The well-landscape beautiful environment surrounding the entrance to the "Manjanggul Lava Tube" enticed us into the cave which can be described as a hole in the ground. As we descended the steps, we realized it was quite dark and the ground was not level. Walking has to be slow otherwise we may slip and fall on the damp and watery walkway. We also have to be careful that we will not be drenched by the dripping waters from the top of the cave.
There were two or three highlights of the walk, one is a giant-shaped lingzhi (or mushroom) and the other is at the apparent end of the 'tube', two intertwined stalagmites growing to a hole at the top.
The good thing about the cave is the cool temperate and although we were sweating from the walk, we liked it. So for those who fear the cold, take a sweater and also a cap!
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