Proclaimed as a World Heritage site in November 2000, the Mulu World Heritage area is a land of wonders. This tourist spot in Malaysia is located in the Miri Division, Sarawak. The land is filled with dense equatorial rain forests, lofty mountains, and huge caves. The steep limestone cliffs have a sinister shade and some of them seem like they are straight out of a Gothic horror novel. The huge underground chambers, massive subterranean rivers, and beautiful cave formations are awe-inspiring sights. The other landforms in this unique park are gorges, karst towers, hot springs, rugged summits and so on. There are refreshing small waterfalls that will make your trek through the forest enjoyable. Make sure to call on Danum valley on your Malasia tour.