Places Of Interest Around Bau

Wind Cave

– named after the constant cool breeze that blow throughout the cavern

Fairy Cave

– named after a stalagmite formation at the entrance said to resemble a Chinese deity

Tasik Biru (Blue Lake)

– man-made lake as a result of gold mining back then and got its name because of the way the water reflects the sky

Catholic Memorial and Pilgrimage Centre (CMPC)

– a missionary church including a longhouse and chapel, located at the top of Mount Singai surrounded with greenery and fresh air

Serikin Border Market (weekend only)

– about 3 kilometers from Malaysia-Indonesia border, you cand find various stalls selling numerous stuff such as local keropok (chips), hand-made crafts, wild orchids, and fresh and dried food

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