This page contains pictures of some of nature (fauna and flora are separate) that I saw in Borneo. The scenery is great. I especially liked the cave that I visited, and Mt. Kinabalu. Kinabalu Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Mount Kinabalu from the air. (512k) Mount Kinabalu. (891k) River meanders in the rain forest. (439k) Rain forest with remains of morning mist. (1131k) In the rain forest. (924k) Rain forest along the Kinabatangan River. (775k) Moon rise over the rain forest. (532k) Evening on one of the turtle islands. (580k) Mud volcano in the Tabin Wildlife Reserve. (1018k) Close-up of mud volcano in the Tabin Wildlife Reserve. (829k) Close-up of mud volcano in the Tabin Wildlife Reserve. (658k) Entrance to the bat cave. (1091k) Entrance to the bat cave. You can gauge the size of the cave entrance from the size of the palm trees. (958k) The inside of the bat cave. For a size reference, to the right of the big rock in the foreground are some people. Some of the black spots on the ceiling are bats, millions of them. (362k) Large stalactite/stalagmite formation. (777k) Multi-colored stalactite formation. (688k) Weird stalagmite. (791k) Stalactite/stalagmite column. (739k) Stalactite with water droplet. (538k) Water dripping from Stalactite to Stalagmite. (472k) Stalagmite and Stalagmite joined together. (633k) Flow formation in the limestone cave. It lets you determine the flow direction of the water (in this case coming towards you). (536k) Phyto karst. This is caused by bacteria and algae that grow on the limestone and erode it. It is pointed towards the light source that sustains the growth. (1196k) This stalagmite formation looks a bit obscene. (524k)