Malaysia is known for having some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. However, the Southeast Asian paradise is also known for its plethora of opportunities for adventure travelers.
According to WildJunket.com, Mulu is Malaysias adventure capital, complete with challenging hikes through the dense jungle, beautiful caves and even the opportunity to stay in a homestay with native tribes.
Explore the Sarawak Chamber - the words largest underground cavity that is located in Gua Nasib Bagus for an adventure caving experience. It takes about a full day to reach the chamber, and the cave is about 700 meters long, 415 meters wide and 80 meters high, according to the news source.
Climb through The Pinnacles, which are a series of limestone pillars jutting out of the mountain side like razors. They cane be found just about half way along your hike up to Mount Apri, a 2.4 kilometer trail that ascends 1200 meters up a steep path.
The best way to explore Mulu is with a small group of people, to minimize the group's impact on the environment.