Certainly a well deserved UNSECO World Heritage Site and worth every penny for the admission considering what you see and how long you could stay here. The grottoes and the views from outside are spectacular. The site has been revamped into a scenic area not too long ago so we also get to enjoyed a large temple complex surrounding by water as part of the passage to the grottoes. The only setback we observed at the grottoes was the rather poor quality in restoration works done on the Buddha statues. When we visited in March, part of the grottoes were under full restoration so you might want to enquire ahead.
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