We took a taxi because we had read that it is a long walk from the Metro.
You must first resist the temptation to stop at every souvenir stand and all those food stalls selling grilled cuttlefish, fried foods, sweets, fruity drinks and other snacks. Save all that for after your trek down to the temple.
The next section that you pass has large human-like statues of the Asian Zodiac animals. Then you will walk uneven, sometimes steep steps downwards toward the sea and the temple.
There are a few locations where you can take some great photos.
Workers were setting up scaffolding when we visited in mid May. Many tours arrived at the same time we did. The temples are nice. If you want to do more walking, you can climb up even higher but the views are not much better. For us, the highlight was finding miniature sets of clay figurines of monks in the little nooks along the cliff.
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