Wat Tham Sua or Tiger Cave Temple is just 5 km from Krabi town centre. As it’s one of Thailand’s amazing natural wonders, it’s certainly one of the top Krabi tourist places. What’s interesting about this temple is the limestone caves as well as footprint of the Buddha. It’s worth the visit if you climb up the 1237 steps to reach the main tiger cave. The views from the top are simply stupendous. If you do venture all the way up, then you’ll be rewarded with a panoramic view of the Andaman sea as well as the lush green rainforests. Sunrise and sunset at this spot can be spectacular. However, do bear in mind that this is a temple, so wear appropriate clothing and nothing disrespectful like shorts or beachwear because you feel it’s hot and humid. Although this is one of the most interesting places to visit in Krabi, it would be a good idea to carry a bottle of water with you and snacks as well as the climb can be rather strenuous.