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Mulu World Heritage Area

Miri, Malaysia
+60 85-792 300
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The forested mountains feature spectacular razor-edged pinnacles and hide one of the largest limestone cave systems in the world.
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Miri, Malaysia
+60 85-792 300

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A place out of busy city. Phone without network, so that can enjoy every moment here. Things to do: UNESCO Gunung Mulu National Park. Canopy Skywalk. Deer and Lang Cave. Clear Water cave & Wind Cave. Pinnacle Expedition. Sarawak Chamber tour. Long Langsat River Walk....More

Thank kwlee23200
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

I spent the last 5 days in Mulu and stayed at the dorm there. The dorm is big and very clean, you'll meet nice people here. Showers have warm water and are clean as well. The only "problem" was: There is no wifi in the...More

1  Thank Cristina B
Reviewed 17 May 2017 via mobile

This was our 3rd trip to the Mulu National Park. We first visited in 1991 and 1994 to climb the Pinnacles and Mulu Summit. This time we re-visited the 4 main caves, Deer Cave, Lang Cave, Clear Water and Wind Caves. The plank walks are...More

1  Thank borneo88
Reviewed 11 May 2017

I visited Mulu National Park at the end of Apr 2017, for a period of 3 days and 2 nights. Here are my impressions of the 4 guided tours that I took while at the Park. Lots of walking to do so wear comfortable shoes...More

1  Thank YNChan1024
Reviewed 8 May 2017

Not many people don't do adventure caving in Mulu sadly. Due to safety standards all cave tours must have minimum of 3 tourists and a guide. Unfortunately for our tour it was just me and my girlfriend wanted to go. I paid extra and got...More

Thank A-Man90
Reviewed 27 April 2017 via mobile

A must visit. Watching different kinds of bugs, the flights of millions bats in the evening and well reserved caves with easy paths even for 6 years old. Appreciate the discipline observed during the caves visits. loves the night walks and the cold dips in...More

Thank Siak Y
Reviewed 25 April 2017

extremely tough hike this was (not for beginners). went during the rainy season so everything was just muddy, soggy and the leeches... but the guides were very helpful and the homestay host/hostess (D'cave homestay) was extremely accommodating during our stay. During dinner one night, they...More

Thank Lee C
Reviewed 24 April 2017

Mulu Caves (as everyone calls it) is a fantastic place to experience the awesome nature of Borneo. The Park is accessible to all ages as they have walkways both to, and in the caves. When we were there the ages of visitors ranged from babes...More

Thank Kane G
Reviewed 19 April 2017 via mobile

The whole ordeal is very gratifying especially if you are corporate workers like us. The hikes, the climb and the basic camp living are all good for the soul.

Thank WonderWorldinUK
Reviewed 13 April 2017

We spent two nights in the area, staying at the Marriott Hotel. We visited the Deer and Langs Cave the first evening and saw the amazing bat exodus - it goes on for much longer than I imagined and there were plenty of seats from...More

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My wife and I are planning for a 5D4N trip in September to Gunung Mulu National Park. I understand there would be lots of walking and activities that require physical stamina. We are in the mid-seventies and generally in good health and fitted for our ages. Some of our old friends are not supportive of our trip plan. I would appreciate any comments and advice? Thanks!
3 April 2017|
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Response from sametnasa | Reviewed this property |
don't worry you will find activities for all ages. some trekkings are difficult some easy. it is the same with the caves. you can go for adventurous caving or begginers caving which are very easy.
Ken B
Has anybody on this forum stayed in the bungalows inside the National Park, and do you recommend them? Does the power go off at midnight as in other places? Are they clean and comfortable, and importantly, air-conditioned? I am not looking for a Marriott 5 start experience - 3 star is ok.
18 October 2016|
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Response from Albela_Musafir | Reviewed this property |
Staying in the national park is worth it.Rooms are nice, spacious and clean. All tour starts from here, so u can get out of room when it's time The canteen is also open quite late so u can enjoy food next door. We stayed... More
Can i engage kitchen helpers to cook for us at Camp 5 while on the way to the pinnacle?
29 June 2016|
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Response from Hildyblues | Reviewed this property |
I think you will find this information from the Forestry Department office on site. It's Taman Negara Mulu, you can google it. They have access to locals and workers doing these tours.