Located in the northeast of Temerloh, Pahang, Kota Gelanggi Cave is considered as historical importance. First recorded by Cameron in 1882 in Royal Asiatic Social Journal, many other people have written about the cave since then yet have been inconsistent with the identification. There are several caves open to the public. One show cave is Terang Bulan Cave which has electric lighting and walkways. Guided tours are available at RM5 per adult. Among facilities which have been provided are, caves complex, also the Kota Gelanggi Museum at the visitors centre and sufficient area of car park.
Opening hours : 9.00 am to 5.00 pm (Daily)
Admission Fee : RM 2:00 (per adult) RM 1:00 (per child 5 to 12 years old)