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All reviews bau town worth the climb torch light stairs to climb bring a flashlight wear good shoes amazing cave public transport worth the effort take your time worth a visit well worth the trip entrance fee beautiful scenery bats fairies torchlight
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Reviewed December 25, 2017 via mobile

We took a driver for 1/2 day and went to the wind and fairy cave which are close from each other .
In the wind cave take a powerful flash light to go in .
No lights in it and you will miss to see the birds and the different kinds of bats . Take a sweat rag (it’s very humid and no breeze inside )to wipe your face.

As for the fairy cave it’s beautiful .Children (6-8year old)count about 500+ stairs to go around first climb the tower 150 stairs then climb few easy steps inside the cave to get to some steep low ceiling ladder . The greenery inside is magic . Be aware the humidity is so high inside we came out soaked.Also wear good shoes it’s slippery inside and muddy.

Date of experience: December 2017
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Reviewed December 21, 2017 via mobile

It is massive inside. You climb up steps and quite steep ones and end up in a huge cavern. The scale is breathtaking and well worth the time taken.

Date of experience: December 2017
Thank richardandkids
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Reviewed December 10, 2017 via mobile

I ranked this cave a 4 instead of 5 just because it is not that large. Please note that you enter by many stairs, so must have a decent fitness level.
The cave is a bit out of the city so you will need transportation.
Sunlight is let in at the top of cave so is full or beautiful green plants. You can walk deeper into the dark so bring a light. Ask about the history :)

Date of experience: December 2017
Thank Na T
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Reviewed December 8, 2017

Whether you're an adventure seeker or just out to visit and see something different, this cave is worth the climb and visit, even if you are like me, manage to climb up only to the middle and feeling such shame when you see grannies and little children climbing all the way up to the top and far end. Its already very majestic at the halfway. I cannot imagine how I would feel if I could make it up to the top and into the far reaches of the cave had I not have cramps halfway.

Date of experience: December 2017
Thank Yeokeh
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Reviewed December 6, 2017

The steps are very steep just up to the caves and once inside there are some more very narrow ones. There is only a rope to hold on to which is wet and covered in Bat droppings. The caves are amazing once you are inside but there are areas you can not go to. Do take a bight torch as you need to take care where you walk. It could be a great attraction with a little money spent on it . You need transport to get there.

Date of experience: October 2017
Thank Teresa H
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