Nice place to visit. Takes some effort to get up, but resting areas are provided if needed on your way up the 600 steps. Do carry proper footwear, as the steps are dodgy in some areas, and inside the cave it can get slippery. Marvelous view as you get to the top, as well as at the other side of the cave. Pity that the grounds (& the inside of the cave) are not kept clean - plastic bags, bottles, etc around. So far no admission fee !! Probably best to visit in the morning. We had a good lunch at the street restaurant just left out of the main entrance
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