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“cave temple” (8 reviews)
“day trip” (7 reviews)
Krasom Subdistrict, Thailand
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

It was really interesting to visit this Cave Temple. Before the Cave you will meet a lot of monkeys, they are nice and not so cruel as other monkeys temple that we visited. The cave is quiet deep and really interesting xoxo andysuryandi

2  Thank Andy S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Ignore the (fat) monkeys and tourist vendors and head straight for the cave / temple / Budda statue. Cave atmosphere is pretty good (actually much better than expected) and well worth a stroll. Gets pretty busy post 10am.

Thank Stewart W
Reviewed 26 June 2017

We called in here briefly on our way to Surin Beach and have to say worth the visit. You don't need to be here long as its not a place you need to spend hours at. The carpark is right near the entrance and only...More

Thank 68_poss
Reviewed 11 June 2017

That was an interesting visit. The temple itself is located inside a cave, and surrounded by a forest with a quite large monkey community. It is well kept and easy to visit. It is a half an hour tour, including the monkey's feeding.

Thank acukiert
Reviewed 4 June 2017

It was our last stop after a long full day tour, it's the first time we see tens of monkeys from all sizes, they were everywhere. Once you buy banana or peanuts from a near stall, you will witness a big group of starving monkeys...More

Thank msjayousi
Reviewed 23 May 2017

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 26 April 2017 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

2  Thank mrs_ramsey1988
Reviewed 9 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 6 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

3  Thank mynewlifeistravel
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