‘Look for another trail to Merapoh caves’


KUANTAN: Owners of the land being developed near the famous Merapoh limestone caves in Lipis have been told to find an alternative trail, following complaints that it is too close to the forest reserve.

Tourist guides are claiming that the caves are under threat from the clearing of the surrounding forest areas.

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