This trip to Julan Waterfalls, was organized by Danny from Sarawak.
3 of us from Waterfall Survivors, Harry and I from Peninsular, and Dr. Yeo from Miri was supposed to go on this trip. Due to some unforeseen matters, Harry and I did not manage to make it for this trip.
We managed to get the permission from Dr. John Yeo to share the pictures and descriptions with the Waterfall Survivors members.
Called Danny a day before the expedition to make sure that all the arrangements are fine. Dr. Yeo will meet them on 14th March to start the expedition to Julan Falls.
The later part of the expedition, the descriptions on the pictures tells it all…
Here you go…
14th March till 18th March 2010 - Julan Waterfall is both breathtaking and awesome. Locals divide it into 3 parts the third of which has a drop of 300m, tallest in Sarawak and most likely in South East Asia.
This is not the only waterfall on the Apau Plateau though. Dozens of other mighty falls are to be found in the same area. Lunch at Lapok..Everyone is still smiling… and looks fresh.. We have to share the logging track with giants like this one here. Each has 18 wheels and carries a load of up to 30 metric tons. Wild boar for afternoon tea.After a tiring journey, we spent the first night in this lovely rustic surrounding… Wah! Chilling dip before lunch. That is the life, man. Part 2 of Julan Falls. Our group frolicking near the pool.The interesting part about this waterfall is that it does not go right over the rock surface but pierces a hole below the surface leaving behind a stone bridge above herself. Some tree trunks are shown here stuck in the channel below the stone bridge Finally, glimpse of the great waters can be seen through the walls of trees.
Next one… DON’T BLINK YOUR EYES!!!
The mighty Julan Waterfall in full view. 1000 ft drop. Praise be to Almighty God. Just beside the great waters, all the humans seem so insignificant In the embrace of Mother Nature, we are made more aware of the gentle hand of the Great And Almighty Creator.This is another waterfall seen at a distance on our way back. Cannot identify it for now. Dozens of these waterfalls, each at hundreds of feet drop, abound in the Usun Apau area. Mission accomplished. Time to leave for home sweet home though reluctantly. Libau left these signs on some barks to reflect the Kenyah "adat".
That’s all from Mighty Julan.
Thanks again to Dr. John Yeo for the wonderful pictures. What a regret that I could not see the Mighty Julan with my own eyes… but from the pictures I could tell that she’s a BEAUTY… I just can’t wait till someday that I could feel her and touch her.. Oh.. Beautiful Julan Waterfalls.
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