We visited this cave temple after reading good reviews. After the other caves this was a little bit of a letdown, but, the other caves were pretty speccy!
This is a temple built in the entrance to a cave. There's some large statues in there that are pretty cool. There's a short but incredibly steep steps partially through the cave but mostly on the outside of the cave with nice views of Ipoh. There's little lookouts to stop and take photos.
Wear sturdy footwear and avoid if it's raining considering most of the stairs are outside the cave.
Be prepared for a challenging and steep climb up if you've got big western sized feet. I think the steps were designed for children or people with really small feet!
It's a donation type system with a few donation boxes throughout the temple.
Unfortunately the people there were quite standoffish and weren't interested in us being there so we made our own way around. I'd have been happy to pay extra for a tour to do a short 10 minute spiel on how old everything was, why they chose to build the temple there etc.
Please pat the sad looking dogs out the front on your way out. They look well fed but lacking in any attention and affection. They're incredibly gentle and friendly.
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