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This temple complex not only serves as a religious site for the monks who live and worship there, but also features a maze of natural caves in an overgrown jungle valley where stone tools, pottery remains and the mold for making Buddha footprints...more
All reviews worth the climb steep steps take your time tough climb coming down monks live worth the effort walk up views are amazing the main attraction emerald pool hot springs flip flops tuk tuk monkeys sweat donation
This is a MUST see!
By accident, we ended up arriving at the temple in the late afternoon. This served us well because the climb is long and arduous. I feel for anyone who did the climb at midday when the sun is at its...More
We arrived at 3:30 and left at 5:30 - took me about 1 hour to go up as I’m not that fit and I like taking breathers! It felt like a spin class. People were still going up as we left. Stairs are well made...More
You have to climb the 1237 steps up to the gigantic Buddha on the top of the mountain. The stairs are very steep and uneven. Take plenty of water. There is water at the top with a sign that says "filtered water". You will have...More
This place is beautiful from the top, although you have to climb 1260 steps. It's totally worth the pain. There is a tap on top of mountain so you can easily refill your bottle. It took 2 hrs total to go to top and to...More
Tiger Cave Temple is one of the most challenging climb ever. Is more than 1200 steep steps, he climb left me with sore legs for a few days but is worth it as the view from the top is absolutely stunning.
We visited the Tiger Cave Temple. It is a 1267 stair climb. The steps are relatively well maintained, and the grounds are kept clean. The view from the top is spectacular and because of the strenuous climb it is not overrun with people. The climb...More
The temple was worth the visit. Please remember to wear a proper footwear and have sufficient water supply. Its about 1-1.30 hike up to reach the temple. It was really tiring however once you reach up the view is spectacular.