This cave, formed beneath the masses of large rocks is one kilometre in length."
Thirty five kilometres from Kuala Pilah, this challenging arena is just waiting to be discovered by adventure seekers. Trekking through the Mount Tampin Forest Reserve track, observe the beauty of nature; wild shrubs growing in abundance, fallen logs and branches green with moss, the warmth of the sun filtering through the tall branches overhead, dried leaves and flowers scattered on the forest floor -- the combination form a captivating picture usually found only in books and magazines. This lush rainforest with all its treasures is house to Batu Maloi Cave.
This cave, formed beneath the masses of large rocks is one kilometre in length. A clear shallow stream lazily makes its way around the stones and boulders that make up the cave floor. The challenge of exploring this amazing granite cave, will surely charm and enrich your experiences. The narrow and winding passage into the cave can prove to be quite perilious, especially in the dark.
Thus, it is advisable for you to explore the cave in groups of at least three with an experienced guide. Be prepared for any danger as a sudden heavy rainfall could result in the water level rising very fast in the cave -- quite a scary scenario for the unexperienced. On the way to the cave, you will pass a stream of which the water level is controlled by a watergate. The smooth flowing stream with its shallow sandy floor, beckons you to enjoy a splash in its clear cool waters.
Last viewed - May 25, 2013