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I suggest that visitors to Bukittinggi combine this with a visit to the Harau Valley. Great side trip! That said, while this huge cave is very dramatic, it involves climbing dozens and dozens of stairs, many of which are quite uneven (though there are handrails...More
Ngalau means cave, indah means beautiful so it is beautiful cave. It is located just in the city and only walking distance from the mayor office. Visitors has to climb to reach the cave. It is very beautiful stalactite and stalacmite and a unique experience.
WOW.. it was great adventure we had , The caves are millions of years old with fantastic stacklatit and stacklamit ... simply a wonder ... walking inside the cafe takes you back in the stone age .. We kept climbing up to the hills behind...More
A small and smelly cave in the hills. You have to walk up some steps to enter. You may appreciate the scenic beauty of the place when you see around. You will not miss a much if you skip this sight as there are other...More
We walked up to the cave entrance. Good experience for me and the kids who had never been to any cave before.
There was a stone named The crying Mother. However the cave was rather dry and no more 'tears' came from the stone. We...More