Southforward.com – Tham Luang Cave in Chiang Rai Province, Thailand believes local people have a living legend.
Quoted from Huffingtonpost, Friday (13/7/2018), This cave has the full name Tham Luang Nang Non or Cave lying woman is believed to be a refuge when a woman and her lover run away.
According to local legend, the father of the woman was about to kill her lover. This condition has forced the poor woman to commit suicide. Believe it or not, the mountains around the cave make up the body of a woman.
The famed cave is because thirteen people are trapped in the cave for almost three weeks. 12 teenagers and 1 Thai football coach were trapped and rescued from this Cave.
Narongsak Osottanakorn, head of the rescue mission plans to make this cave a tourist destination that will be a tourist attraction.
During this time, Tham Luang Cave has not been explored when this cave has the entrance hall like a labyrinth is quite impressive. The villagers around know this cave is often flooded and urges Thai authorities to put up a clear warning.
Since Thursday, July 12, 2018 or shortly after the rescue effort has been completed, Tham Luang Cave is closed and it is not known how long the closure will be.