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Kota Gelanggi Caves



Kota Gelanggi Cave is an archaeological site reported in 2005 as potentially the first capital of the ancient Empire of Srivijaya and which is one of the oldest Kingdoms on South East Asia's Malay Peninsula. The site's existence was announced as a discovery by the Malaysian press on 3 February 2005. The magnificent cave chambers are among the most beautiful in the region. This cave was located under the sea while the scalloped edges left by on the soft lime stones can still be seen on the cave walls.