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Bewah & Taat Cave

The cave is located at the southern end of Tasik Kenyir and it takes a 45 minutes speedboat ride to reach this cave from the Pengkalan Gawi Jetty. Bewah is the biggest cave in this area with 40 meters entrance above the water level. Archeological excavation of artifacts and skeletons have proven that human settlement of the Mesolithic era carbon dated to be 16,000 years old and the Neolithic people of the Hoabinhian era circa 10,000-15,000 years ago once lived here. The intricate cave formations of limestones, stalactites and stalagmites are truly a sight to behold. Gua Bewah is also home to various species of nocturnal animals and insects.

How To Get Here

Travelling via the Jerangau-Jabor road offers scenic nature landscapes. Drive towards Pekan Ajil. From there, signboards point to Kuala Berang, this is about 10km away. Drive 35km from Kuala Berang and you will reach the junction to Pengkalan Gawi, the entry point of Tasik Kenyir. From Kuala Terengganu or the north, the Sungai Tong route is easily accessible, reaching the junction to Pengkalan Gawi.

Where To Stay

1. Kenyir Lake Resort & Spa
2. Kenyir Sanctuary Resort
3. Musang Kenyir Resort
4. Land Lake Resort
5. Petang Island Resort

Where To Eat

1. Restaurant Mohd Ibrahim
2. Restaurant Ramlah
3. Restaurant Blew Bay





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