Hiking – Cave in Kuching
A drive of 50 mins journey out of Kuching to an old gold mining cave . Caves are important natural resources because of their unique beauty, their history, and their role in a healthy environment. From scientific research and recreation buffs, go on a field trip to explore the wonders of the caves.
Hiking – Cave in Miri (Niah Cave)
Niah Cave, UNESCO’s Wolrd Heritage Site, located on the northern edge of a limestone mountain Gunung Subis (Mount Subis), a prehistorical site where human remains from 40,000 years ago have been found. The caves are also well known for the current bird nests’ industry. Every section of the ceiling in the caves where swiflets roost, is privately owned and only the owner has the right to collect the nests done half-yearly usually in the months of January and June.
Hiking – Hill in Miri (Canada Hill)
The Canada Hill Discovery Trail features different trails and terrains, from amateur to hiking purist , if by chance to capture the sights of the animals and plants both by day and by night. As the trails climb, visitors can see the layers of the forest and unparalleled views of the distant landscapes. Night trail findings of creepy crawlers and plants, the breadth of diversity of plants, reptiles, amphibians, insects, fungi and so on, to be found along the trail. The trail is well frequented daily by thrill adrenaline seekers.
Hiking – Hill in Mulu (Gunung Mulu)
High biodiversity and karst features, Gunung Mulu National Park, is the most studied tropical karst area in the world. The park is dominated by Gunung Mulu, a 2,377 m-high sandstone pinnacle, a high risk and extreme hike. The Sarawak Chamber in Gua Nasib Bagus (Good Luck Cave) is the largest known cave chamber in the world in Gunung Mulu National Park