The websites below, maintained by members of the Shepton Mallet Caving Club, have photos of caves in Thailand.
Neil Walmsley's photos from the 2010 Ban Mani Phruk Expedition


Chiang Mai Rock Climbing Adventures

Doi Ang Khang 2010

Anukoon Sorn-Ek
Tham Lumphini Suan Hin (Saraburi)
Tham Nam Nao (Phetchabun)
Tham Nam Lei (Chaiyaphum)
Tham Khao Tha Morat (Phetchabun)
Doi Chiang Dao 1 (Chiang Mai)
Doi Chiang Dao 2 (Chiang Mai)
Tham Pha Mon (Mae Hong Son)
Tham Pi Man (coffin caves, Mae Hong Son)

The High Path (TV Channel 3) (2016)
Tham Nok Nang Aen (Kanchanaburi)
Tham Sao Hin (Kanchanaburi)

Expedition Reports

Liz Prices's blog on caving in SE Asia
The blog of the Equipe Spéléo de Bruxelles has reports on Thailand expeditions
The blog of the Franz Lindenmayr's website which has a lot of information and photos.
Thierry Tournier's 2009/2010 caving blog (this site has a lot of information, in French, on Thai caves).
Alice Latinne's blog on searching for cave rats.
Oliver Marsal's page on cave diving in southern Thailand

Expedition Reports

Canberra SS 1997 Expedition to Phitsanulok, Sukhothai and Kanchanaburi.
Royal Forest Department 2002 Expedition to Thungyai Naresuan West Wildlife Sanctuary, Kanchanaburi
Royal Forest Department 2003 Expedition to Thungyai Naresuan West Wildlife Sanctuary, Kanchanaburi

Thailand Caving & Resources

Isaan Live - lots of information on the forest temples, monks and sandstone caves in north-east Thailand
Cave Lodge, Mae Hong Son.
South-east Asian Bat Database - unfortunately this database is not yet fully functional.
Department of Mineral Resources - if you can find it the library has many geological references available for download.
Thai Science - Thai university and scientific journals. - has a lot of information on caves outside the National Parks.


SpeLAOlogie - good source of information on early exploration in Vang Vieng.
French Phuan Phalang Gang 2006 draft expedition report.