I focused instead on the moment; on the slightly painful sensation of the stones on my feet, the fresh smell of the vegetation around me, and the faint quacking of the ducks on the lake.
The limestone hill is made up of light grey to white crystalline Kinta limestone interbedded with about 5mm to 1cm think argillaceous material bands.
And finally, the pronged flight of stairs that descent unto the car park and pond was specifically made to resemble the tail of a carp.
They did a funny pose on a ground field.
When I saw the sign second photo below , though, it was when I realized what it was.
Being a spacious cavern with large openings at each end, it enjoys good natural lighting and a refreshing breeze blows through the cave.