There will be a tuk tuk to drive you up the steep road to reach the entrance of the cave (15bht) and the tuk tuk looks like it's probably 50 years old and it's real small so maybe catch the larger and newer ones if your group is large. Not that the small one is terrible as it has its own charm. There's a few flights of stairs downwards bound to get into the cave. You'll find Buddha statues all over the cave and an opening on top lets the sun illuminate the inside. You'll probably spend about 30 mins to 1 hour inside here as the cave isn't exactly big. The tuk tuk ride for the descend didn't charge me for the ride when I showed my ticket for the ascending journey. At the bottom there's a stall selling drinks where you can pay some money to feed the monkeys who hang around trying to hustle some food from tourists. Do remember to arrange your ride to/from this attraction beforehand as the journey out is absolutely not recommended to be done on foot and the tuk tuk will try and quote you a ridiculous price to send you back.