The temple at the end your 30-45 minute walk is small but pretty. The highlight is the journey to and from there. The little village, the people working in the rice paddies, the chillies and other plants growing on the borders, the boys racing their pigeons, the butterflies and buffalo made the afternoon memorable for all of us. It's not an arduous trek, but a pleasant stroll along a path. The temple itself is tiny, with heads missing off carvings etc., but it is set in a pretty little garden with a lovely view.
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