Gunung Mulu National Park, Malaysia
The Gunung Mulu National Park is a protected rainforest of Malaysia which spreads across an area of 528 square kilometres. The place is famous for mountains made up of limestones and longest cave network. One of the caves, the Sarawak chamber, is the largest known natural chamber in the world. Similarly, deer cave is one the world’s biggest cave passage.The park is also home to the rarest and the most beautiful flora and fauna. Thousands of tourists come to visit this wonder of nature. The national park is also one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.