It is said to be the longest limestone cave in South East Asia, measuring more than 3km in distance. A cool place indeed!
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It is very chill in the cave. Able to reach peak to peak within few minutes depending the speed you are at. I have enjoyed the calmness in the cave and the lighting. Try the wet tour and surprises you. Just take note that it...More
I particularly enjoyed my hour or so walking through the caves. I did my own thing meaning I did not go with a group or a tour. Armed with my camera I was able to take some great photos. Fortunately there were not a lot...More
If you like caves and climbing you will not regret. If you go for underground river, there are probably not many places in the world where you can do something similar. Either for you safety or for protecting cave system. This was very nice adventure...More
We didn't took the Tour 4, which compromises of dry and wet tour T.T They have a total of 4 packages, first 2 packages are dry tour which you can do it by yourself. I strongly recommend the 2nd tour package as you get to...More
Although it is a bit hard to get there (unless you use UBER) OR we took the local bus and hitch hiked, it is an amazing experience. I took the grand tour and it was amazing. Probably not the best for little children to take...More
Went there last week with a group of friends. We actually spent a night camping there. We did the GT tour, which covers the whole 3.5km of Gua Tempurung. It was very beautiful, you'll learn a lot of geology stuffs. And as it was an...More