A treetop walk in Gunung Mulu National Park. It must be exciting to cross that bridge!
This is a touchnote card sent by Gracinha.
Photo by www.drokpa.com
A Unesco-listed site widely regarded as Sarawak’s top attraction, Gunung Mulu is the most heavily promoted of the state’s national parks and one of the most popular destinations in Borneo. The park is an unspoilt wilderness offering caving, trekking and wildlife-viewing. It can be enjoyed simply for its beauty, or tackled as a challenge that even experienced outdoors enthusiasts will relish. However, as a privately managed park, Mulu is also the source of considerable controversy with regard to political profiteering and native land rights. - in: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/malaysia/malaysian-borneo-sarawak/gunung-mulu-national-park