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Wat Suwan Kuha (Cave Temple)

Krasom Subdistrict, Thailand
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2 days ago
“Monkey temple”
9 Apr 2017
“Monkeys are entertaining but over and done quickly”
Krasom Subdistrict, Thailand
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Reviewed 2 days ago

I doubt if many would come here if it weren't for the monkeys. They are everywhere, and come up very close (too close...) asking for food. There is a reclining Buddha statue and some other statues, but those aren't special. The monkeys are...

Thank avipiti
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We visited here as part of a day trip through Khao Lak Vista Tours. We spent about an hour here which was more than enough time. A lovely temple with interesting artefacts and lots of history. Managed to get a few photos with the many...More

1  Thank mrs_ramsey1988
Reviewed 10 April 2017 via mobile

As the title says. Good entertainment from the monkeys, you can feee them and they take it right from your hand. Other than that there isn't much to do. You can go into the cave for 20 baht each but after looking around and checking...More

Thank Liam B
Reviewed 4 April 2017

This is a nice place, the cave hosts some images of Buddah and then you have the monkeys around. It is not allowed to feed them inside the caves but some people just buy the fruits and bring them inside, just watch out as they...More

1  Thank Geovanny B
Reviewed 7 February 2017 via mobile

This was another attraction included in the day tour, although you do have to pay 20 baht to enter, and 5 baht to use the toilet. There are steps inside that you can walk up and see all the monkeys floating around. The statues and...More

2  Thank mynewlifeistravel
Reviewed 31 January 2017

This attraction was part of a larger tour that I was part of, so it was the only reason why we came to the Monkey Cave / Buddha Cave. Not much to see, a reclining Buddha inside a cave, and lots of monkeys around the...More

2  Thank digitalroc
Reviewed 26 January 2017 via mobile

We went on the Natural Khao Lak discovery tour, I tried to leave my review on their page but for some reason I can't.. so I'll leave it here. First off, the tour guide was awesome, very knowledgable and friendly. The turtle sanctuary, the memorial,...More

3  Thank Kaylie C
Reviewed 12 January 2017 via mobile

Visited the Monkey temple on the way back from James Bond Island. Entrance fee of 20 Baht. Found it serene and felt a sense of divinity. You can walk up the stairs to explore the deeper section of the cave. This is normally a time...More

2  Thank Sewpersads
Reviewed 15 December 2016 via mobile

Wat Suwan kuha is a place you must visit..only 20 baht to enter..but you will not be dissapointed..from the statues of the different Buddha's to the large laying down Buddha.lots of photo opportunities in this Wat

2  Thank RodneyGilchrist
Reviewed 5 November 2016

Although people get caught up with the monkeys the temple cave is beautiful. The large reclining buddha must be 10metres long and as you walk up the steps there are beautiful rock formations and even bats. It's a cool spot on a hot day to...More

Thank Larry S
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Julia F
Hi! Can't find any opening hours? When is it open for tourist to visit? Best regards Julia
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