Fairy Cave in Sarawak to charge entrance fees from Jan 1, 2014

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Fairy Cave in Sarawak to charge entrance fees from Jan 1, 2014

Fairy Cave Nature Reserve will be charging nominal entrance fees on all visitors to the reserve effective Jan 1, 2014. Sarawak Forestry in a press release yesterday said that an adult Malaysian IC holder will be charged RM1 while admission is free for disabled person and children.

As for non-Malaysian, the entrance fee for adults will be RM5 each, disabled person (RM3), children aged 7 to 18 (RM2) while children aged 6 and below can enter for free. Fairy Cave, located in Bidi, Bau, was first published as a nature reserve on May 23 of this year. It features several unusual stalactites and stalagmites, formed over thousands of years ago.

Fairy Caves in Sarawak

Inside the Fairy Caves – Photo taken by Malaysia Travel News Explorer Team

The stalagmite structure at the entrance is said to resemble a Chinese deity whereas the rock surface outside the cave has attracted numerous rock climbers annually. For more information on this and other nature reserves in Sarawak, log on to www.sarawakforestry.com – Source.

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