The modern temple at the bottom might put some people off but the Cave Temple at the top is worth a visit. There is a road up the side to the right which saves a long walk up steps. From the road there are still a few steps or a pathway. The Temple is fronted onto a number of caves with a variety of statues of Buddha both standing and reclining. In front to the Temple is a long quadrangle with a lovely pond. There is a large tree sharing much of quad. The caves themselves are very old with some lovely wall paintings. We gave the museum a miss.
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