Spelunking and Caves Exploration
Malaysia is one of few places on earth where nature can be seen in its pristine condition. Imagine walking through a series of small claustrophobic passages, which suddenly opens up into humongous chambers. You will not only be amaze by the sheer size of the caves, but also with the exotic flora and fauna that can be seen within. These caves are home or refuge to hundreds of species of birds, reptiles and mammals, and are often nestled within verdant tropical rainforests and mangroves.
The UNESCO World Heritage Site Gunung Mulu National Park caves in Sarawak is the crown prince of all, featuring not only Gua Nasib Bagus – the world’s largest single cave chamber, and also the longest cave passage in Southeast Asia!