This cave is only about 10 minutes drive from the train station.
I was lucky in that I was literally the only person in the cave (a busload of 7yr olds had just left which would have been an echoing nightmare)
Not the most amazing stalactited (?!?!) cave I've ever seen but the addition of dozens of buddha statues as well as a couple of large ones gave it quite a mystical feel. The caves are probably some 30 metres tall at their highest and go into the mountain for around 100 metres. There are a couple of large holes in the 'roof' and I'm sure if you went at the right time of day, you could get some amazing photos with the shards of sunlight coming through.
I had no problem with the monkeys as I had no food with me. They seemed completely disinterested in my water and camera and they aren't pickpockets either.
Unless you want to loiter for a quick pray, you'd need 45mins tops (from climbing the steps, looking around, and getting down again)
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