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Getting on the track, here we continue the boat ride from the Penan Settlement to the Cave of the Winds.
For the morning tour, we were being arranged for the Clear Water Cave & Wind Cave. Both of this cave are located next to each other which are categorised under the same clear water system.
Turn left, to clear water cave and take right to Wind Cave.
Entrance at the Wind Cave
Take a picture here for remembrance, to let my grand children know that the ah gong and ah ma ever “WALK” to wind cave.
At this standing point, was actually where the winds come from. In fact, it’s just a small cool breeze but the cave was name after these.
Inside the cave, you get to see all kinds of rock formation, I’m poor in my geography so sorry I can’t give a comprehensive explanations on it . :p
Let my pictures tell you the whole story of stalagmite and stalactites, how they meet each other. One from top, One from bottom.
We walked around the stair case, and the tour guide will explain to us on the formation of stalagmite and stalactites.
These are the “huge” one. It almost meet each other. If it’s meet, it forms columns.
Our tour guide for the morning session, Sandra, was a local lady who can speak some simple English.
You can only enter the park with their assigned tour guide.
Inside the cave, we are not suppose to make too much sound or shouting at each others name. Like I told you before, either you believe it or not, the spirit of the ancestors were all there. Somehow the facilities at Mulu National Park are indeed very organized. There are spotlights along the path, handles on stair case and some information board for the tourist to understand more about the caves.
I took too much pictures here, and my battery went exhausted. Coming up next, Clear Water Cave!