Visited with my wife as part of a small tour group. The boardwalk from the parking area to the cave is about half a mile and the ambient heat was intense. We were advised to wear clothing that covered us and were also given plastic helmets and surgical gloves in case of flying guano or muck on the handrails which didn't help the sweating!
On arrival at the cave the entrance was quite huge and there was a boardwalk going around the edge inside which was about 3-400 yards in length. The cave was obviously dark but there was some light from large openings in the roof at various intervals which allowed the bird and bats to get in and out. The cave is a haven for Swiftlets to nest and their empty nests are considered a delicacy in China so when the young are hatched the nests are harvested as part of the local industry. The cave is obviously a haven for bats also and it is almost impossible to circumnavigate the cave without getting "hit" from above! Add to this the fact that the cave is absolutely infested with cockroaches and other creepy crawlies and it wasn't surprising that not all our group undertook the walk!
Do the tour at your peril!
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