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Must Visit Places : Borneo Rainforest Canopy Walkway, Malaysia

November 4, 2011 by

 Borneo Rainforest Canopy Walkway, Malaysia

THE Mulu National Park’s 480-metre Canopy Skywalk, is the world’s longest tree-based canopy walk. The Canopy Skywalk, suspended 20-metres above the forest floor, was built by local communities with advice from experts on design and structure.  It winds among the lush treetops with a tranquil river running below and the soaring heights of nearby limestone cliffs above.

The Skywalk follows a circular route suspended between 15 trees with a separate exit tower. There are also platforms at each of the 15 trees for visitors to stop and admire the lush surroundings.



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  1. CK Lai says:

    This is not Mulu National Park. This is actually Danum Valley.


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