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Exploring Gua Tempurung (Tempurung Caves)

After breakfast, our next teambuilding program was held in Gua Tempurung (Tempurung Caves), a ten minutes drive from our hotel. I have been into the caves once before, that was almost ten years ago!  And I was very surprised that much have changed since then....
Surrounded by greens when we arrived....
This must be a mining pool since it is between Gopeng and Kampar 
which are famous for their tin mines those days ...
 
Big parking space for tourists....
The gardens leading to the Tempurung Cave...
It is maintained and in better shape now than it was ten years ago...
I remember there was only a small entrance hut then...
For the not-so-adventurous type like me, we were given some "assignment" to do....
In no time, we finished our project and we can relax a bit.... 
I walked around... took some pictures as usual....
I feel the pond needs a bit more more "maintenance".....
Or maybe it is being kept this way for its natural look?
 Muhibah group and our two trainers...
One for remembrance before we left for Gua Tempurung....
It is a good experience to come visiting here especially nature lovers...
As for me, I prefer to be on "dry ground" than "wet"....

Comments

  1. Never been to there before, haha, what else is fun inside? :p

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  2. just went thre! It was awesome to do the most adventurous tour (^^)!

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  3. heard about this place but my friend who was from Ipoh said it's not so much of "adventurous" fun now right?? he said some places have been closed down and also due to the construction of PLUS.. but seems like you just went there to take photos only~~ :p

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  4. ken: young people like you will enjoy....


    jay: great! not for me though... hahaha...


    sk: yes, for me, no crawling inside.. been there once last time... but for you, should be fun and adventurous!

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  5. I've never been there. Good that you have been there twice. Support the local attractions.

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  6. Wahhhh!!!! So adventurous! I don't think I have the energy to go cave exploring anymore, old liao!!!

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  7. Never been to a cave before though there are a few in Kuching. Phobia of entering a cave. Love the beautiful scenery surrounded by the green. Bet you have a great time there.

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  8. sharon: greens a lot...


    mun: sure support but not going inside only.. hahaa..

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  9. ginny: no, I didnt go in cos i have been inside once...


    stp: sams-sama la...

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  10. irene: me too.. i have been to niah caves though, not much climbing.. safer.. hahaa...

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  11. I have been there but didn't remember seeing such a big lake at Gua Tempurung. You always have fun wherever you go! That is very good!

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  12. The king and I was filmed there, if Im not wrong.

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  13. the view was great abd refreshing,
    i like how green the place is so far from this place i live in where there's nothing other than pollution haha

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