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I will start by saying if you dont like or are scared of monkeys you may want to give this temple a miss. We rode our push bikes here from bangsaen beach so there is no way you can avoid monkeys while your on a...More
“Monkey Hill” as it is popularly called is a big tourist attraction in Chonburi.
It is home to thousands as Rhesus Monkeys and the top of the hill also has lookouts that offer spectacular panoramic views of Bang Saen Beach.
Many roadside vendors offer bunches...More
On our drive back to Bangkok from Pattaya, we decided to stop at Khao Sam Muk (Monkey Mountain). There is one lane up and down from Kha Sam Muk with limited parking at top. If you feed the monkey in your car they will be...More
If you like monkeys, this is the place. they will crawl all over your car and take any loose items you carry. The hill itself has some nice places and temples to visit. If you are ok with monkeys it is worth stopping here, if...More
I've given it an average rating because if you want to see monkey's roaming free this is the place to be but watch out for them sat all over the road as you go up the hill
But be warned, the ground is covered in...More
Near Ang Sila. The only reason to go here is to see the sheer quantity of over-fed monkeys. They scramble over your car and are everywhere. You can buy bananas and other food at the entrance. Supposedly one way but often ignored. Takes about 15...More
This area is very busy on the weekends with a lot of traffic. The monkeys are everywhere and jump from one car to another, looking for food. The view from the top is okay, but there are banana peels, squashed bananas, fresh uneaten bananas, feces,...More
We spent 2-3 hours playing, observing, and feeding the monkeys at Khao Sam Muk Mountain in Chonburi. I'm always amazed when I visit areas in Thailand where monkeys roam freely and you can observe them closely. However, this place takes this activity a few notches...More