This attraction is fairly dull really. Once you struggle down to the floor of the "cave" you are confronted with lots of concrete. The "cave" is really an ancient subterranean river that has changed its course. There are lots of Buddhas in there and a statue of a 'hermit". Its unusual that this place is run by Buddhist Nuns. Not seen very often. Their attitude to men is not very good. Then you climb back up top. There are lots of monkeys about but you are warned not to make eye contact with them. The toilet "facilities" in the carpark are disgustingly filthy. Don't use them.
You need to be fairly fit to do this place!
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