Gua Bewah is the biggest cave found in the Tasik Kenyir area and its entrance is 40 metres above the water level. It is a must visit for this is where human skeletons and primitive domestic artefacts such as pots and axes that date back to more than 16,000 years were found. We now know Terengganu was inhabited by early man and the skeletons are now preserved in the State Museum.
Visitors will be able to view magnificent natural formations of stalactites and stalagmites. Gua Bewah. For those who are squeamish, be forewarned. There are thousands of bats lurking on the ceiling of the cave and depositing their guano on the cave floor. So, put on your adventure hat and let your Indiana Jones instincts take over.