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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
Although not a history buff I was impressed by the age and incredible detail of these temples, over 1000 years old. There is quite a lot of walking and steps so you need to be quite fit. It is not wheelchair friendly. As it gets...More
The temple itself was under cooked strict ion and the tiger cave was very disappointing and clearly aimed at tourists. It is not in the slightest but authentic. It was raining when we visited so didn’t bother climbing the steps as the constant rain and...More
Truly did not expect it will be very tiresome, 1000+ steps is no joke. Take all your time you need to climb the stairs as the view above is so magnificent and mesmerizing. This place is also very good to build up your stamina.
An activity that my husband and I had booked for one of the days we were in Krabi had been cancelled due to weather so I went on a search for something to do in its place. I discovered the Tiger Cave Temple and read...More
This tests your stamina to a great level. If u r game for an awesome view then do take this climb.. although loads of monkey but they don't do much thankfully. I took around one hour up and down.. so do go for it
It took myself & my boyfriend about 40 minutes to get to the top. Luckily we went at 8:30am when it was cool and there was no one else around so we didn’t feel rushed or like we were holding anyone up when we paused...More
My sister and her husband did this 1 1/2 years before, and told us we had to do it, but they wouldn't come with us. All the reviews say 1237 steps, and it is brutal. I kept thinking "only 1200 steps... that is nothing". Well,...More
Did this today with a tour group. It felt a but rushed as they gave us 90 mins to get up and down. Getting up was a struggle, it's not 1237 steps it's actually 1260, but once up there the views are spectacular. We would...More