The caves were nice! At the bottom theres a sign for volunteers to bring up the bucket of sand and a brick to the temple up the 200 steps, and we did it, even my 6 year old. I carried my 3 year on my back while holding a brick in each hand in 87 degree weather. YOU CAN DO IT! It was a good workout and theres monkeys all along the steps and temple who are not afraid to grab your food right out your hand so zip up your purses. Theres an extra tour for 30ringgit into the dark cave that we didnt have time for, but our guide told us its mostly historic information and donation stuff about an hour long and you would wear a headlamp. I wasnt interested esp. with young kids. The elephant sanctuary was very cool! The kids really enjoyed feeding them. We wanted to bathe the baby elephant but due to high water level because of the rain they couldnt safely give the elephant a bath. I was pretty sad about that. I think our tour guide took notice and he took us on a bonus tour to deerlands, and paid for our entry and snacks to feed the deer. It was very sweet of him. He was very nice and considerate! The kids enjoyed the deerlands very much and got to hold a bearded dragon and a huge snake python?