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One of the most distinctive caves in Malaysia is a 370-metre long limestone cave near the small town of Kaki Bukit (literally 'foot hill') called Gua Kelam (Cave of Darkness). Located about 33km north of Kangar, the state capital, Gua Kelam Recreational Park is popular for its enchanting 'cave walk' where you can enter from one end of the cave and come out at a different location. 

The only path to the cave is via an eight-foot wide wooden suspension bridge. This bridge links Kaki Bukit to the Wan Tangga Valley, a valley on the opposite end of Gua Kelam. Back in 1935, an Englishman saw the water pathway as a brilliant method to transport tin ore from a mine located near the stream entrance through the underground cavern to Kaki Bukit. 

Now, locals and tourists make their way through the cave via a brightly lit wooden walkway inside the cave. You can still find remnants of the tin mine operation within the cave. As you make your way through the cave, the whispers of a swirling dark subterranean stream, together with the squeaking bats and dripping water from the stalactites, form a concerto of natural sounds. It sounds a bit spooky, but adds to the mystery of a cave that was was once the home of Stone Age men.

Cómo llegar aquí

En autobús
Tome un autobús a Kaki Bukit en la estación de autobuses de Kangar. Luego, camine 10 minutos hasta la cueva.


Por tierra
Desde la Autopista Norte-Sur (PLUS), tome la salida por Changlun y tome la autopista Changlun-Kuala Perlis a Kangar. Desde Kangar, continúe por la ruta que va a Padang Besar y siga el cartel que indica hacia Kaki Bukit o Wang Kelian.

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Perlis Forestry Office

Teléfono : +604-938 4466


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