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Monyet Cave

Monkey Cave is a cave formed due to rock erosion and large block of rock debris that form crevices. The rocks in this cave tuffan sandstones of the Jampang Formation, a part of the Cikarang Bentang formation, which was formed around 23-16 million years ago (Lower Miocene). To the upstream of the river you will find a small waterfall. The name of the monkey cave originated as this place was used as a habitat for monkeys.


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