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The horrendous cave has become a tourist attraction
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the Cave that the twelve thai the boys got caught in the has been turned into a tourist attraction. Thousands of visitors take selfies and lay flowers at the cave opening.
Now built a tent village and a museum to attract more visitors.

At the end of June 2018, was twelve thai boys trapped in a cave in the national park Tham Luang Nang Non in Chiang Rai province in northern Thailand. They would explore the cave system continues a mile up in a mountain, but never came back. A heavy rains filled the cave with water and a large bailout was carried out before the boys could be rescued after seventeen days inside the cave.

Now, the site has been transformed into a tourist attraction. Thousands of tourists gather at the cave's entrance in order to lay flowers at the opening and take selfies. Hundreds of souvenirstånd has been set up on the road leading to the national park and locals alike selling everything from t-shirts to food and handicrafts to tourists.

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the Cave is not open to visitors, but you can see its opening through a fence and a gate.

– this is a fantastic event for the people in the area. It has tried to make Tham Luan into a tourist attraction many times in the past, but it has never become popular. Now it is known all over the world because of the boys that was rescued out of the cave. We are not only happy over the money we get from tourists, we are also proud that people want to travel here and see our beautiful park. It is an honor for us, " says Vipa Romaneechutima, selling lottery tickets near the cave opening to The Guardian.

plans to build a museum at the boys ' honor and to the divers who lost their lives during the rescue. You also build a tent village near the national park for those tourists who want to spend the night.

Photo: Getty/TTTham Luang cave in Thailand where the twelve boys got stuck has become a tourist attraction.
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