Wednesday, 15 April 2015

M is for Mulu National Park and Malaysia


Mulu National Park is yet another UNESCO World Heritage Site, this time in Sarawak, Malaysia. It's best known for its enormous caves, and also for these amazing pinnacles and cliffs.

The Mulu Caves Project started in 1977 when the Royal Geographical Society sent 100 scientists there for over a year.  Since then, there have been more than 20 others which you can read about on the Mulu Caves website - there are some amazing pictures there!


4 comments:

  1. This bird's eye view is spectacular! I have to google now how tall are these pinnacles.

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  2. Beautiful! I'm a bit clausterphobic so small caves and I don't like each other, but if there's moving room and air a plenty...then I'm ok.

    Sandy at Bridge and Beyond

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  3. This looks like a great place to visit

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