This Cave is quite interesting in the sense that sometimes you see it sometimes you don’t. When the water level of the lake is high, the entrance is submerged and no one can access it. Interestingly, Taat Cave happens to be the top most of a series of caves where the one below, the Tok Bidan Cave, has already been submerged when the Kenyir Lake was formed.
So if you’re lucky when the water is low, you can enter Gua Taat and view it in all its glory.
The journey to Gua Taat, which is not far from Gua Bewah, takes about two hours heading south of the Gawi Jetty.