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Krasom Subdistrict, Thailand
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

A cave with a giant reclining Buddha, plus various other statues. Very scenic setting, the dark cave with the shiny giant Buddha. At the back is also a really funny (and basic) prophecy machine: donate a coin and it will tell you a number. Next...More

Thank Beatrice H
Reviewed 14 September 2018

This was a part of our James Bond island trip. The temple is a nice visiting, a beautiful temple and the cave is also very interesting to see. However, not sure about the monkeys outside the temple. They were a bit aggressive and only looked...More

Thank Peach K
Reviewed 13 September 2018

We bought the cheap bananas and fed the monkeys. We walked around the beautiful wat. We investigated the awesome caves with the buddhas. We really enjoyed it. Yes feeding the monkeys can get pretty full on as of course they like being fed and I...More

Thank windymike
Reviewed 9 September 2018 via mobile

Monkeys were fun to watch playing with their young. Our little one was very curious about their behaviour! Lots of sellers trying to get you to buy bananas and corn for them but everyone does so they get full and picky and just eat the...More

1  Thank George D
Reviewed 11 August 2018

There is something really charming about those macaque monkeys at Wat Suwan Kuha. You can buy some fruit and corn for them for 50 bahts (there are lots of stands) and feed them in a designated area. Little ones are really playful, older ones are...More

Thank travelbehappy8
Reviewed 30 May 2018 via mobile

A lovely cave with a several statues of the Buddha inside . A large reclining Buddha too. This place is full of monkeys outside but none enter the cave region. They don’t snatch any food and actually wait for u to extend your hand and...More

Thank sayitas
Reviewed 5 May 2018

Wat Suwannakhuna is often called the Monkey Temple or the Golden Cave and it is about 10 minutes before Phang Nga. The monkeys are a bit savage here due to the busloads of naive tourists who are feeding them. Once inside the cave for some...More

Thank Cathy P
Reviewed 14 April 2018 via mobile

Such a beautiful place! Gorgeous cave with some really amazing photography opportunities. Side note; the monkeys can be very aggressive and will absolutely bite you. I was bitten after a kid threw peanuts everywhere. They absolutely swarmed. 40 minutes is plenty of time to see...More

Thank MegRShuttleworth
Reviewed 10 April 2018

This was our stop on James Bond island tour. Ugly, agressive monkeys, annoying sellers, Buddha cave is for 5 minutes. Really nothing special to see.

1  Thank Lucia A
Reviewed 26 March 2018

It is very nice place to be but during afternoon it could be crowded. There are some monkeys inside the cave but you are advised to not to touch monkeys as they tend to bite. On the other hand, you could fee bananas which are...More

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Trev M
8 July 2017|
Response from MaaaMT | Reviewed this property |
There is no restaurant nearby, but you can buy some street food from locals nearby the temple entrance
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