As such, he said he would try to apply for an allocation to implement the restoration works on the area.
He said apart from getting their water supply, local people also used to flock the water catchment area in the cave to bath and wash their clothes because the water was so clean and never dried up.
Mohd Radzi said he was introduced to the cave when he followed his late father Tan Sri Sheikh Ahmad Mohd Hashim, who was the first Menteri Besar of Perlis, on his visits to the villages, including Wang Besar.
He said with serious restoration and conservation works, the cave, which now covered with bush, could re-emerge as a popular picnic area and tourist destination.
Meanwhile, Wang Besar Village Development and Security Committee chairman Ahmad Hussin also lauded Mohd Radzi''s idea to restore the cave.
Kampung Wang Besar, which has over 100 houses with about 450 residents, is one of the most visited villages in Perlis.
Recently, the village was also selected as the overall champion to receive the Excellence Village Award and cash prize of RM10,000 from the Rural and Regional Development Ministry and Social Development Department.
Source: Yahoo News