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Saturday October 8, 2011
Dubbed the “most spectacular caves on earth” by international cave experts, Gunung Mulu National Park is unsurprisingly picked as the best caving destination by speleologist and freelance journalist Liz Price.
Kuala Lumpur-based Price has been caving in South-East Asia for more than 20 years.
With one of the longest networks of caves in the world, the Unesco World Heritage site is bestowed with a long list of superlatives. It houses the world’s largest underground chamber –
apparently, you can squeeze in 40 Boeing 747 airplanes in the Sarawak Chamber.
The world’s biggest cave passage, the Deer Cave can fit cathedrals the size of Saint Paul’s in London and is where you can watch millions of bats swarming out at dusk. Then there’s Clearwater Cave, the longest cave in South-East Asia.
“Many caves have spectacular formations and are home to a wide variety of cave fauna,” says Price.
The adventurous can opt for adventure caving where you crawl, climb, scramble or squeeze through narrow cave passages while marvelling at the spectacular formations and creatures.
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