Golden Flowstone

Kampar

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What you will do

As you enter through the walkway on stilts over the cave river, you will see layers of white marble stone slabs and walls with different hues.

Walking deeper to the dimmed showcase gallery, you will be struck by the beauty of the Golden Flowstone.

Standing at a height of 90 metres, Golden Flowstone describes the sloping and wavering floor and wall of the cave which has a golden hue when water flows over it and illuminated by gentle light.

Stalagmites and stalactites on walls and ceilings take various astounding sizes and shapes.

Your eyes seem to play tricks on you when images of dolphin, jellyfish, tiger, lion, cow's head, seahorse, old man, Lord of Buddha and Zorro's eye come into view.

Essentials

Availability

Daily

Duration

40 minutes

Activitiy Location

Kampar, Perak, Malaysia

Provided by

Ipoh Tourism Board

Ipoh City, is malaysia third largest city in the country with a population of over 710,000 people and a gateway to the Cameron Highlands ( Coordinates: 4"36'N 101"04'E / 04.60"N 101.07"E / 04.60; 101.07). Ipoh is the capital city of Perak state on the west coast of peninsular Malaysia. There are 5 nicknames for ipoh: The Town Built on Tin and City of Millionaires referring to the vast fortunes made during the boom of the tin-mining industries. Affectionately called Paloh till today by the local Chinese, referring to the gigantic mining pumps used for early tin ore extraction.
The Bougainvillea City referring to Bougainvillea as the symbol flower of the city. The Hill City referring to Ipoh being central and surrounded by hills. But now most the people called Paloh and The Hill City became a town name.

www.ipoh-city.com

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