After breakfast at the resort, we take a short boat ride to the Wind Cave. True to its name, we can feel cool bridges in the narrow parts of the cave. The cave has many notable stalactites, stalagmites, flow rocks, helictites and rock corals, some of which are illuminated.
From the Wind Cave, we take a short plank walk along the sides of limestone cliffs. The plank way leads to 200 steps stairway cut into the hillside, opening to the mouth of Clearwater Cave. With its underground river, Clearwater Cave boasts incredible physical features and formations on its limestone walls and the plank walkways, paths. And also small floating bridges inside, visit for an enjoyable experience.
We return to our resort for lunch, and after some rest, we will join the canopy walk. This 1574 foot long skyway, suspended 65.5 foot high above the ground, winds through the lush treetops with tranquil river views down and the soaring heights of the nearby limestone cliffs above. This two-hour-long guided walk leads you through the ferns and vines and gives you a unique opportunity to view the jungle’s unusual inhabitants.
Afterward, return to the resort and spend the rest of the evening at leisure.
Overnight in Mulu National Park.