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Borneo Travel Guide by Lonely Planet

Borneo Travel Guide by Lonely Planet

Author:Lonely Planet
Language: eng
Format: epub
Publisher: Lonely Planet Publications


SEEING MOUNTAINS FROM THE INSIDE

Many of Sarawak’s limestone hills are as filled with holes as a Swiss cheese. Boardwalks let you stroll around in the Wind Cave, the Fairy Cave and the caverns of Niah National Park and Gunung Mulu National Park, but to get off the beaten track you need an experienced guide – someone just like UK-born James, who runs Kuching Caving ( 012-886-2347; www.kuchingcaving.com). He knows more than almost anyone about the 467 cave entrances that have been found within two hours of Kuching, the longest of which is 11km. For an all-day caving trip (9am to 8pm), he charges RM210 per person (minimum four), plus transport (RM50 per person).

To meet local cave-exploration enthusiasts and link up with a caving group that heads underground each Sunday, stop by Kuching’s Ruai bar.



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