Showing posts from April, 2014

Deer Cave, Gunung Mulu National Park

Next is the Deer Cave after my exploration in the Lang Cave which is sitting just next to this cave. Even there are side by side but their cave structure is totally different. The entrance of the Deer Cave is wider, bigger and taller than Lang Cave .  It is called Deer Cave is obviously because there were a lot of deer coming in and out this cave. After men exploration into this cave, the deer has switch their habitat to another place. The ceiling is really high and there are lack of artificial light in this cave. Everything is fully depending on the sunlight.  It is another feeling to have bright sunlight shining through the entrance of the cave. By the way, as you can see on the right side of the pillar, they said you can see the side face of the 16th president of the United States, Abraham Lincoln. The angle must be really right and you got to have the imagination for it to see it clearly. This cave is bigger and will takes you about 15 minutes walk around the

Lang Cave, Gunung Mulu National Park

The moment we touched down from Kota Kinabalu, we were rushed to Lang Cave and Deer Cave . For this post, I will just introduce about Lang Cave only. If you walk in to the information counter, this tour is chargeable at RM25/pax for these 2 caves. It is just 1.5km walk to the destination. A guide is compulsory. They have a well built walking platform for us to walk on safely to the destination. They are amazing ground to see along the road. The trees are mighty tall and strong. Basically, the trees are remain untouched for many many years. I am glad they are doing that so that my generation will still able to see the same tree grows even bigger and stronger. We are lucky enough to see a lantern bug. There are always come in pair. Lovely couple. We took almost 30 minutes to reach the destination. We have wasted so much time in taking photographs along the journey. Luckily we are there early because we were told by the guide that we are going to see the bats flyin

Gunung Mulu National Park

It has been a very long time, I have always wanted to make a point to come to Mulu. Mulu is the World Heritage Site with lots of attractions to visit. It is all about nature here at Mulu especially when you touchdown at their airport, your phone signal is totally out of service. No one can call in or calling out. Mulu is basically a tiny town surrounded by tall mountains. Sometimes do think again, it is a good thing to get disconnected with technology and get closer with the green. The airport here is truly small and only MASwings is providing the flight service to Mulu from Miri, Kota Kinabalu, Kuching and Brunei. Basically this is the main transportation to other city. The other way is by boat but during the dry season, no boat will be at service because the water level on the river is too low. This is their luggage collection area. Small eh? Everything is manual.  Their check-in counter is very small too. Basically is solely occupied by MASwings. There are priva