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Tiger cave temple

10 April 2012 7 Comments

Picture of the moment: Tiger cave temple.
Note:- Picture of the moment is a weekly series exhibiting pictures, through which I show you a bit of my journeys and my world.
You might find it a strenuous job to climb 1237 steps to reach the top of Tiger Cave Temple (local name is Wat Tham Seua) but it is worth for the sense of accomplishment and the amazing panoramic 360 degree views of the amazing Andaman Sea, tropical islands and dramatic limestone cliff formations.

Tiger cave temple @lemonicks.com

In cloud nine.

Set in a tropical forest 10 kms outside Krabi Town, the height is around 600 meters. The steps are as high as 18 inches each, and can give you a real challenge… not for faint hearted people.

And please also don’t aggravate the monkeys on your way up. :P

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7 Comments »

  • arvi said:

    truly up in the clouds.

  • PN Subramanian said:

    1237 steps is OK but when you say they are each of 18″, I need to withdraw even if the Heavens are closer.:-)

  • Samaresh Biswal said:

    1237 steps . hats off to ur stamina . pic of 360 degree view plz .

  • Dheeraj Sharma said:

    Nice share Nisha

  • Doc Wends said:

    this is one great post and if my feet brings me here too, Id not be on second thought getting to cloud nine for this vantage scenery.

  • Shyamal said:

    photo looks very refreshing. one from the heaven.

  • Nisha (author) said:

    The temple really looks very tall & up there. :D
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