The government of the Malaysian Borneo state of Sarawak has revoked a controversial oil palm concession adjacent to the UNESCO-listed Gunung Mulu National Park.
With so much still uncovered, trekking expeditions in Mulu are an experience that many people from across the world come to enjoy.
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.
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.
Source: Wildlife wonderment in Sarawak
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…
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.