The Tiger Cave Temple is a major meditation centre for monks in Krabi, but tourists are always welcome to explore the grounds at any time. The Tiger Cave Temple is always open and free to enter. The high peak overlooking the Krabi landscape makes it an amazing place to witness a sunrise or a sunset.
How to get to Tiger Cave Temple. You have 3 options to get to the Tiger Cave Temple in Krabi. You can hire a moped, which we would recommend if you do, you should have previous experience, an International Drivers Licence and appropriate TRAVEL INSURANCE. You can take a local taxi which will cost you around 200 Thai Baht each way from Krabi Town and around 350 Thai Bhat from Ao Nang.
Attractions near Tiger Cave Temple (Wat Tham Suea): (0.62 km) Andaman Taxis (3.55 km) Krabi Ezy Trails (5.22 km) Thai Charm Cooking School (5.96 km) Thai'd Up Adventures (8.19 km) Phi Phi Local Tour; View all attractions near Tiger Cave Temple (Wat Tham Suea) on Tripadvisor.
The only one we didn’t use the car for was the Tiger Cave Temple, which we used a public bus followed by a rickshaw to get to. It wasn’t too bad but considering how cheap a cab was and how sweaty we were afterwards, we decided to take a cab back. Much easier. We were in Krabi for 5 days in total and used another day to do Railay beach and the various islands in that area. There’s so much.
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Excited to explore but don't fancy doing it alone? At Pak Up, we run fun, exciting activities on a daily basis that are designed to get you socialising, exploring and making unforgettable memories! Take on the 'Hike Challenge' at the Tiger cave temple with a special prize for the first one to reach the top!Tiger cave temple is Krabi's No1 tourist a.
Tiger Cave Temple is located just 10 minutes from Krabi Town or 30 minutes from Ao Nang town. Many backpackers opt to get there by motorbike, but you can also hop in a shared tuk-tuk or private taxi. A shared tuk-tuk from Krabi Town should cost roughly 100 baht return per person, whereas a private taxi will cost 300 baht return per person. Our experience climbing the 1237 steps to Tiger Cave.