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Malaysia mulu city is located in the far northeast of Sarawak, and serves as an ideal gateway to fantastic and gigantic caves.The city is known  for Gunung Mulu National Park in Sarawak, bordering with Brunei. It has been declared as a World Heritage Site that comprises of hard to believe caves and karst formations in a mountainous equatorial rainforest setting. Thus park is known for its caves and the expeditions that place to explore the region.
With the mulu city guide Malaysia it would be easy to go on exploring the region. The Clear Water Cave is the longest cave passage, with almost 60km of known passages. Another of the caves Deer Cave, which has the largest cave passage, was in earlier times a shelter for hordes of deer. It also served as a human burial ground. Though it is now abode to millions of bats, which can be seen flying out in formation in search of food. One of the tourist attraction is the "Adam and Eve's Shower", which is a cascade of water falling down 120 meters from the cave roof. Malaysia mulu city also has a cave called the Wind Cave, on the Melinau River, welcoming visitors with a cool breeze. Within this caev is the King's Chamber, which is named for its magnificent display of stalactites and stalagmites of all shapes and sizes.

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houses challenging Pinnacles placed on Gunung Api (Fire Mountain) which is another of exciting place to visit. The amazing Pinnacles, have beeen sculptured and grooved by rain over the years and now rises to a height of 45 meters. Climbing is challenging task though satisfactory and one can reach in a 3 hour climb. The climb up to  the Pinnacles is a lovely experience as one passes a variety of wild orchids and pitcher plants rarely seen elsewhere while one treks upwards.
The city has retained its sense of adventure which is often linked with its original exploration in adventure activities. Mulu city guide Malaysia provides with excellent accommodation which is available at the five star luxury resort Royal Mulu Resort, or at cheaper lodgings across the river.