Escape into another dimension inside caves in Malaysia

Gua Keris inside the Gua Ikan cave complex in Kelantan holds a special light phenomenon called the “God Light”. - CHESTER CHIN/The Star

When Dr Nur Atiqah Abd Rahman ventured into the Dark Cave in Selangor, she knew she had found her favourite kind of outdoor adventure.

That was back in 2012, and since then, the bat researcher has explored many more caves in Malaysia.

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