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Travel Tip & Travelogue @ Mulu Park

Travel Tips @ Gunung Mulu National Park

Travel Tips @ Gunung Mulu National Park

Get in By plane: Gunung Mulu National Park has a small airport (code: MZV) which actually lies just outside the national park boundary. Most tour operators pick up passengers from the airport and bring them to their respective accommodations. Independent travellers can either thumb a lift from these operators or take a boat ride to […]

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The dark knights

The dark knights

Aditi Krishnan ”Curiously, millions of bats that fly out exit only from the left,” the programme droned on. Wistfully watching a documentary on National Geographic TV on the fascinating bat caves of Borneo had me wishing for a similar adventure in the wild. I had no inkling then that a few months down the line, […]

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Mulu Park Show Cave :: Racer Cave

Mulu Park Show Cave :: Racer Cave

The walk to Racer Cave takes about 40 minutes, or you can hire a boat and save time and energy. Your underground journey will take about 2 hours depending on the group size, the more people, the longer it will take (maximum of 8 persons). Racer cave exploration by VM Team, all photos are retrieved […]

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Mulu Park Sightseeing :: The Bat Exodus

Mulu Park Sightseeing :: The Bat Exodus

[tubepress video=”tak3PXi2QN8″] The Bat Exodus in Dear Cave of Gunung Mulu National Park is a wonder nature. About 3 million bats come out in droves and formation to find food before dusk is an amazing and spectacular view.

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Deer Cave: A Bats' World In Mulu National Park

Deer Cave: A Bats’ World In Mulu National Park

By Nurul Halawati Azhari MULU (Sarawak), Jan 11 (Bernama) — It was twilight and the entrance to the Deer Cave at the Mulu National Park was dusky. While the rain had just stopped adding to the chill of the mountain air, a group of eager visitors took a vantage position some distance away from the […]

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Mulu gives visitors an experience of nature in its pristine form

Mulu gives visitors an experience of nature in its pristine form

Story and photos by ANDY CHUA AMAZING. This was the only word that Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia Sdn Bhd brand communication head Sarah Choo could think of to describe the wonders of Mulu during a recent exploration. The brief sojourn, part of the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport and Triton test drive for the media, was a first […]

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Mulu Park Show Cave :: Cave of the Winds a.k.a Wind Cave

Mulu Park Show Cave :: Cave of the Winds a.k.a Wind Cave

The Wind Cave is named because of the cool breezes which can be felt at the narrow parts of the cave. It is easily accessible by boat and was partially explored by G.E Wilford of the Malaysian Geographical Society as long ago as the early 60’s. Wind Cave, with 7788m length which is part of […]

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Mulu Park Sightseeing :: The Pinnacles of Gunung Api

Mulu Park Sightseeing :: The Pinnacles of Gunung Api

Mount Api is famous for its striking limestone karst formations, commonly called “the pinnacles”. Gunung Api is the highest limestone mountain in Malaysia and its great attraction is the towereing limestone Pinnancles – an incredible stone forest standing 45 to 50 meters high, half way up the side of the mountain. Centuries of water have […]

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Mulu Park Show Cave: Sarawak Chamber @ Lubang Nasib Bagus

Mulu Park Show Cave: Sarawak Chamber @ Lubang Nasib Bagus

The Sarawak Chamber is a huge chamber in Gua Nasib Bagus (Good Luck Cave), it is considered to be the largest known underground chamber in the world. The chamber was discovered by three Englishmen in January 1981. Andy Eavis, Dave Checkley and Tony White (all experienced cave explorers) had been exploring the dense, unpopulated area […]

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Mulu Park Show Cave :: Bat Exodus at Deer Cave

Mulu Park Show Cave :: Bat Exodus at Deer Cave

The star of the caves is Deer Cave, which contains the world’s largest cave passage* – over 2km in length and 174m in height. The cave is reached from park headquarters by a fascinating 3km plankwalk. This is the area where deer used to shelter so the local Penan and Berawan people named the cave Gua […]

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