thailand, krabi, tiger cave temple

Krabi: Wat Tham Suea…

…Or Tiger Cave Temple.

And what you are not going to read about here, is the real Tiger Cave Temple, which is on top of the mountain.

I was on my way home from Ko Yao Noi and had already detoured through Krabi town, had some retail therapy at the Big C Supercenter plus a quick lunch, so I had been travelling for about four hours, with a couple still to go.

But, when I realized I’d be passing the temple, on a road I’d chosen in order to miss the dreaded Highway 44, I had to stop and take a look.

You see, the real temple is some 1237 almost vertical steps up the mountain. Even the fittest take an hour – more or less – dodging the monkeys on the way, so I really didn’t need that.

One day. After I’ve located and bought some monkey repellent.

They say the 360° views are spectacular. They say that what you can see from ground level is “underwhelming.” Hmm, I wouldn’t say that. What do you think?…

thailand, krabi, tiger cave temple

thailand, krabi, tiger cave temple

thailand, krabi, tiger cave temple

thailand, krabi, tiger cave temple

thailand, krabi, tiger cave temple

thailand, krabi, tiger cave temple

thailand, krabi, tiger cave temple

Okay, it’s clear that much of it is still under construction, but I was suitably whelmed and happy that I’d stopped for a look.

This seemed a little out of place though. BuddhAir ?…

thailand, krabi, tiger cave temple

wwiSo, even if you don’t fancy the steps, I’d still say it’s worth a look.

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