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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
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You will not be disappointed once you climb to the top, even when you get half way and you think you cannot climb any further, you must! Power through it because the view at the very top is breathtaking😍💪🏼🥾I felt some kind of euphoric when...More
Tiger cave temple is beautiful. Especially the climb to the hill. It comprises of 1260 stairs one way. Required lot of stamina and grit. But the experience on the top makes every stair worth it. Amazing mind blowing views of Krabi from the top. Must...More
There were 1,237 very uneven and challenging steps up the mountain. I was prepared to climb but encountered monkeys which seemed very aggressive. We passed by some monkeys along 3 flights of stairs and then encountered even more and bigger monkeys whereby we decided to...More
Due to our travel schedule we only had time to hike at sunset. Reviews scared me off from trying to use the local bus. We booked a taxi from our guesthouse to take us there and back 500thb. We left at 17:00 from Krabi Town...More
i did trek with my 2 kids so hard andbut when we get to the top very gorgeous . Beautiful view for 360 .
wish we can do it again. :D
and it free and of course u can donate some money for they cleanning...More
When you see one temple, you've seen them all. That's what I thought about this place when I visited. Then we embarked on the long climb of 1260 steps up the mountain and for someone who I consider in shape, it was a challenge for...More