Cameron Highlands Tea Plantation, Malaysia

Monday, August 3, 2015

Reed Flute Cave

Is a fascinating gallery of limestone cave formations in Guilin, China. The cave derived its name from a type of reed growing at the entrance of the site, which can be created into melodious flutes and other wind instruments. I've been to a number of caves in different locations but nothing quite like this one.

The cave is filled with tons of stalactites, stalagmites and rock formations in different shapes and sizes that are millions of years old. I find it truly amazing that the caves are still in such good shape after all of these years.

Illuminated by the rainbow coloured lights, everything looks magical and the water seems to be perfectly still.

The walkways are spacious and the cave has great lighting to see each area of interest.

However, when large groups were not around, the coloured lights would turned off, so I had to time my shots carefully and fast before the lights went out.

Some photos didn't turn out pretty well but at least I was able to get a few good ones worth sharing.  Hope you'll like them too.

Our World Tuesday


  1. Stunning beauties. Love the rainbow colours!

  2. I have heard of this from another blogger that I follow. How beautiful isn't it?

  3. Beautiful shots of the cave. Interesting lighting.

  4. Looks like an awesome cave to explore. The colored lighting is pretty. Great post, enjoy your week!

  5. Someone was very imaginative with the lighting. Thanks for sharing.
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  6. I heard about this cave already. Your photos demonstrate that this is amazing, indeed. You have been lucky to visit it, and we because we have the opportunty to see the nice photos :)