Tempurung Cave is a limestone cave that is located in Gopeng, Perak. It is popular among cave enthusiasts. The length is more than 3 km long and it is the largest cave in Peninsula Malaysia.
Part of the cave has been developed as a show cave equipped with electric lighting and walkways. There are several range of routes with various lengths and difficulty. The tunnel of the cave runs from the east to the west covering a distance about 2 kilometers under the limestone hills known as Gunung Tempurung and Gunung Gajah.
The cave comprises of five huge domes with ceilings that resemble coconut shells. Each of the domes has different calcium formations and marble. These caves are famous for its breathtaking gallery of stalagmites, stalactites and other amazing rock formations. The visitors are required to bring a change of clothes and shoes. Torch lights and safety helmets are available for rent.
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Saturday – Thursday: 9.00 a.m – 5.00 p.m
Friday: 9.00 a.m -12.30 p.m, 2.00 p.m – 5.00 p.m
Adults: RM 6.00
Children: RM 2.50
Seniors: RM 3.00
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It is a perfect place to explore the beauty of nature even if you are new to caving activities. Although Gua Tempurung may not be as big as Gua Niah in Sarawak, it is just perfect for the beginners!
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We saw various stalactites and stalagmites. The guard informed us on how precious these are – Its grow an inch in a hundred years and took million years to form entire cave. That is why it is important for us to preserve it… Our precious, our treasure. Imagine if it’s been destroyed, we have to wait for another million years to get a new formation.
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