During a 45-minute expedition led by members of the Kiudang-Mungkom Village Consultative Council to the location yesterday, the cave was situated over a slightly elevated ground measuring 10-feet high, while the overall length and width were estimated to be 50 and 13-feet respectively.
Inside the cave is a pool that contains fresh water, influenced by the downstream of a nearby waterfall. When it rains, the cave will overflow and turn into a watercourse for the stream to surge towards the river's tributary.
The course of the expedition, which was made known through local printed media, websites and Facebook, was also joined by many youths, village residents and a group from the Embassy of Pakistan in Brunei Darussalam, which made up a total of 50 individuals altogether.
According to Awang Imran bin Hj Johari, Assistant Chairman of Kiudang-Mungkom Village Consultative Council, the expedition was among others, part of a leisure pursuit for students during the year-end holidays and to further promote the cave which has the potential to be an ideal venue for vacationers and sightseers alike, should developments occur to improve the area.