Food Adventures in Malaysia: Day 13, Langs Cave in Gunung Mulu National Park
Words can not even explain Langs Cave. Truly awe inspiring with its colors, formations, crystal clear pools…..truly a once in a lifetime experience that I’m so lucky to have had. Our guide was great and let us stay longer than we were supposed to, which gave me a chance to take it all in and get some great pictures. No tasty treats to speak of, but one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever seen.
Borneo Cave Worms Picture
The little white strands in this picture are actually strands of saliva/mucus from cave worms. The worms drop these “spit” lines to snare insects that fly through the cave. Mmm….dinner. These are similar to the worms that were shown on Planet Earth – Caves.
Limestone Water Grows Stalagmites and Stalactites in Malaysian Caves
I thought this was so awesome….growing at the top and the bottom. I like that the camera picked up the water drops.
Borneo has Bacon Ceilings in Langs Cave
These “curtains” growing on the ceiling were just incredible.
Gunung Mulu has Jellyfish in Langs Cave
This is part of the jellyfish formation.
Langs Cave Crystal Clear Water Pools and Haunting Beauty
This growth in the pool of water was completely bizarre. I love the water drop circles.
The beauty of these pools and area of the cave is just so amazing.
The Bald Gourmet visits Langs Cave while in Malaysia, and is left speechless by its beauty.
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