When I came back from Monkey Mountain, I still felt a little palpitated. I had been thinking about a question. If I had a fight with the monkey, who could have beaten who? Soon after I entered the gate, the monkey snatched the hat from behind. In fact, the theme was unprepared. I didn't realize that the monkey was so fierce. Later, he took a banana from his bag and threw it on the ground.
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.
There are many wild monkeys here. They are not afraid of people. You can get close to him. Feed it. It's interesting. Super feeling
We visited Monkey Hill in Phuket Town. Near the parking lot on the hill, we saw about twenty monkeys. Monkeys are curious and not afraid of people. If you have food in your hand, they will take away your food or drink. There are some good scenery on the top of the hill, and groups of stray dogs live here.
The scenery is good, the mountains are too high, the time is wasted too much, I am not happy to climb, half way back, there are more overseas Chinese and local people in the mountains, tourists, foreigners, almost no Chinese tourists, here good health, clean environment. There are also many monkeys.
Thai drivers suggest buying bagged nuts and bananas to feed them, but at first it looks like monkeys are friendly and gentle, and eventually it will snatch the bags in the hands of tourists, including hats and glasses that monkeys think are funny, and valuables are suggested to be kept in hotels or cars.