Gunung Mulu National Park near Miri, Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo, is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in November 2000. It is home to an impressive collection of natural treasures, which includes razor-sharp limestone spikes called The Pinnacles and the world’s largest cave chamber which can fit in 40 Boeing 747 aircrafts called the Sarawak Chamber. One of its caves, the Deer Cave, is also the world second largest cave passage.
– Visit the four main caves: Deer, Lang, Clearwater and Wind.
– Walk along the 480 metres Mulu Canopy Skywalk.
– Go on one of the many exciting nature trails such as the Pinnacles Trail and the Medicine Plants Trail.
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