The Mulu national park, situated in Malaysian state of Sarawak in Borneo,
is the most significant national park in east Malaysia. Encompassing lush rainforests, jagged limestone peaks, and an extensive cave system, Mulu is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a testament to its natural magnificence.
Mulu is mainly known for its remarkable caves, among the largest and most awe-inspiring in the world. The Sarawak Chamber, found in the Deer Cave, holds the title of the world's largest cave chamber by area, while the Clearwater Cave System mesmerizes explorers with its intricate network of passages and underground rivers.
But Mulu also has a rich biodiversity. Towering trees, orchids, and carnivorous pitcher plants thrive here, while various species of birds, primates, and bats call this biodiverse haven home.
A network of forest trails starts from the park headquarters and extends into the rainforest.