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Coming from Australia i have seen a lot of amazing caves however the temple in this cave is said to be older than Angkor Wat. We then did a climb through an underground passage with our phones for light. Some of it was a bit...More
The cave temple is difficult to get to and when arriving near the entrance, there is a hard sell from the local kids to act as guides. The cave itself is pretty cool though, one of the oldest temples still intact in Cambodia is inside,...More
The small shrine is interesting but is in a pretty poor state and the surrounding landscape is much more interesting and is thoroughly beautiful. The farms, hills, and jungle are gorgeous and eclipse the shrine.
My wife and I stopped here and thought we would have a nice little hike and see a temple inside a cave. We did and the hike wasn’t bad at all. We were both wearing Crocs because of the intense heat and humidity. The tuk-tuk...More
My experience at this temple was pretty amazing to be fair. The walk wasn't hard for anyone who might struggle with that. Myself and a friend climbed to the top of the mountain with the aid of a local guide of course and down through...More
Lovely drive through farming communities to get to this cave! We were on a scooter and found the road challenging. It had just rained a lot, so your experience might be different. I would still recommend a moto over a tuk. We paid 2000 riel...More
We were escorted around the cave by a teenaged boy. He was knowledgable about the cave temple and spoke excellent English which was great. Our route out of the cave was either the we came in via steps (chosen by most people)or the way we...More