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Mulu National Park / Miri
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Known as ‘Jewels in the Crown’, Gunung Mulu National Park is one of Mother Nature’s most magnificent creations and also part of Sarawak’s network of national parks. It is also one of the state’s largest, boasting 544 sq km of primary rainforests, which is intersected by fast-flowing rivers and streams.
Deer Cave can be reached via a 3km plank walk, where one will pass peat swamps, alluvial flats, and limestone outcrops. Rainforest canopies, jungle streams, and an ancient Penan burial cave are also some of what you’ll encounter along the way. When visiting Deer Cave with an additional visit to Lang’s Cave, you’ll get to see incredible rock formations, despite the small size of Lang’s Cave.
Being Asia’s Longest Cave measuring at an amazing 215km (of explored area only), Clearwater Cave houses a subterranean river that is also navigable by boat. A plank walk leads from the riverbank to Wind Cave’s entrance, which is named so due to the cool breeze at certain narrow parts. Wind Cave, part of the Clearwater system, has impressive geological features in the form of stalactites, stalagmites, flow rocks, helictites, and rock corals.
With so much to offer, Mulu invites anyone with a heart to explore the unknown.