If you like stone carvings then go see it. If you don't then don't waste your time. We paid the fee and then met a local wood carver who offered to tell us the history of the carvings. I found it to be very interesting and a nice way to end the day. We did the waterfall, the elephant cave, lunch, and then this. On the walk back the local showed us his wood carvings and we bought one but he never asked us for a tip or donation. I'm guessing he got what he wanted from us:)
It probably wouldn't have been as interesting if we didn't get the history of it.
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