The route to the Monkey Temple is around a hill that has several blind turns.
Here, it is possible to view some wandering farm animals like pigs, dogs, goats and cows. And of course, there are a lot of monkeys. After reaching the pinnacle of this hill, there is a road down hill deep into the valley.
Further, there is a fifty square feet amphitheater that has a lot of monkeys as well as rainwater. There is a waterfall where the water collects in a minor reservoir. In this reservoir, it is possible to see children swimming.
On the other side of the reservoir, there is open field housing, where one can find the visitors having lunch. The visitors of the Monkey Temple must be careful about their eatables.
It is not surprising if any monkey approaches some negligent visitor and grabs away the food.