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.
Also known as "Tiger Cave Temple". A Buddhist temple complex and meditation centre. There are a maze of natural caves in a jungle in which the monks live and worship. These are very interest to wander about. But the highlight is the tall limestone temple. Climb up 1200 or so very steep steps to see the "footprint of Buddha". I warn this climb is not for the feint of heart. The view from the top is stunning and peaceful.
Wat Tham Sues or Tiger Cave Temple is located in a valley and surrounded by forested mountains and caves that used to be a natural habitat of tigers. Later, a meditation centre was houses some items of interesting including a Buddha image carved out of white jade into the Burmese style from Mandalay and Kuan Yin. There are several other caves within the area.
Must go place