An eco-adventure land, Sarawak is supreme for trekking, caving, mountain climbing, kayaking, biking, rafting, and also not to forget diving.The tropical waters of both Peninsular Malaysia and Borneo offer some of the world’s top scuba diving. You can dive with whale sharks, hover around huge coral gardens and walls, or dive on ominous and hulking WWII shipwrecks. A visit to the rainforest is on the priority list in the itineraries of all visitors to Malaysia. Malaysian rainforests are unique in the world and also the oldest on the planet.Nature has been almost as liberal to Malaysia regarding its caves as it has with the rain forest. Both the world’s massive single cave chamber and the longest cave passage in Southeast Asia can be found in Sarawak’s extraordinary Gunung Mulu National Park.This article will provide you top 10 outdoor activities in Sarawak.