A Detailed Write-up about Mulu Pinnacles Trip (with photos)

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*content is credited to the original owner A three day adventure exploring one of the biggest cave systems in the world, and climbing up to The Pinnacles, a unique karst formation in Mulu National Park. Getting to Mulu is the first challenge… I’d organised the 4D3N itinerary a month ago through Tropical Adventure Tours & Travel (who were very efficient and easy to deal with), then booked two MASwings flights from KL connecting via Kuching. I wasn’t sure exactly what to …

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Things to bring when travelling to Mulu Park for your adventure tour

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Things to bring when travelling to Mulu Park for your adventure tour 1.    Water bottle This is a necessary item even for simple trekking. It is easy to dehydrate during your excursion, so please bring plenty of water even though it may weight a bit more than you had wanted when you go trekking at Mulu National Park.  2.    Good trekking shoes There might be some slippery trails and you need to walk carefully to avoid slipping off some boulders. …

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Do’s and Dont’s in the Jungle

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Do’s:   Dress Right: Comfortable attire is a must. Sometimes, you have to walk on uneven terrain, so wearing jeans or such makes it harder to walk. You need to wear clothes that cover your legs in case of some shrubs or thatches that can cause small injury and insects’ bites. Jungle is also the home of leeches, covering your legs and wear socks to prevent yourself from donating your much needed blood to the bloodsucker. To avoid mosquito bites, …

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Let us Tee Off With MASwings Special Promo Fare

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Let’s Tee Off With MASwings Special Promo Fare Have you picked your travel dates yet or are you still planning your destination? Are you looking for that affordable flight tickets? Well folks here it is! It is time to Tee Off with MASwings promo fare! . Let’s Tee Off With MASwings promo fare price are from Kuching to Balikpapan at RM 99, Kuching to Pontianak at RM 160, and Kuching to Bandar Seri Begawan at RM 145! . You may …

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Mulu National Park Adventure Begins Right Now

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History: Gunung Mulu National Park was founded by the Royal Geographical Society in year 1977-1978. It was then later officially declared as a world heritage by the UNESCO World Heritage Site. The characteristics of the mountainous area are well known for its caves and expeditions that are fitted for all sorts of tough and challenging exploring activities. Other than that it is also well known for its karst shape mountainous area. It has the largest known natural chamber room called …

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Show Caves of Mulu

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Sarawak Borneo’s Mulu National Park holds some of the largest and most remarkable caves in the world and the Show Caves of Mulu is not something to be missed for nature lovers and adventurers alike. The Show Caves of Mulu is widely regarded as Sarawak’s top attraction and is a Unesco-listed site. All four of the Show Caves in the Park were moulded by the action of water dissolving the limestone and by the force of powerful rivers flowing through them, each with …

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Adventure to Mulu National Park

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Mulu National Park is widely regarded as Sarawak’s top attraction and is a Unesco heritage-listed site. It is the most heavily promoted of all the state’s national parks and is one of the most popular destinations in Sarawak, Borneo. The park is an unspoilt nature site, offering caving, trekking and wildlife-viewing. It can be enjoyed simply for its natural magnificence, or undertaken as a challenge that even experienced outdoors enthusiasts will delight in. Among the incredible features in this 529-sq-km …

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The Exciting Adventure of Mulu Pinnacles Sarawak

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Sharp jagged peaks piercing through deep forest, jutting straight upwards to clear blue skies, the famed Mulu Pinnacles in North Sarawak , stood silent and intimidating, challenging many to conquer its steep slopes and limestone formations, it being one of UNESCO heritage site.   An astonishing sculpture of nature carved over centuries, the Mulu Pinnacles Sarawak rising to 40-50 metre heights and at times shrouded by passing clouds, were gloriously situated halfway up Mount Api (Gunung Api).  With the viewing point …

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First Encounter with Mulu National Park

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I never knew that a veil could be formed in the sky. That was what happened in Mulu National Park… A seemingly endless stream of bats surging out of Deer Cave in search of food. It was a sight to behold and I was awe-struck for the 15-20 minutes it took for the undulating black ribbon, and last bat, to leave the cave as dusk began to fall. Bon appetite! I thought to myself. I stayed in one of the …

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