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Located on the top of the hill with great views, to the gulf of Thailand, to Hua Hin beach. To many steps to go to the top but from there the view is amazing. Also if you travel with car they is available car parking...More
I was terrified by the monkeys crowded around. The view was good as you can see the Hua Hin cove but I cannot enjoyed as the monkeys will follow you closely to see whether you have food to offer. My sister was holding a yogurt...More
The real attraction here is not the temple, but the 500 monkeys made this mountain their home. You can buy some banana's or other foods to feed the monkeys (don't touch them, just throw it on the ground, they're wild monkeys after all. We were...More
Some may say it’s “just another temple” but I’d argue that it’s bit more exciting than that. There are multiple layers to the experience. Though there isn’t extravagant architecture, glistening spires, and bejeweled statues, there is a peaceful and enchanting view from the top. The...More
On arrival you are confronted by this huge staircase up to a Temple that looks out over Hua Hin in the distance. As I struggled up the stairs I counted them - 128 in total! Not for the elderly unless you are very fit.
A small temple atop the hill. There are bells around the prayer hall which you can ring with a coin and then wish at the end. It's peaceful up there, and the scenic view of Hua Hin beach area is breath taking.
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@Susiewoof take the green songthaew bus (small truck with two rows of seats in the back) from town center (market). Take it south past the Cicada market area (Hyatt Regency)... about a mile up the road is the hill/mountain... More
@Susiewoof take the green songthaew bus (small truck with two rows of seats in the back) from town center (market). Take it south past the Cicada market area (Hyatt Regency)... about a mile up the road is the hill/mountain where you find Wat Khao Takiap. That ride will cost you about a dollar.