The first element you notice when you arrive at Wat Tham Khuha Sawan is its huge gong. It must be said that the village of gong-makers is on the road between the temple and Ubon Ratchathani. The Tham Khuha Sawan cave located on the edge of a temple cliff houses a row of seated Buddhas and a reclining Buddha and then we come to the room with the coffin of the revered monk who founded the temple. Other elements of the temple include a white Ubosot with beautiful architecture and the Phra Dhamma Chedi Sri Trai Phum, whose interior has an image of Buddha in the meditation posture. At the edge of the temple cliff, there is a viewpoint over the Mekong River from which one can see the houses of Khong Chiam and those opposite on the Lao side. It is a good place to watch the sunrise.
Wat Tham Khuha Sawan is a temple and when you visit a temple in Thailand there are some rules to know and follow :