See the magical 'God Light' inside a cave in Dabong, Kelantan

Gua Keris in Dabong, Kelantan, is where a special light phenomenon called the “God Light” happens. — Photos: CHESTER CHIN/The Star

“You know insect repellent won’t be much help, right?” local nature guide Abang Bohari casually remarks, as he sprays a special concoction that supposedly wards off leeches, all over my exposed legs.

“We have already informed our ‘friends’ that there will be fresh blood arriving from the big city today, ” he adds, his mischievous excitement momentarily bringing out the Kelantanese accent that he’s been trying to keep in check.

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