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Guidebooks and Manuals

Field Guide to the Plants of the Deer Cave Trail
Field Guide to the Plants of the Deer Cave Trail Gunung Mulu National Park Sarawak

Located 100 km east of Miri, Gunung Mulu National Park is the largest national park in Sarawak, covering an area of 528.64 sq km. The park is known for its karst features, which are among the most studied tropical karst in the world. Intricate cave systems can be found within sandstone and limestone mountains in the park, highest of which is Gunung Mulu at 2,376 meters.

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