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The cave shows the simplicity by locating nearby the rocks. There is also fish pond and a group of monkeys who might try to get your belongings. Make sure you bring everything in guarded bag otherwise monkeys will snatch your snacks ! Also the terrain...More
Don't feed the monkeys and you will enjoy the place and the monkeys.
This could have been one of the best places in northern thailand, if the people didn't tease the monkeys.
Beautiful caves, birds, bats, spiders and a stunning nature as background.
WE visited this place of temples, caves and fish but it was the monkeys which we'll remember!
They caused carnage, so much so that there are stacks of sturdy sticks in various places for visitors to take one to protect themselves against the more aggressive...More
We traveled from Chiang Rai bus station 1. Cost 39/40 baht each to get there and it was around 1 hour 15, to get into the area was free. It was a good day out especially because it was extremely cheap to get too and...More
This temple is about 1 hour 15 minutes drive from Chiangrai, or about 15 minutes from Mae Sai. It is free to enter. What is there here? There is a lake with fish you can feed, monkeys everywhere (that you can feed), an old stupa,...More
Fish ponds with huge catfish and koi carps, many monkeys around which are not dangerous if you avoid to have food in your hands. Sad to see even guides throwing them processed food which is very unhealthy for those animals.
Great stairs to the cave,...More
It is hard to describe this place as it is such a huge clash of different impressions. But my family of four had an amazing time and we will never forget it
First the caves. As you enter the Wat the most notable feature is...More
I have taken my wife and 5 year old son to this place 3 times now over a 2 year period. The first time, no problem with monkeys, and on the second visit, sticks were supplied to ward off any aggressive monkeys. However, on our...More