Rang Hill is more than just a very steep hill - but it is steep!
I would actually advocate walking up it because there may be things which you would not see. Starting at the very bottom there is a wonderful Chinese Shrine called Sam Se Je Hud which is currently (June 2014) being made bigger.
As you begin to walk up the hill you will see a Buddhist Temple on the right, this does not receive a lot of media attention and it is not clear why. I have entered always with respect and I think that it is a place for teaching .
A little way up and then there is a Buddhist Cemetery - which has since been closed.
Then the journey begins - and it is steep - past Phuket View restaurant on your left and the first stop is on your left a a small gap in the trees (there are some steps) to a Fitness Park - the upkeep of this Fitness Park does not seem to be much but I feel exercising by walking up is enough!
After trying all the equipment out (quite old) then it is time for a drink and I would advocate going to the Tunka Cafe - it is open for lunch and dinner and have a fresh coconut or a cold Singha.
After this then there is a quick visit to the recently completed viewpoint - i did not see this at the time of writing - Jamie did.
Then there is another restaurant - Khao Rang Breeze restaurant as you begin to walk back and don't forget that there are monkeys on the hill and that there is usually someone there selling you food.
Note: there are some toilets here for 5 Baht.
This time the way down is the left hand road and this road winds slowly and take you to a wonderful Buddhist Temple called Wat Thepkajonjit.
Here there are two temples next to each other. One has an enormous meditating golden Buddha on it and usually monks praying in the room underneath.
Next to this is an enormous Wat with a number of scary looking spirits outside - this is the actual Wat Thepkajonjit.
Completing the walk down the hill will take you to the Yaowarat Rd...
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