10 Amazing Caves In Malaysia You Should Explore

10 Amazing Caves In Malaysia You Should Explore

Clearwater Cave

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Clearwater Cave is believed to be the largest interconnected cave system in the world by volume and the 8th longest cave in the world at 207 km. Clearwater is a fascinating cave to scroll around. Plank walks, paths and small floating bridges make this an easy and enjoyable experience for the whole family. There are also excellent photo opportunities for those who have the patience for cave photography.

Location: Gunung Mulu National Park, Sarawak.
Entrance fee: RM20 per person.

Dark Cave

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Batu Caves not only houses one of the most famous Hindu temples in the world – The Sri Subramaniam Temple – but it also houses the Dark Cave – one of the main caves at the Batu Caves hill. It is home to an ancient animal community of 100 million years old, including the rarest spider in the world, the Trapdoor spider (Liphistius batuensis). Dark Cave has its own special features of magnificent cave formations – stalactite, stalagmite, flowstone, cave pearls and cave curtains.

Location: Batu Caves, Gombak, Selangor.

Entrance fee: Varies from RM35 to RM80 per person, depending on the types of tour chosen.

Gua Nasib Bagus

Gua Nasib Bagus

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This cave contains the worlds largest natural underground chamber. Lubang Nasib Bagus (Sarawak Chamber) is more than 600m long, 400m wide and 100m high. It is so big that it is commonly described as capable of holding up to 10 jumbo jets nose-to-tail within its walls and 60m high roof. A cave stream is likewise inviting and perfect for a quick splash to rejuvenate the senses.

Location: Gunung Mulu National Park, Sarawak.

Entrance fee: RM10 per person.

Gua Kelam

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It’s a 370m long limestone cave where it’s famous for its ‘cave walk’. You will enter from one end of the cave and come out at a different location. The only path in is via a wooden suspension bridge measuring 8ft wide. The hollow limestone path is believed to be the idea of an Englishman that converted this cave as a method of transporting tin from a mine near the stream entrance of Kaki Bukit.

Location: Kaki Bukit, Perlis.

Entrance fee: RM1 per person.

Gua Niah

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Divided into two sections – The Great Cave and The Painted Cave – both were home to the pre-historic humans and there is nothing better than threading the caverns and chambers here as you see what it was like to live in a subterranean!

Location: Miri, Sarawak.

Entrance fee: RM10 per person.

Gua Gomantong

Gua Gomantong

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There are two cave complexes – Simud Hitam (Black Cave) soaring up to 90m high and the more accessible of the two, and Simud Putih (White Cave), where the more valuable nests are found. The resident creatures of the caves include swiftlets (from which the nests are collected) and bats among others. Outside, other birds such as serpent eagles, bat hawks and kingfishers can be seen. You might even spot an orangutan or two!

Location: Sandakan, Sabah.

Entrance fee: RM5 per person

Gua Tempurung

Gua Tempurung 2

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About 3km long, it is one of the longest caves in Peninsula Malaysia. Part of it has been developed as a show cave with electric lighting and walkways and there is a range of tours of different lengths and difficulty. A fine river cave, the river passage runs about 1.6km through the hill.

There are three very large chambers and some spectacular stalactites and stalagmites, each comprises of five huge domes with ceilings resembling coconut shells. Each of these domes has different calcium formations and marble there exists in differing temperatures and water levels.

Location: Gopeng, Perak.

Entrance fee: Ranges from RM6 to RM9 per person, depending on the package chosen.

Deer Cave

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What sets the Deer Cave apart from the others is its magnificent cave passage is the largest in the world. Discover the Garden of Eden with the aptly named Adam and Eve showers that shoot out 30m columns of water. It is also famous for the hundreds of thousands of bats that stream from its mouth every evening between 5.00pm to 6.30pm. It’s also famous for the Abraham Lincoln silhouette hidden among the rocks!

Location: Gunung Mulu National Park, Sarawak.

Entrance fee: RM20 per person.

Perak Cave

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Perak Tong Cave Temple – The Perak Tong – is located just north of Ipoh and is one of the oldest temples and famous for the murals. The walls of the cavern are decorated with colourful murals depicting characters and events from Chinese mythology and Buddhist scriptures. Chinese calligraphy also adorns the walls some of which was painted by the afore-mentioned Chong Yin Chat.

Location: Ipoh, Perak.

Entrance fee: Free.

Wind Cave

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Wind Cave Nature Reserve (also known as Lubang Angin) provides visitors with an authentic, but relatively safe, caving experience in pitch black, bat-infested tunnels. You can also see some of the 6.16 hectares of forest and rivers in the protected reserve surrounding the caves.

Location: Gunung Mulu National Park, Sarawak.

Entrance fee: RM1 per person.

 

 

 

 

 

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  • kanika yadav
    July 25, 2017, 1:48 pm

    great article
    thank u very much.

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  • sarika
    September 4, 2017, 7:50 pm

    very nice about ten amazing caves in Malaysia to explore different things and places.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  • sonia
    September 6, 2017, 12:58 pm

    amazing caves in Malaysia you should explore is an effective blog
    thanks for sharing this one a lot.
    There are a lots of places to visit in Malaysia.

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