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Located in the heart of town, we climbed Mount Phousi from the "back" entrance opposite the river instead of the entrance opposite the Royal Palace. This "back" entrance is less crowded when going up. There are several viewpoints mini wats and buddhas before arriving at...More
The hike up the stairs can take your breath away if you’re a senior but like me I stopped and rested several times. Very hazy at top but still nice views considering you’re not actually that high. Coming down is easier 😀
It's a steep climb up the steps, passing various Buddhist shrines and statues along the way. Now in the hot season it is best avoided in the heat of the day. Go in the morning or late afternoon. The view from the top is not...More
It’s a nice thing to do and to be able to say you’ve done. We went up in time to see the sunset. The sunset was beautiful and the views were lovely. However, there were so many people it was almost claustrophobic and the views...More
Few hundred steps and some Kip and that's the mornings activity sorted. The view is nice but a little hazy when we summited .! Nothing special in my mind. Best done at 1pm if you are looking to sweat out last night's Lao Lao.
The most difficult part of the climb was the initial flight of steps. After this phrase, you have to purchase your ticket for the next phrase if climb which is a lot easier than the first phrase.
Time your climb to catch the sunset. At...More