Post by Brian Roebuck on Dec 1, 2007 8:55:46 GMT -5
Gunung Mulu National Park, Malaysia
Content Partner: United Nations Environment Programme-World Conservation Monitoring Centre (other articles) Article Topics: Ecotourism, Geography and Ecology This article has been reviewed and approved by the following Topic Editor: Mark McGinley (other articles) Last Updated: November 29, 2007 Introduction Gunung Mulu National Park is a World Heritage Site located at 3°56'-4°16'N, 114°47'-115°00'E.
Geographical Location The nominated World Heritage Site is located on the island of Borneo, in northern Sarawak, Malaysia approximately 110 kilometers (km) west of the town of Miri. It lies between the headwaters of the Tutuh River, a tributary of the Baram River, in the Fourth administration Division of Sarawak, and the Medalam River, a tributary of the Limbang river in the Fifth Division. The park therefore spans a watershed between the fourth and fifth administration Divisions of Sarawak, with the north-west boundary of the Park lying along the international boundary with Brunei Darussalam. Geographical co-ordinates for the park are: 3°56'-4°16'N, 114°47'-115°00'E.