Unless you really want to pay for a boardwalk stroll, or have never seen a large rock formation, pass on this. It is quite an expensive entry fee for what it is. We feel our English-speaking guide should have guided us away from this one. Any other country we have visited with many more beautiful rock formations (Canada, France, Australia) does not charge people to come see them. Our guide said they have been putting the price up for this attraction every two years. Once inside the park, one can pay even more money to dress up in traditional costume for a photo, or go to a theatrical show.
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