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Fairy Caves

524 Reviews

Fairy Caves

524 Reviews
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Fairy Caves and Wind Caves from Kuching City
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Jln. Fairy Cave D/A Dewan Masyarakat Krokong, KM10, Krokong/Tringgus Road, 94000 Bau, Sarawak., 94000 Malaysia
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stanthenomad wrote a review Jul 2019
16 contributions4 helpful votes
Visited late July, great drive on bike getting to Fairy Caves - but no visit because of temporary closure until further notice. Pity.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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forsterrussell921@gmail.com wrote a review Jul 2019
34 contributions7 helpful votes
These Caves have a lot of Natural History million years it is beyond description by a ordinary character I have seen caves here in the Deep South East Land of Auz and these are A Class Of their Own the fascinations will never cease to amaze those who love and value the formations of Earth and its Caves a Natural Wonder that we still don't understand and most men cannot build such a natural wonder that keeps me spellbound
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Date of experience: June 2019
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stanian wrote a review Jun 2019
Stafford, United Kingdom129 contributions19 helpful votes
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We first visited the Fairy cave back in 2000 and since then the steps tower seems to be in some need of repair. it was however open whe we returned last October 2018 so up we went. A stedy climb up four or five stories brings you to the cave entrance where care is needed to thread your way through some more dark damp slippery steps which pass through quite a narrow crevice. Once in here the cave opens up to reveal a large collapsed cave and there are several more flights of steps in varying steepness to area's of intrest, there is an alter a view point and a few of what looks like boreholes formed when the cave was home to a flowing water. There are stalactites and stalagmites. One very large one on the way to the viewpoint. I have seen bats and Butterflies in the cave and I am sure several other creatures. The caves are currently closed for repairs to the steps, but being as they are so high safety must be a priority. Some have given poor reviews because the caves are closed, better to close than to claim a life.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Kim Swee T wrote a review Jun 2019
9 contributions3 helpful votes
Amazing cave to explore and discover!! Easy to access cave with some climbing but becareful of the slippery surface.. many bats inside with a breathtaking view!
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Date of experience: June 2019
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tdaks wrote a review Apr 2019
Gosford, Australia89 contributions21 helpful votes
In these days there is a vertical set of stairs. As you are ascending you will see the remnants of the original means of access. It was like a goat track up a cliff. If you are into limestone caves then put this on your list. I felt a little sad when we had a good luck around the entry area at the base. There were some ruins of what were once B&B's I guess this area was too far off the beaten track to make the enterprise viable.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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