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Mulu: Lang Cave

Sarawak, MALAYSIA

First stop of the four showcaves: Lang Cave.

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Entrance to Lang Cave.

Lang Cave was named after the Berawan guide who founded it, Lang Belarek. It is the smallest of Mulu's showcaves but certainly not any less impressive nor beautiful. It is considered an active cave as rainwater continues to drip and dissolve existing limestones to form and re-form at every second of the day.

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Lang Cave walkways were well paved and formations brightly illuminated to showcase its beauty.

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Beautiful white limestones resembling corals and jellyfish in Lang Cave.
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Posted by mingtravel 07:05 Archived in Malaysia

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