Getting to Wind Cave, Bau.
There is good access road right up to the Reserve...with plenty of
public parking bay. To visitor coming from Kuching City can either take
the Kuching-Bau Road or Kuching-Batu Kawa Road.
If you take Kuching-Bau Road will pass Bau Bazaar...from Bau Bazaar
you take Bau-Lundu Road and take the left turn before the bridge to
Bau-Bidi Road. The road to Wind Cave is located on the right after Bau
For those who took the Kuching-Batu Kawa route...drive all the
way until you reach Bau-Lundu junction just after Kampong Sibuluh...at
the junction turn left to Bau Bazaar.
Drive along this road until you
come to the Sarawak Kanan Bridge...take the right turn to Bau-Bidi road
and drive until you reach Bau Mini Stadium...the road leading to the Bau Wind
cave is on the right side.
For those who choose to take the public transport...you can board STC's bas no. 2 at Gambier Road Bus Terminal in Kuching City. The bus depart hourly to Bau from 6.00am to 6.00pm.
Upon reaching Bau Bazaar...you can either take a taxi or private
van to Bau Wind Cave Nature Reserve...just after the Bau Mini Stadium.
You know have reached your destination upon seeing the "Selamat Datang Wind Cave Nature Reserve" signage.
Flora and Fauna
Beside the Cave inhabitant... there are other animal and plant
species found along the river and the limestone hill and the surrounding
jungle. Among them are squirrels...shrews and 9 variety of birds.
You can find rare palms outside the cave including the Arenga Pinriata...Areng Undulatifolia and the gigantic Calamus Onatus
There is a stream passing by the cave with a small gravel beach where you can enjoy a cool dipping. The water is clear and cooling.