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Tiger Cave Temple (Wat Tham Suea)

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Tiger Cave Temple (Wat Tham Suea)

3 807 Reviews
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The 4 Islands One Day Tour is a true Krabi classic. We will take you to some of Krabi's most iconic landmarks. Visit Koh Gai, aka the Chicken Island, noted for its peculiar-shaped mountain top. Snorkel in crystal clear turquoise waters of Koh Poda and don't forget to snap a photo with the background of its famous rock featured on travel postcards and tourist brochures. If you are taking the tour at low tide, you will get to walk the narrow strap of sands connecting the tiny islands of Koh Mor and Koh Tub. <br>• Discover four of Krabi’s paradise islands with ease.<br>• Admire the spectacular limestone cliffs by offering stunning stalactites and stalagmites.<br>• Enjoy snorkeling with an abundance of marine life in the coral reef.<br>• Taste a great lunch and enjoy the convenience of pick-up and drop-off direct from your hotel.
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Dao1949 wrote a review Apr 2021
Chiang Mai, Thailand1368 contributions186 helpful votes
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At first we thought we could just drive to the top of this 550 meter elevation mountain, but then we discovered that we had to WALK to the top. We took 2 new friends with us and began the ascent of 1,260 cement steps. The tall mountain stairways seemed endless and we took many rests before reaching the top. The steps were also very dangerous at some points with very high risers and small areas for your feet. There were also some monkeys at one point and one of them took my water bottle! It took us nearly 2 hours to get to the top. Once we arrived at the top, the views were spectacular! The temple itself was not so great and there were many antennae that took away much of the beauty.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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swanstonanthony wrote a review Jan 2021
Phuket, Thailand173 contributions61 helpful votes
With the dearth of tourists this is one attraction worth going to now as the narrow stairway is quiet - lots of room to pass. To get to the top you have to climb 1,260 steps all of them quite steep. Going down can be dangerous so be careful. I used to be a very keen hill walker and my experience helped. I am now pushing 70 and not fit. Once you start feeling tired stop and rest; do not push yourself. If you feel dizzy sit down. There is room at the top of each flight to rest on the return. Going back down reduce the impact on your knees by using the handrail. On the bigger steps I used two hands coming down sideways. 40 minutes up, 25 down, not a record but I enjoyed the visit. And lots to see at ground level apart from the tiger cave itself.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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bohomiracles wrote a review Jan 2021
Bangkok, Thailand64 contributions60 helpful votes
It is one of a kind place. The hiking up the stairs is very challenging but the view at the top is worth it. Down inside the temple do not forget to walk behind the hill shown as 'Wonderland'.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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seethsu wrote a review Oct 2020
10 contributions20 helpful votes
1260 steps to the top. Not the most friendly stairs to climb. What a view at the top. The climb up is tough, the climb down can be tricky, be careful.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Rob C wrote a review Aug 2020
Hua Hin, Thailand84 contributions69 helpful votes
This place was beautiful with amazing panoramic views of Krabi and free (except for a donation which I encourage you to consider). I can't stress enough that you must take a large bottle of water and be careful of the monkeys. An umbrella or stick may be advisable but not essential. Water is paramount with 1200+ steep steps. Not suitable for people with vertigo or who can't exert themselves physically for an hours up hill (slowly) climb. Plenty of toilets and rubbish bins. Please be careful when wet. Persevere as the view at the top is breathtaking. One of the most beautiful views in Thailand.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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