We woke up to the sound of birds chirping early that morning. One of my friend, even took out her binoculars to have a closer look at the birds from her bed, which was next to the window.
However, we've decided to explore the grounds of the national park, right after breakfast. Armed with cameras, a pair of binoculars each and water containers, we headed towards the path that lead us to Lang and Deer Caves.
It didn't take us long to stumble upon something that perked our interest. Being in a place, as rich in biodiversity as Mulu, a good pair of eyes and ears are the prerequisite. We heard different sounds of bird calls and was quite fortunate to catch a glimpse of a few species perched high up on the trees, thanks to the binoculars that we brought along.
- Canopy Walk
There's no way out but down.
The final leg of the journey; the lowest of all the suspension bridge.
One of the biggest trees we've encountered along our way to the canopy walkway. The trunk width is even bigger than the four of us combined.
Need a sugar fix: Try ice-cream with barbecued banana.
My first encounter of rain in the rainforest.