Gunung Mulu National Park near is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in Miri, Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo. The park is named after Mount Mulu, the second highest mountain in Sarawak. Its a sandstone mountain rising to 7,795 ft. Mulu is the home to ious types of rock formations, enormous caves, rock pinnacles, vast cave networks, cliffs and gorges. The park is well-known for its limestone karst formations in a hilly equatorial rainforest setting. There are some amazing caves inside this famous national park. There were quite an expedition in the past to explore the beauty of the mountains and the enclosing forest. Mulu Park also houses the largest known natural chamber or room in Malaysia. Sarawak Chamber is found in the Gua Nasib Bagus. Other famous caves in the park area include Wind Cave, Benarat Cavern, and Clearwater Cave. The last one contains one of the world's largest underground river systems. It stretches over an area of 30,347,540 m. It is known to be the largest cave in the world by volume. Fauna
The Mulu park houses about eight species of hornbills. The iety includes the White-crowned Hornbill Berenicornis, Aceros comatus, the Helmeted Hornbill Buceros vigil along with the Rhinoceros Hornbill Buceros rhinoceros which has got place in the state emblem of Sarawak. Around twenty seven species of bats are found in Mulu. There is a cave in the southern limestone hills of the park called Deer Cave, which is a massive colony of Wrinkle-lipped bats Tadarida plicata. The iety of mammals in Mulu includes the shrews, Bearded pig Sus barbatus, the Bornean Tarsier Tarsius bancanus, the long-tailed Macaque Macaca fascicularis, the moonrat Echinosorex gymnurus, squirrels and gibbons. The park houses two types of deers as well. Basically mouse deer and small barking deer are very common among them. A particular iety of Malaysian sun bear, the only bear known in South-East Asia, is also available within the park called Helarctos malayanus. Flora
There are enormous species of plants in the Gunung Mulu National Park. The iety of plants includes trees, flowering plants, and fungi. The soil type, topography, and geology of this park enhance the park to grow a rich tapestry of plant zones. Gunung Mulu also houses different types of forests which include lower montane forest, mossy or upper montane forest, lowland mixed dipterocarp forest, and summit zone vegetation on the highest peaks.