting without the hords from China coming in Tour bus. And you can enjoy the traditional Issan Meal. Papaya saland and Kai yang .( Grilled chicken.) Keep riding !

  5. The only issue with food if your their long term, watch the salt, and sugar intake. You have to tell them to lower it because it’s quite high.

  6. Dozens of cave systems in the US. One by me is laurel caverns which I visited as a kid. They make you sign a waiver, it’s fine. Your epic impression is warranted. Also the fly bys happen.

  7. Cool cave! Just sub’d to your channel and enjoying your journey! AZ has a cool cave called “Karchner Caverns”, check it out online. Be safe on those roads! ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. You gotta look up that huge dinosaur museum. Your not far, and you gonna love it. You showing my favorite parts of Thailand right now, and not many videos show these areas off.

  9. Been there 1 year ago and it was great except for the steep stairs up.
    We later went to Chang Khan and stayed in a really old traditional Thai hotel on Walking street with Laos very close and visible across the Mekong.
    We could hear the roosters crowing in the morning from Laos.

  10. I miss Loei, I used to go to the university in that town, and walked the streets you were riding through. I remember going to Erawan temple, met a very interesting monk there; decided to stay at the temple in Korayai instead.
    Actually Chad, the Buddha in front of the cave symbolizes how the Buddha and late Thai meditation masters encouraged their disciples to go meditate in places of solitude like forests, trees, and and caves. Luck is a big thing in Thai culture, not so much in Buddhism – unfortunately the lines are blurred between the two there.

    If you want to check out a cave, there are a few in a temple in Lopburi, but you have to hike up the mountain to get to it.

  11. I like the cave video and wanted to add a constructive comment. You should not touch the cave walls, tops or bottoms as it will destroy the natural patina (probably not the right word) of the cave. It is the oil in your hands that ruins it. We have some great caves in Texas and a really huge cave in New Mexico called Carlsbad Caverns. I learned the rules about touching caves when visiting those caves. Keep up the good work. I’m 67 and live vicariously thru your travels!

  12. Hi Man if you have chance, go to Chiang Khan district. It’s a small classic town where it is located at the bank of Mekong river. Have fun ! it’s about 56.1 Km something from Loie.

  13. Chad, you are a funny guy, your dry sense of humor, you must be quite a guy, but what type of visa in thailand that allows you to stay for longer than a tourist visa? or do you skip in and out of the country to renew your tourist visa?

  14. You scored there dude! I dropped by tham luang today to catch a game of football in the dark but its closed, as were all the other caves round here. ๐Ÿ™
    We just terrorised the mountain roads instead.

  15. new top speed 106 bitches, then says I was taking it slow……. lol.
    1 thing to surprise me, no commercialization, here in USA everyone has to get paid to see natural wonders someone has to make a buck for you to be able to enjoy, & I absolutely refuse to pay to see, so I dont. my favorite examples Natural Bridge, & Dixie Caverns you have to pay to be allowed to see, & I went there to go see as a young man, I refused to pay to see what my parents saw for free before they redid the roads to keep road from going by Natural Bridge, and they were able to see Caverns free.
    I have been in 1 cave, but saw it on a side road near a highway, found my way to it, & lightly explored, however it was unplanned & I have a cheap China made flashlight that acted up, it would cut off, have to shake it to keep it making a connection, so wasnt safe to explore past where I could see to get out if my light failed completely, & have never traveled back, maybe I should, but, it may be barricaded now to keep people out, that was 25+ years ago, & maybe 200 miles away

  16. You got several caves adventures in the US, Look up Carlsbad Caverns and Mammoth caves to name a couple both open to the public. Carlsbad you can take an elevator to the bottom and walk out if you want. Have fun, great videos as always.

  17. As far as youโ€™re driving… yes, aggressive works well. Iโ€™m most worried about your propensity to pass a blind left. A lot of random parked cars on the left shoulder. Be careful out there.

  18. Great videos Chad! Consider learning a Thai word a day. Thai people will respect and enjoy your company even more!
    Plus your subscribers can learn from you as well on basic words and phrases.

  19. Your tour is making me nostalgic. My family lives in the Sakhon Nakhon region in a village far out. Makes me wanna go there again but sadly there’s a travel ban atm :/ your vids make up for it tho. keep up the great work!!

  20. Damn nice bike rides and pretty girl coffee by the side of the road… That makes it for me any day! Damn dude, can’t wait for your videos every day… !๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

  21. Good vid. The caves remind me very much of Batu Caves in Kuala Lumpur, except it is devoid of tourists and commercialization. Definitively adding Erawan Cave to my list!

  22. Maybe that’s why southeast Asian countries say American food taste bland, Actually one of my favorite food is Vietnamese soup I’ll pick it anytime over any pizza. The leaves with stem just gives a unique aroma though my wife won’t eat it over his dead body. LOL

  23. เน‚เธฃเธกเธฑเธ™ เน€เธžเธตเธขเธฃเนŒเธ‹ says:

    THANK.YOU.BROโ€‹๐Ÿ‡น๐Ÿ‡ญ๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ™

  24. That was very cool I cannot believe how huge it was inside!!! Your friend in the cave looked like a Monk very interesting people.. the food look excellent.. be careful stay safe and keep them coming , from the good ol us

  25. I have been watching your tour of isaan every day AWESOME CB always interesting you all ready found some great wheels keep them coming very enjoyable .

  26. Enjoying your Issan tour. There are caves in the U.S. Kartchner Caverns in Sierra Vista,AS is still a living cave. A must do. When I visit my family in Thailand I will definitely take you recommendation of places to see. Thanks again.

  27. There is no way in hell that cave ever going to be open in the US. Too much liability. Even a simplest thing like the open market or street vendors, we all wanted it but ain’t happening. Too many bitch and complain, regulations bla blaa blaaa and yes, that chicken is hell good. Man, make me want to take the trip back.

  28. Yet another enjoyable episode.
    when i watch you devour that delicious looking meal at the cave, i wanna come over and have “the same”
    btw, North and N.East TH has many cave systems, one of which, Tham Luang, made the world news last year.

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