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This temple complex not only serves as a religious site for the monks who live and worship there, but also features a maze of natural caves in an overgrown jungle valley where stone tools, pottery remains and the mold for making Buddha footprints...more
All reviews worth the climb steep steps take your time tough climb coming down monks live worth the effort walk up the main attraction views are amazing flip flops hot springs tuk tuk emerald pool monkeys sweat donation
I'd like to apologise to everyone who said it was a hard climb. I just thought you all needed to toughen up.
It's hot, sweaty, and some of the climb is more like single leg squats than steps. How hard can 1260 steps be right?...More
Everyone isn’t making this up- this hike up 1200 stairs is no joke. Six of us went and we are all in pretty good shape, regularly work out, are rock climbers, etc and it was TOUGH. Especially on a hot day it creates that “I...More
We took a taxi from the hotel to the temple and it waited for us whilst we looked around, We arrived before 10 o’clock in the morning when there weren’t too many other people around but by the time we left it was getting quite...More
Be prepared the steps up to the top of the hill are steep and there are 1,234 of them but it is worth every second! The view is incredible and the Buddha and temples are amazing. We were really lucky it was overcast when we...More
I booked a minibus(300 baht) from Ao Nang(to and fro) to reach to the temple.
The climb is really difficult. It took me to 60-90 minutes to climb. I took a lot of rest in between. Do take lots of water and snacks for the...More
I'm glad I didn't read the 'bad' and 'terrible' reviews before we chose this as part of a day of tourist attractions.
First we went to the elephant sanctuary, then our guide for the day took us to a waterfall then here and although I...More
- Rent a motorbike for the day from Krabi and go here, less than a 15min drive. Typical rental is 200 baht a day.
- Wear trainers. It's a lot of steps and your feet need as much support as possible. Quite a few...More
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I didn't have a drone with me unfortunately, the shots would be epic from there. I seen no signs to say this wasnt allowed which were on certain beaches etc, I think you would be fine and if not just donate a tiny bit cash... More
I didn't have a drone with me unfortunately, the shots would be epic from there. I seen no signs to say this wasnt allowed which were on certain beaches etc, I think you would be fine and if not just donate a tiny bit cash amd I'm sure they will be fine.