Once you enter, the ordination hall will face you with probably some monkeys on the roof and behind you will see a steep mountain with a small white chedi. On the right, you will see a king of a hell garden and a little further an old chedi. The pond with the fishes is on the left of the ordination hall and behind it starts the long Naga staircase that leads to a sort of canyon at the end of which you will find the entrance to the cave. The climb, a bit steep, is not that long. Just up the stairs on the left there is an access to a platform offering a dominant view over the surroundings. At the entrance of the cave, you can rent a flashlight. Inside, you will see some Buddhas images. I can not tell you more about the inside of the cave, arrived at 5:30 pm, it was dark already and there was no one to rent a lamp anymore.
Fish Cave Temple (Wat Tham Pla) is a temple and when you visit a temple in Thailand there are some rules to know and follow :