Tiger Cave Temple

Tiger Cave Temple

Drone cruising around the Tiger Cave Temple, Krabi, Thailand/Wat Tham Sua Noi Krabi, Krabi Province,Thailand/Tiger Cave Temple (Wat Tham Sua) is a temple complex not only serving as a religious site for the monks who live and worship there, but also features a maze of natural caves in an overgrown jungle valley where stone tools, pottery remains and the mold for making Buddha footprints have been excavated.If you only visit one temple in the region, then this should be it, and preferably just before sunrise. First, you'll need to climb the 1 236 steps to reach the Buddha crowning a steep hill, where your efforts will be rewarded with a spectacular view, encompassing a magnificent landscape of forest, which acts as a backdrop to Wat Tham Sua. This troglodyte complex consists of a multitude of small temples and meditation cells, all of which are located in caves dug out of the side of the rocks. The Tiger Cave Temple is 1,178 steps up the side of a mountain. The relative humidity is around 90%, the heat 85, and there are bands of aggressive monkeys that try to steal your food and water on the way, but the trip was easily worth it.[/su_spoiler]
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