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Tiger Cave Temple (Wat Tham Suea)

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Tiger Cave Temple (Wat Tham Suea)

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seethsu wrote a review Oct 2020
9 contributions10 helpful votes
1260 steps to the top. Not the most friendly stairs to climb. What a view at the top. The climb up is tough, the climb down can be tricky, be careful.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Rob C wrote a review Aug 2020
Hua Hin, Thailand79 contributions26 helpful votes
This place was beautiful with amazing panoramic views of Krabi and free (except for a donation which I encourage you to consider). I can't stress enough that you must take a large bottle of water and be careful of the monkeys. An umbrella or stick may be advisable but not essential. Water is paramount with 1200+ steep steps. Not suitable for people with vertigo or who can't exert themselves physically for an hours up hill (slowly) climb. Plenty of toilets and rubbish bins. Please be careful when wet. Persevere as the view at the top is breathtaking. One of the most beautiful views in Thailand.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Peekaboo wrote a review Apr 2020
480 contributions107 helpful votes
Went here am for sunrise and it was brilliant (small bit misty). The climb is not for the faint hearted with with 1257 steep steps varying in height. The view from the top was well worth it though but would do it a bit later when the sky is clearer. Some stray dogs around too so be careful. Highly Recommend.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Stig-asaurus wrote a review Apr 2020
180 contributions15 helpful votes
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There were 1,000 (1,082 if my memory serves me correct) steps, taking you from the bottom to the top. Breathtaking view, like seriously! Depending on the weather, you could see Krabi town from atop.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Marnix B wrote a review Mar 2020
Ghent, Belgium9 contributions11 helpful votes
We visited Tiger Cave Temple around mid March. We arrived around 9h30 as we understood the climb of the 1260 stairs is even harder when temperatures are getting higher later in the day. We have reasonable physical condition and the climb took us about 45 mins, with frequent pausing to take pictures, enjoy the views and ... drink water !!! No need to say that you need take water with you (I advice at least 1 liter per person). When reaching the top, the view and the temple complex is really impressive. Note that at the top there is only the temple, no other amenities. Descending can be done faster, it took us about 20 - 25 mins, taking some stops for the views and the pictures. As mentioned in other reviews, be alerted for the monkeys: they are at the bottom and at the top. When we visited, they were resting and didn't come close at all, but we understood from some other visitors that they even jumped on their backpacks. Be careful when taking out anything of your backpacks and keep gsm tight in your hands ! But, absolute marvelous place to visit.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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