If you are doing a river safari - then this is just 30 minutes before you reach the jetty for your safari. Its a huge cave with great rock formations and thousands and thousands of swiftlets flying in and out from their nests. But watch your step as the place is swarming with cockroaches, centipedes and scorpions. Also the walkway can tend to be slippery from all the water and mud. Its an experience not to miss. If you can make it for the nest collection times - which is feb and july you will be able to see the men at work with their ropes and ladders.
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