I walked up this mountain and saw nothing for the first half of the journey. Then we came to Monkey Mountain, and there were monkeys everywhere. There are a lot of signs saying don't feed the monkeys, but obviously, many tourists and even tour guides are feeding the monkeys. When I walked up, I found a monkey clutching a tourist's pants, probably because she or the tour guide had fed the monkey some food. The monkey did not approach my sister and me. You can see a good view from the top of the mountain, and you can even see a station farther away, but other than that, there is nothing else. The monkey is very friendly. If you feed them, they will climb up your body and take bananas or nuts from your hands. There are a lot of monkeys here, so it is very worth visiting. When you bring food for the first time, the monkeys may behave a bit scary. But I shouldn't bring children here.
Monkeys are very common animals on tropical islands. They are so eye-catching. If you see you carrying something to eat, they will come and steal it. They are veritable "thief". Therefore, if you see a monkey, try not to mess with it. Take pictures, don’t get in too close, for fear of being attacked. These monkeys are also very clever. When they see them, they will open Coke to drink, unpack the food and eat them.
There are many monkeys. I am afraid of these animals, so unlike foreigners, they will have close contact with monkeys. It is still a place worth playing. After all, animals are animals, so everyone should pay attention to safety.
To see the monkeys, it’s best to put away your own bag, and don’t let them see what you eat and drink. It’s interesting to see, but if you get close to it, it’s still a little scary. I don’t like it very much.
I know that some people have an innate dislike of monkeys, but I absolutely loved this place! It is overrun with monkeys who will gladly (and sometimes aggressively) eat bananas and nuts right out of your hand. The entertainment value of watching these little creatures run around and play is fabulous and it's free! You seriously won't be able to stop smiling.
Amazing sunset view, monkeys and exercise!Our taxi driver recommended we take the hike up to the top of monkey hill to see the sunset and we didn''t regret it! Although it''s a very steep walk (be prepared to sweat a lot!) we got to see the fiesty local monkey''s (be careful because the big ones will snatch your water bottles and snacks). we noticed a lot of locals do this walk for exercise so if you want something that''s not a complete tourist trap this could be a fun choice.