Climb every mountain.
If you are travelling in the region round PKK, you may well find yourself at Ao Khan Kradai, a sweeping bay. Despite having absolutely exhausted myself the previous day ascending Khao Chong Krachok, I decided to visit Wat Khao Tham Khan Kradai, which is a cave temple containing Buddha images. The only problem is that it is at the top of a very steep cliff. Cue another exhausting and somewhat vertiginous climb in the heat, althought the views were outstanding.
In the cave itself, I was expecting a few small Buddha images, but not a bit of it. There were two absolutely huge reclining Buddha images, probably each 30 feet long, and 27 almost life size sitting Buddhas in ranks like soldiers. It was very impressive. Again, I had removed my shoes which made the going a little tricky although it appears from the tracks left in the sandy floor that not everyone was as respectful.
Worth a visit for the views alone but be sure to bring water as it can be tiring and there are no facilities anywhere nearby.
Go past Ao Noi and in the village the road forks. Take the right hand fork and continue until you reach the sea again. The entrance is imediately on your right. There is no admission fee but donations are encouraged. Due to it's very nature, this site is not suitable for mobility impaired visitors.