Monday, July 26, 2010

Go Jungle Trekking, Go to Mulu Caves.

Taman Negara National Park Malaysia
All you adventure freaks! Get ready, pump up the adrenaline. Set foot onto the Gulung Mulu National Park to explore this undiscovered jewel of Sarawak.

Admire virgin rainforests flanked by jungle streams on either side, go on a boat ride excursion on the Melinau river, visit the Penan tribe longhouse settlement, you’re on a roll in Mulu.


Gunung Mulu National ParkTrek your way through the long canopy skywalk, the world’s longest. The views and sensations are a complete romance of the senses. Walk through towering green trees to be greeted by colourful butterflies, huge insects, green lizards, wreathed hornbills and lush ferns.

Gua Tempurung CavesWant to view one of the largest limestone caves in the world? Catch a glimpse of the Lang Cave, a small intimate cave with delicate stone shawls draped from the ceiling, masses of stalagmites, stalactites and pillars millions years old made of fragile rim stone. Intriguing?

And last but not the least, you cannot miss the deer cave. Pass through the large mouth of the cave passage and you’re surrounded by the sounds of millions of bats along with thousands of swiftlets swooping in the darkness.
Want to make this place your stay? Unwind at the Royal Mulu Resort.


2 comments:

  1. Sounds interesting. It just made me wanna grab my backpack and explore those wonderful caves in Malaysia!

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  2. Sounds like an adventure indeed. I'll take up your suggestion and consider this one for my trekking trip this summer.

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