Located just north of Bau Town, about 48 kilometers from Kuching, the Fairy and the Wind Caves lay majestically along the hilly limestone range in the Bau District. Both of these caves are partly covered amidst the tropical rainforest along the slopes of the scenic limestone hills. The Fairy Cave as the name implies possesses unusual stalactites and stalagmites formed over thousand of years which represents Buddhist deities. Many Buddhists shrines are therefore found at the cave from the entrance to the interior.Not far from Fairy Cave is the Wind Cave, an “air-conditioned rendezvous” with its dark atmosphere occasionally accompanied by cool breezes at intervals. As the situation implies, it is almost impossible to tour the cave without a torch. Swallows and bats are plentiful.
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