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This tropical country located in South East Asia is a home to 28.3 million Malaysians, with various religions and languages. Despite their difference in any aspects, the people in Malaysia has devoted their life in the protection and conservation of their natural resources and at the same time improving their economy without disturbing these natural wonders. Malaysia is now becoming ... Read More »

Mulu Cave

Mulu cave is taken in reference to the Gunung Mulu National Park. This park is located near Miri Sarawak in Malaysian Borneo. Mulu cave is a UNESCO world heritage site which features magnificent karst and cave formations set against a back drop of equatorial rain forest. The Park has become renowned worldwide for it expeditions which were mounted in 1977-78 ... Read More »

Kinabalu National Park

Kinabalu National Park is also known as Taman Negra Kinabalu in Malaysia. The park is one of the first national parks in Malaysia having been founded in 1964. The site is also the first site in Malaysia to be awarded the honours of becoming a UNESCO world heritage site in late 2000. The park has over 4,500 plants species and ... Read More »