With time on our hands, we decided to make one last stop, Gua Tempurung located in Gopeng.
This was the view as we approached Gua Tempurung. It was still misty at 10am. The air was crisp and fresh.
The ticketing counter. We paid $6/adult and $2.50 for a guided tour. It was worth every cent.
Our guide, Encik Halim.
He either held Han's hands or carried Han for most of the way. A patient man.
En Halim led us into the cave holding his torchlight. We were the only ones there. It was great having everything to ourselves.
The walkways were tastefully done and did not mar the natural beauty of the place.
En Halim pointing out rock formations that resembled animals such as elephant, dolphin, turtle,lion, duck...too numerous for me to recall. Fai was especially good at imagining the forms. I couldn't get what he wanted me to see most of the time. There was even a portrait of Mona Lisa due to the stains on the rock surface.
The car was etched onto the rock by the communists that used the cave as a hideout.
The stairs leading into the cave. Staclatites and staclamites to the left and right. There was a huge jellyfish like staclatite.
The only group photo we took.
2 mothers and 6 beautiful kids.
There is an underground stream on my right.
We had a bite to eat in IKEA once we reached PJ.
Kent and Shannon exchanged cars and we said our goodbyes in the loading bay.
Of all the caves we visited in Ipoh, Gua Tempurung was certainly my favourite. Mother Nature at her best. It is just a short drive away from Ipoh. Go visit. Don't forget to take me along.