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Welcome to Gunung Mulu National Park. This 200-square mile nature preserve located in Malaysian Borneo contains a unique combination of caverns and rainforest, and you can see both when you arrive in this lush, ancient landscape.
Gunung Mulu National Park tours typically focus on its immense cave system. Over the years, hundreds of expeditions have been dispatched into its numerous underground cathedrals, though not all of them have been fully explored. Once inside, you can walk down miles of subterranean pathways that are set inside and beneath the twisting mountain ranges that form Gunung Mulu National Park. Don’t worry; guides are available to take you safely through these silent wonders.
Your Gunung Mulu National Park tourism isn’t limited to the underground, though. You can explore the surrounding rainforest that teems with wildlife, or embark on the longest canopy tour in the world. If you’d like to see a greater swath of the park, hop into one of the many boats and take in the view from the river. At sunset, gather with other visitors at the Bat Observatory for a special treat: the Bat Exodus. Twelve species of these nocturnal creatures swarm out of the caves once the sun descends to begin their nightly hunting. It’s a sight you won’t soon forget!
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