The Mulu National Park located on the island of Borneo is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Although famous for its world beating cave systems and large colonies of bats, the Park also has an abundance of flora and fauna in various forest types interspersed amongst limestone outcrops and karst formations. One easy walk is along the Sungai Paku (Paku River) Trail that leads to the Deer Cave. Here are some of the things you might see along the 90 minutes walk. At the end of the walk, there is a staging area where you can watch millions of bats take off in the early evening on their nightly food hunt but that is material for a different post. Hope you enjoy the current photos (All photos by LGS).