|Stamps showing Malaysian caves & karst
Mountains of Malaysia stamps showing Mulu, issued on 26 April 2006.
Set of 4 stamps. One of the 50c stamps (lower right) shows Gunung Mulu with some pinnacles in the front right.
The sheet of 50c stamps has 20 stamps, 10 of which are the Mulu ones, and the top border of the sheet shows the pinnacles.
Maximum card which shows the pinnacles top left.
Gunung Mulu & pinnacles
card of pinnacles
rear of card
World Heritage stamps showing Mulu, issued 9 April 2009
One stamp in the set of 4 shows Mulu's pinnacles
FDC shows the pinnacles
minature sheet showing Deer Cave
sheet of pinnacles & Kinabalu
postcard with printed stamp of pinnacles
Visit Malaysia Year 2007 shows Mulu & Perlis
stamp shows the pinnacles
postcard of Gua Kelam, Perlis
rear of card
25th January 2003, a series was issued on the serow. The serow, or kambing gurun, inhabits limestone mountains and forests. There are 3 stamps, one 30c and 2 at 50c, all showing the Naemorhedus sumatraensis. See serow photo.
The serow also featured on a special Nordic gold coin issued 2003 by Bank Negara as part of a series on endangered animals.
1983 East-West highway. 15c stamp shows the Lower Pergau River Bridge 11 km from Kampung Jeli, Kelantan. In the corner is a karst hill, Gunung Reng.
1994 N-S highway 30c stamp shows the highway passing through the Kinta Valley in Perak, with a limestone hill in the background. This hill is possibly Gunung Panjang
1986 series on Pacific Area Travel Association (PATA) conference. The 40c stamp shows an Indian dancer and Batu caves steps.
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Last updated 5 June 2010