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Located in between the most scenic limestone and marble hills in Malaysia is Gua Tempurung. Hidden within this limestone is a multi-dimentional network of caves that resemble a bee-hive. These caverns are like a gallery which displays stalagmites and stalagtites and other sculptures which form a stunning natural heritage. Gua Tempurung is the biggest cave in this mountain range. It spans about 1.9 km from east to west under the belly of Gunung Tempurung as a huge tunnel. Visiting the cave is now a pleasant and comfortable experience with the provision of bridges and steps in some parts of the cave. Part of this cave is equipped with dims lights to maintain the natural atmosphere inside the cave. This way, tourists get to enjoy and appreciate nature’s splendour up close.

On the North-South Expressway, exit at the Gopeng interchange, about 25 km south of Ipoh. From the Gopeng junction, enter the Federal Route 1 (old road) and head about 2 km towards Kampung Gunung Mesah. Turn left and cross through a 5km village road. This road is accessible by all vehicles includes busses. From there, you will pass through an old mining plant and just follow the signboards which are available along the way to guide you to Gua Tempurung.