The next trip I went was spelunking, or exploring caves in Borneo… They were Fairy Cave and Wind Cave. Of course it’s not as big as Mulu which is as large as 16 football fields, but nevertheless spelunking in those caves were awesome!
First trip was Wind cave, which is located near Bau, a 30-minute drive away from Kuching… Admission fee for this cave is RM3 per person.
It was dark inside here I used my new Olympus camera to see the path ahead…some of us brought torch lights, some just borrowed from the guard
Arrows showing us where to go next, but to me it’s useless because they are totally opposite of where we were supposed to go
Still steady in the dark🙂
Out from the cave rested in the hill for a while with fellow med schoolmates…
Happy faces of spelunkers
Did you spot the bats?
Spelunking at Fairy Cave… Admission is free🙂
The stairs we had to climb before reaching the entrance to Fairy Cave
More climbing inside Fairy Cave… This particular site was windy and it felt good to hang on this ladder
Inside the Fairy Cave at its peak… Beautiful tho… The most important thing is that the calories we burnt🙂
Fairy cave has better lighting and bigger hole… This hole leads to a really high hill overlooking the ground where we came from
Finish spelunking Fairy Cave, we went to this Blue Lake @ Tasik Biru where the scenery was really awesome…
The lake also was really blue…
But unfortunately… Arsenic!
On my way back to Batu Kawa where I stayed… But damn this haze of Borneo blocking my view of the Sun.