Co. Reg: 1043373-A (KPK/LN 7604) (MA4622)
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It has been frequently noted that Mulu "defies description". What follows is not an attempt to describe Mulu but rather an attempt to entice and prepare you, the potential visitor, for the adventure that awaits within Sarawak's largest National Park.
The famous pinnacles rise above the tree tops (over 45m) with their razor-sharp tips at Gunung Api and Benarat. In the limestone beneath the jungle canopy lie some of the world's most impressive caves. It includes the world's largest cave passage (Deer Cave), the world's largest natural chamber (Sarawak Chamber), and at 110km, the longest cave in South East Asia (Clearwater Cave). Just for the record, Sarawak Chamber can accommodate 40 Boeing 747 aircraft with room to spare and Deer Cave can hold England's St. Paul's Cathedral five times over. To date, about 195km of cave passage has been surveyed and more is expected to be revealed.
The four show caves can be visited as day trips from Park HQ, the Clearwater Cave, Deer Cave, Lang Cave and Wind Cave. A more adventurous visitor is encouraged to do the Mulu Summit, the Head Hunter's Trail, the Pinnacles or Adventure Caving.
Contained in the boundaries of Gunung Mulu National Park, all the major inland vegetation types of Borneo, Sarawak's second highest peak and the most extensive and spectacular cave system on earth. All these and so much more within an area of about 544 sq. km (52,866 ha.).
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