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Sarawak, the land famous for its hornbills, is the largest state in Malaysia. It is located on the south-western corner of Borneo. Sarawak in its entirety is unique. Visitors will be enthralled by its vast rainforests, caves, flora and fauna and diverse ethnic communities. The uniqueness of this state even dates back to hundred years of history. To put it in a nutshell, Sarawak has a multi faceted history. It is one of heroic adventure, romance, piracy and rebellion.

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Mulu Cave: located in the Mulu National Park. These enormous caverns contain Southeast Asia's largest caves system and other major caves which can only be described in superlatives. The spectacular Sarawak Chamber, the largest cave in the world is claimed to be able to accommodate 40 Boeing-747 aircraft. The Clear Water Cave and the Deer Cave are no less intriguing for cave explores. More National park Sarawak Museum: The Sarawak Museum, located in Jalan Tun Abang Haji Openg, is one of Asia's finest. It houses a collection of Bornean ethnological and archaeological items and an exhibition featuring a reconstruction of the great Niah Caves, with remains of the Neolithic people who lived in the Caves. More Places of interest


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