Mount Mulu, Sarawak, Malaysia
Mount Mulu, Borneo– MalaysiaThis is a raw landscape respected by the local inhabitants and refreshingly un-changed by human hands. Reaching the summit takes around four days of what I’d call, intense trekking, a little breathless we eventually reached the highest point, 7,800 feet above sea level. Dense rainforests host an abundance of weird and wonderful wildlife all of which have taught the indigenous Penan people how to thrive in this trying environment.
The scenery is more than impressive, as are the caves of the Mulu National Park, nestled amongst ancient trees and set deep into the mountain these are definitely worth a look in.