For those who like adventure activities, what about Burma Cave 1. Burma Money Cave 1 is not like the Dark Cave which is easily accessible from the car park & also does not have a lighting system for the convenience of tourists. So, exploring this cave feels more like an adventure. You need to pay for the permit & register at the Visitor Center located in Perlis State Park. Visitors who want to go to this cave also need to wear safety helmets, boots, headlamps & gloves for safety purposes and be accompanied by a guide. To get to Gua Wang Burma, tourists have to traverse the forest & climb a hill 700 m from the campsite located in Perlis State Park. The trek through the jungle takes only about 30 minutes. There are 2 caves here, namely Burma Cave 1 which is a dry cave & Burma Cave 2 which is a wet cave. Along the forest trail to Burma Cave 1, tourists can see a variety of interesting flora & fauna. Most exciting in this cave is that visitors can get a closer look at a very large stalagtic formation & believed to be hundreds of millions of years old. Here there is also a stalagtite that is unique apparently & resembles the shape of an elephant’s head.