Tag: MY – Gunung Mulu National Park

Exploring the Pinnacles of Nature at Gunung Mulu National Park; Priscilla Emmanuel; ExpatGo

With so much still uncovered, trekking expeditions in Mulu are an experience that many people from across the world come to enjoy.

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Revitalising tourism after a long lockdown; Jennifer Laeng; Borneo Post Online

Photo: STB

STB capitalises on mainstream media platform to have people know more about new norm travels in Sarawak AS Sarawak begins to gradually transition into the endemic phase and open up more economic sectors, including tourism, many people want to know that after being ‘locked down’ for more than a year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, is it safe to travel now? This was the highlighted question that Sarawak Tourism Board (STB) aimed to answer during a recent media familiarisation trip to Gunung Mulu National Park, run in collaboration with MASwings and Mulu Marriott Resort and Spa.

Source: Revitalising tourism after a long lockdown – Borneo Post Online

Malaysian Sarawak is home to nature adventures unlike anywhere else; Travel Weekly

To discover the Bornean state of Sarawak means taking the road less travelled. Here are a few hidden gems to carry with you for the rest of your life.

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Wildlife wonderment in Sarawak; New Straits Times

Shopping, sightseeing, savouring good food and having a whale of a time at the beach sounds like everyone’s idea of an ideal vacation, but a close to nature holiday may just make an invigorating difference. One can certainly find an abundance of verdant natural beauty, flora and fauna in Sarawak’s many parks and reserves.

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Stinky bean and Iban soup: sampling jungle food in Malaysia’s Sarawak; John Brunton; National

A foodie revolution is underway in this Malaysian state, bringing tribal fare, prepared by foraging the area’s forests for rare ingredients, to the fore…

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Sarawak’s Mulu Rainforest is Being Threatened by An Oil Palm Plantation, Here’s How You Can Help; Tara Thiagarajan; World Of Buzz

Over the past few months, an oil palm plantation located in the vicinity of Sarawak’s Mulu Rainforest has caused widespread concern among locals and environmentalists alike. The Mulu rainforest, part of the Gunung Mulu National Park, is Sarawak’s only UNESCO World Heritage Site, and this oil palm plantation is rapidly encroaching into this land.

Source: Sarawak’s Mulu Rainforest is Being Threatened by An Oil Palm Plantation, Here’s How You Can Help

I once discovered my own ‘Garden of Eden’; Robin Hanbury-Tenison; INews

Malaysia – Gunung Mulu National Park

Explorer Robin Hanbury-Tenison recalls in his new book how he discovered a network of caves in Borneo’s Gunung Mulu National Park – a magnificent place where humans had never before set foot.

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Sarawak Tourism Ministry mulls improving accessibility into Mulu; Bernama 

Malaysia – Gunung Mulu National Park

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Bat watching in Borneo’s UNESCO World Heritage Mulu National Park with MIC Cameras from Bosch; Security Info Watch

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