Wind Caves, Kuching
Categories: Caves, Nature & Parks
Grab on to your flashlight as you navigate the dark caverns of Wind Caves, where only the movement of air and the occasional bat chirps break the profound silence. Reflective strips guide you through the caverns as you observe the natural formations and a large family of bats nesting there. Learn about the cave's features by reading the many museum-like information boards, or ask a tour guide to talk you through this underground world. Bring a helmet or sturdy hat to protect your head from the imminent bat droppings. Work out when and for how long to visit Wind Caves and other Kuching attractions using our handy Kuching trip itinerary maker.
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The caves are situated about an hour’s drive from Kuching city centre on the road to Bau. Signposting is limited so it’s worth planning your route beforehand. Admission is cheap – just 5 Ringgits for ... read more »
I think they dine on fruits. And they are very small. I think they are much smaller than the bats seen at the end of Contagion. And close, hanging from the roof. Upon being waken by the flashes, they ... read more »
Wind Cave and Fairy Cave are both situated near the town of Bau, south of Kuching. By car it takes about one hour to get there. Both cave are natural gems, Wind cave housing numerous bats of diverse s... read more »
Worth it, go and see the small bats hanging in there. The small bell holes in the ceiling are formed due to the erosion of sprayed bat pee over hundreds of years. Bring a flashlight and watch out with some loose planks in the walk.
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