Someone really should clean this place up. It's a real dump in places but it's worth it for some exercise, good views and the monkeys (which aren't any hassle as long as you don't carry food).
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We went around evening time so the temple is closed but we still climb up the steep staircase to the top. There are many monkeys everywhere. Lucky they are not the aggressive type. Think it's better not to feed the monkeys as they will become...More
A place to visit at least once. But I wouldn't say it's anything special. Could be fun for kids to see the monkeys and feed them. Maybe take a photo of the beachfront of Hua hin, but that's pretty much it. I remember this place...More
This was a neat attraction. The steps to the temple are very steep and there are monkeys everywhere. The best part was feeding the moneys! It’s pretty inexpensive and there are so many! There are a few shops around that have really neat stuff as...More
Very disappointing - plenty of monkeys but the area was lacking in facilities. Looks like it might have been a thriving spot a few years ago but all very run down and almost derelict looking in places. However, it did give us the chance to...More
Worth a visit to see the temples there,and the colony of rhesus monkeys Access leading there from the beach is a bit run down, In town there are green bhat buses that ply the main road, jump on and off for 10 bhats,take it to...More
We went for a short visit in the afternoon. Monkeys were plenty but they were quite relaxed, which fitted perfectly with our small kids. We did not try to pet the monkeys. If you buy snacks STAY at the shop. The shopkeeper will protect you...More