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excellent temple at the top of a hill. great views of the countryside. there is a cable car for those that dont want to brave the stairs. it gets busy so try and be there right at opening and avoid some of the crowds. you...More
Wat Tham Sua or Tiger Cave Temple is Thai style temple locate on small hill, 12 kilometer from Kanchanaburi city. The huge outdoor buddha statue-Chin Pratanporn-18 m. high and 10 m. wide cover with gold mosaic. The very beautiful, octagon shape-Ketkaew Chadi-75 m. high, 9...More
Visit in the afternoon with the bright and sunny day. Weather is si nit but that make the photo look nice. Don't just visit at the Temple, drive around the paddy field so that you get a better view on the magnificent temple. Overall it...More
Awesome view. But better not to be there in sunny weather. Better when its cloudy with cool breeze at the top. Be prepared for the rain. Own transport is the best option. Lots of wats on the way to this place. Dont get distracted in...More
I really loved this pagoda complex. Went on a Sunday morning and there were already a lot of people there as it is an important place for the Thai people. The buildings are beautiful and there are two that you can climb to get an...More
Renting an motorbike will be cheapest option. Songtaew is alright. Not sure of the price for Songtaew n boat. Wat is around 200 meters off the shore. River is big n dont think its possible to stop near the wat shores. If... More
Renting an motorbike will be cheapest option. Songtaew is alright. Not sure of the price for Songtaew n boat. Wat is around 200 meters off the shore. River is big n dont think its possible to stop near the wat shores. If going by boat you will end up taking an tuk tuk from the drop off point to the wat. Most common option is bike or guided tour package with the minibus. ~45mts from the city to Wat by bike under hot sun round the year.