Cave temples operating at own risk

The 100-year-old Kek Lok Tong cave temple in Gunung Rapat, south of Ipoh, is a popular tourist attraction. — RONNIE CHIN/The Star

GIVING leases to cave temples in Perak will cover the safety and security aspects at these places of worship.

This is in light of the state government’s decision to study how they could grant leases to famous cave temples, many of which have existed for over 100 years but have yet to be recognised due to safety issues.

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