This was a lot of fun and the caves are not too far from kuching by car. Make sure to wear good walking shoes as some parts are slippery and without steps. Amazing stalactites and stalagmites.
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We have kids with age 5, 6 and 8, climbing to the cave is acceptable challenge. Just watch out for slippery steps and bring your torch light (or handphone flash light will do) as some of the area will be dark. No attendant and proper...More
The entrance is not congruent to the environment; in fact it is odd and ugly. You paid and then walked up this ugly concrete structure to the entrance of the giant cave some 100 metres above the ground. Needs a good torch to explode this...More
shotting place of Anna and The king movie, Its a hidden Gem in Sarawak..a lot of people who go to Kuching, never go to this nice and breathtaking natural park. entrance fee for local is 1Rm, foreigner 5Rm, children, teen, elderly all Free.. have to...More
Wow, I loved it here, I was amazed with the whole place. So peaceful and mystical. Would highly recommend.
Very nice, photogenic, can actually explore cave without flashlight or even using cellphone light. Steep steps, but there are railings. About 50KM from Kuching city, easy drive
You need to drive out from Kuching, Fairy Cave is about 45 km away near the little gold-mining town of Bau. Fairy Cave opens from 8.30 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.; entrance is RM1 for locals, RM5 for foreigners. A 4-storey platform will bring you to...More