Fairy Caves, Kuching
Categories: Caves, Nature & Parks
To enter the spooky underground world of Fairy Caves you have to navigate a cramped passage and climb some steep stairs. Once inside, look for interesting rock formations, including one that resembles a human throat and uvula, and another that looks like a statue of Quanyin, the goddess of mercy. A thin layer of plants--fed by the guano-enriched soil--clings to the wall of the cavern, creating an unusual look rarely seen in other caves. The makers of the guano hang from the ceiling and flit about the cave. To visit Fairy Caves on your holiday in Kuching, and find out what else Kuching has to offer, use our Kuching itinerary builder.
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Firstly, be sure to go to the end of the road to find the main entrance to the cave. Entrance fee is 5RM per person. You have to climb up quite a few flights of stairs to get to the cave and once insi... read more »
If you are visiting Bau area, then this cave will be an interesting stop. However, there are many steps to climb before you will reach the interior of the cave. The structure of the cave is interestin... read more »
Not for a person who has difficulties with stairs. Normal physical condition is enough. There is a lot of stairs but cave, fairy statues (old and new one) and the view inside is well worth a visit!
It's a cave. It's wet and slippery and muddy. Wear shorts or berms.
A Wonderful cave in sarawak Easy to access.
An extensive show cave with massive cavity, home to variety of birds and bats, stalagtit-stalagmite formations, and some cave vegetations. Concrete stairs provided, but be careful with your steps since it's wet and slippery. Torch light is not required but best if you have it.
Not much scenery to view here.
Feels like you have traveled back in time
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