Borneo's Gunung Mulu National Park and UNESCO World Heritage Site has beautiful mountains, lush rain forests and an extensive limestone cave system. The park also offers the world's longest canopy walkway - the "Canopy Skywalk." Travel and landscape photography by Jollence Lee.
One can discover the beauty of the Gunung Mulu National Park in Malaysia’s Borneo Jungle. It is home to the most expansive and impressive limestone cave system in the world as well as over 8,000 species of plants. Unfortunately, it can be quite cumbersome to get there; those adventurous souls who want to explore its enchanting beauty can do so only by air or, sometimes, riverboat.
In Borneo, deep in Sarawak’s Gunung Mulu National Park, lie the most spectacular caves on earth. Over millennia the flow of water draining from the slopes of G.Mulu towards the sea has cut deep gorges through the Park’s limestone mountains and, within the rock itself, a complex network of vast caves has been formed.