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Batu Cermin Cave

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Batu Cermin Cave

324 Reviews
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This tour takes you first to the Pottery Village of Banyumulek. Observe how the local women produce pottery stuffs. Then, visit Sukarare village; renowned for its traditional hand weaving of brightly patterned “songket”, “ikat” and “sarong” cloths. We will observe how the regenerate of weaving tradition goes on in the village. Girl, mother and grandmother even great grandmother do weaving activity together in the village. Next the tour continues to Ende village, featuring the unique traditional houses with its buffalo dung floors. Lunch is served at one of local restaurants in New Kuta Mandalika area on your personal account. Then, we visit the beautiful beach of Tanjung A’an, one of the most scenic and un-spoilt beaches in this part of Lombok. We may have chance to trek Merese Hills to enjoy magnificent panorama of Indian Ocean.
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TheHumbleTravellers wrote a review Feb 2020
Greater Noida, India543 contributions34 helpful votes
These are one of the recent caves discovered by human kind and was informed was under the water just 100 years back, which was so surprising for us. Just like other caves, it has some unique feature, such as it was a big room filled with sand and there are unique carvings every where and some stones which are hollow from inside and give an amazing sound when you knock on them
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Date of experience: November 2019
Sergei wrote a review Jan 2020
Wigan, United Kingdom46 contributions5 helpful votes
If you like stalactites and fossils -that's a place to go, otherwise probably just stay on the beach ;)
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Date of experience: January 2020
vanadia7 wrote a review Jan 2020
London, United Kingdom277 contributions90 helpful votes
I had quite low expectations of this cave based on the TripAdvisor reviews, and was expecting it to be a quick photo stop. Instead it was an in depth tour of the cave. The cave entrance is beautiful with hanging vines and tree roots. We were given helmets and had to crawl through parts of the cave which made it feel like an adventure. We saw fossils of coral, fish and even a turtle. There were several bats hanging from the ceiling, and even some bats flying around. Interesting stalagmites and stalactites. Lots of great photo opportunities. There is also umbrella rock to see on the way back to the car park. Be warned though, it can be very hot and we did get very sweaty, and there are mosquitos during the day here! Overall a fun quick tour and definitely worth a visit.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Ayu wrote a review Jan 2020
Bandung, Indonesia45 contributions2 helpful votes
when I visited here, it was drizzling .. so I didn't enjoy the place.. , and the place not very special for me prfer go to souvenir shop in Labuan bajo..hahaha
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Date of experience: December 2019
speechsoul wrote a review Jan 2020
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia32 contributions14 helpful votes
The walk towards the cave is this beautiful bamboo forest. You don’t really need a guide as it is well sign posted. Do wear the hard hats provided at the cave entrance as you can easily bump your head inside the cave and don’t forget to use a torch as it is pitch black inside most parts of the cave. You would have to squat or do duck walks for short distances inside the cave. It was fun to explore although I wouldn’t say the mirror aspect of it was anything spectacular. The whole experience however is worthwhile.
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Date of experience: January 2020