Tiger temple cave is well worth a visit. you can walk around beautiful temples, observe the temple monkeys playing or visit the temple shrine in the caves at the bottom of the mountain. the high light though is ascending the 1200 or so steps to the top of the mountain (not for the feint hearted) to see the gaint buddha statue, buddha’s footprint and best of all witness the spectacular panoramic views of thebregion from the top.
It's a fine day to leave the Tiger Cave Temple. The monastery is free of charge, with a Buddhist pagoda at the foot of the hill. There are Guan Shiyin Bodhisattva in it and the King of Tibet Bodhisattva in the side of the temple. It is rare to spread Buddhism in southern Thailand. The monastery is very routine, and it is still under construction. Many monkeys who flee up and down can basically feed freely. Tiger Cave Mountain 1237 steps, climbed 100 steps will have some asthma, heart beat faster, so choose to climb a rest period, really tired. Suggestions must wear a pair of running shoes, not slippers, many foreigners a pair of slippers, in fact, inconvenient and more laborious. Climbing to more than 800 is really a challenge. The scenery is better after climbing, but the steeper the climbing, hands and feet. At last, he climbed to the top and worshipped the Golden Buddha. There was also an unexpected, funny and thrilling scene. The monkey took the mobile phone from the mountain and, alas, plucked up the courage to take it back from the monkey. Amitabha Buddha, fortunately, is a relatively elegant monkey. The mountain also overlooks the beach, and the mountain scenery is very beautiful. It's very steep down the hill. We should grasp the handrails and pay attention to safety. The whole journey sweats like rain. Bring bottles to the mountains. Don't throw empty bottles in the middle. The top of the mountain can be filled with water to drink.
Jiami's Tiger Cave Temple is the largest and most famous temple here. The area of the temple is very large. There are colorful temples, sculptures, tall and ancient Buddhist pagodas, and solemn and solemn Buddha statues. Of course, the tiger is the main character here. The vivid sculpture is as real as it is, very lifelike. There are many visitors to the temple. It is a must-come scenic spot here. You can't miss it.
Tiger Cave Temple, the biggest attraction besides Buddha statues, there are monkeys. Before entering, if you wear a short skirt, go to the right-hand side of the entrance and rent an apron, blue, 20 baht. Come to Tiger Cave Temple is climbing stairs, more than 1200 stairs, climbing to the top is very tiring, ready to eat and water bar. We climbed half the way down the hill. Many monkeys on the way down the hill... They are not afraid of people, you have to protect your food and food, they look at the right time but will grab haha, or very lovely.
The Tiger Cave Temple is about eight kilometers away from the town of Jiami. It is a Buddhist holy place where you can see the beautiful scenery around it. From the top, you can see the beautiful scenery and sea view in the distance. The environment here is beautiful and the air is fresh.
The steps of the Tiger Cave Temple are very exotic, high and low, very steep. There are more than 1400 steps to the top of the mountain, but the scenery is quite ordinary. Along the way, we will meet some monkeys. We can also see the battle between monkeys and dogs.