A small wall with a few short intermediate routes. Located high above the treetops on a small platform on the outside of a hole in the cave, these hidden gems are sure to titillate your senses. Bats,snakes and spiders and all sorts of critters vie for positions among the limestone cliffs, so do share your remote and isolated position. This area reminds me of "The Keep" in Krabi, as it is well hidden. It'll give you a real sense of Borneo. No issues with wind, sun, or rain here that I recall, but a downpour will moisten the base. Well secluded. The wall is more crack-like and chimney-like as opposed to the tufas and pockets of Batman Wall. The rock quality is good, although abit chalky. You will have to clean the spider webs off the routes as you climb as well.
Drive past Batman Wall (on your right) 100m to a large parking area. Follow the walkway to the signs for Fairy Cave. Go up the steps, enter the cave and go up the ladder(need torch), continue up through the Cave until you see a trail on the right. Follow the small trail to the right. From a wooden viewing platform, follow a faint trail leading out the huge hole in the cave, ending at the base of the climbs in a grassy alcove. Don't get too close to the hidden cliff edge at the trees, peeing or so, as you'll fall 200' to the base of the cave. One option to exit is to abseil down Fairy Cave Wall via "Fists of Fairy".