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The temple complex is on 9 levels ( over a few km, you’ll need your own wheels) each with something to see. Not all are impressive but some are spectacular making this temple one among those that can be visited without being too bored. On...More
Quite big and spread out temple complex, with steep road leading to the top (car accessible). No entry fee. View from top are truly majestic. Main temple building on top has some interesting exhibits to look at and pretty Chinese paintings. Worth visiting if you...More
Hi folks it’s Johno from the lifestyle strategist. I come up here regularly to take photos either at sunrise or sunset and I have accumulated many fantastic photos of the area valleys the mountains and of the temple itself. The temple is a magnificent building...More
We hiked up to this beautiful temple - there was a steep slope that leads to this temple but it is also easily accessible by car. A very modern temple filled with many artefacts. My favourite was the top level where the inside in beautifully...More
This is just spectacular. I've visited many temples around Asia, but this one is one of the best, due to the amazing views and collection of artifacts. We hiked up to it through a village tribe, which as a great and humbling experience. A must...More
Don't trust the reviews that say it is too long to walk up, it isn't, we are 55 & 62 and we fairly fit and managed it just fine. There is plenty to see on the way up to the Wat, which is quite beautiful....More
A very modern temple, but manyinteresting statues and objects and full of light. A wonderful place to build a temple, totally dominating the surrounding countryside. Unless you are very fit and resistant to heat, you'll need a car to get up here.
You get two temples for the price of one here. First at the foot of the hill where the friendly monks (and many child monks) gather, then the steep road through the forest up to the main temple. This modern temple is clearly influenced by...More