Possessing a mysterious beauty, Gunung Mulu national park Malaysia has been recognized as the World heritage site since 2000. Now, why not making some Gunung Mulu national park tours via photos? Yes, probably the easiest way to enjoy its nature might be via Gunung Mulu national park photos.
Gunung Mulu national park Sarawak Borneo Malaysia is near the shared border between Malaysia and Brunei. Photo: wonderfulmalaysia.
Lying on an area of about 52865 ha, Gunung Mulu national park Borneo Malaysia is so rich in its natural features including primeval tropical forest, all-year-round-rushing rivers, limpid streams and so on. Photo: thousandwonders.
Gunung Mulu national park in Malaysia is strikingly impressive with 3 superb mountains namely Gunung Mulu (2.376m), Gunung Api (1.750m) and Gunung Benarat (1.585m). Photo: mulupark.
The natural beauty of Gunung Mulu national park’s cave system is still well-preserved. That’s an unspoiled majestic beauty of stalactites. Photo: pinterest.
Caves inside Gunung Mulu national park in Malaysia have been blessed with a perfect structure and the amazing combination of pure limestone layers and spectacular waterfalls. Photo: holidaygogogo.
Standing out not only because of underground wonders, Gunung Mulu national park Malaysia also lures visitors by its exquisite beauty of primeval forest, diversified fauna and flora ecosystem. Photo: thebaldgourmet.
Deep caves house oddly-shaped stalactites formed millions of years ago. Photo: attractionsinmalaysia.
Gunung Mulu national park Malaysia is also a home of more than 4000 types of mushrooms, 1700 species of mosses and 3500 types of plants. Photo: fatgirldoestheworld.
Having survived through thousands years with myriad of pouring rains , Gunung Mulu national park Sarawak Borneo Malaysia has given birth to rushing streams threading ways among numerous underground caves.
UNESCO designated the Gunung Mulu National Park a World Heritage Site in 2000. Gunung Mulu National Park is surely the proud of Malaysia.