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Gua Tempurung, Gopeng

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  • We visited this cave by Sept 2016. We were really stunned with the view of natural design of limestone when we enter the cave. Well maintained cave. So amazing view. Really a awesome trip. We took abo...  more »
  • Be careful if you want to go with kids. It's quite adventurous. The cave is huge, we were climbing up and down without a rope. Remember to take a headlight and hand gloves with you. And also take spar...  more »
  • Bites of mosquitoes on the arrival at the counter of ticketing. Climbing up the staircase to "second floor" inside the cave only for photographing of a few photos. Spending less than one hour overall....  more »
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  • We had to pay 60rm because we were tourists. The local price is 12. We arrived at 11.15 and there was no tour anymore so we had to pay to get a "tour" which included that we had to walk around ourselves without any guidance or explanation. It's still very impressive but way to expensive and the people are not friendly at all. It's save to say that you can skip this cave.
  • Nice cave experience, downside as a foreigner they charge a premium while local visitors pay almost nothing, hard to justify, still worth visiting
  • Did the dry tour 2 due to insufficient amount of people to do the wet tour 3. Minimum 8 persons however you can do it with less than 8 peoples provided you are willing to pay the full amount as 8 persons.The dry tour is roughly 45 minutes walk (and climb stairs) from the entrance to the end of dry tour 2. After that you just have to turn around to walk out of the cave.
  • Beautiful and huge cave, already impressed for only visiting the dry tour. Will try for wet tour if there is chance.
  • Well maintained lime stone cave. Worth a visit.