Mount Mulu National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Home to one of the richest biodiversity treasures in the world with endless rare wildlife, plants and flowers, it is also home to one of the longest networks of caves in the world.
Sarawak Chamber, the world’s largest underground chamber is approximately the size of 40 Boeing 747 aeroplanes. The Deer Cave, the world’s biggest cave passage has a capacity of five St. Paul’s Cathedral (London). The Clear Water Cave is the longest cave in Southeast Asia. The massive caves here are also home to millions of bats and swiftlets that swarm out into the jungle every evening.
Mount Mulu National Park also has some of the fine examples of tropical limestone weathering in the world, including enormous razor-sharp pinnacles and deep-cut canyons called The Pinnacles.
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