See the mysteries that surround the two most famous caves in Kenyir Lake, the Bewah and the Taat Caves!
Located on the beautiful Kenyir Lake, we will first come upon Gua Tahi Kelawar, or better known as Bewah Cave. Like its Malay namesake, the cave is an amazing habitat for bats, with its spectacular towering limestone caverns that house a tunnelling chamber of thousands of these upside-down roosting creatures. This cave is also valued historically as well because of the discovery of the skeletons and artefacts of the Neolithic man, with many prehistoric versions of kitchen utensils, axes and tools found in this very cave.
Next, we will head towards Taat Cave, that lies in another part of Kenyir Lake. This mysterious cave got its name due to the loyal villagers who stay in the area (Taat is loyal in the Malay language. As the cave merges into the waters, it is also well known for disappearing into the water when the water levels of the lake rise. The cave walls are lined with beautiful limestones carved and engraved by Mother Nature. Known for its amazing stalactite and stalagmite formations, it is truly a sight to behold!