Mulu Skywalk
Mulu Skywalk
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Raintree_Thailand
Bangkok, Thailand3,814 contributions
Aug 2023
The Mulu Canopy Walk is reputed to be the longest in the world (perhaps no longer, after being shortened a bit due to a tree fall a few years ago?) at around 420 meters in length, and including some 14 separate bridge sections. The walkway is suspended on cables spanning from one massive tree to the next, about 25-30 meters above the ground. The walkway is wobbly of course, but once visitors get used to it, it is easy to relax and enjoy the unique perspective on the tropical rain forest. Highly recommended.
Written 24 August 2023
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Aussienando
836 contributions
Apr 2023
Hair-raising and scary

This is not for the faint hearted or those scared of heights. The skywalk views and panorama are stunning. The skywalk itself has narrow (single file) boards - some of which are slippery - so hang on tight. I was more than a little un-nerved by the flimsy netting on the sides which would clearly not stop you plummeting into the ground in the event you fell. Time: 7am skywalk return was between 8:30-9am. All up a 6km walk (ie you walk halfway to Deer and Lang Caves enroute) which includes the 500metre skywalk.

Tip: Hold on tight to the cables with both hands (ie ensure you have a backpack for camera, water etc). And wear runners not hiking boots (for better ability to recover if you slip) - a great insight from our guide Kenneth.

Our guide Kenneth was fantastic - so knowledgeable.

Tip: All Mulu National Park fees can be paid by credit card. 30MYR for a 5 day park pass PLUS any tours you do. Ensure you register at the park entrance (as Andrew Gaskell didn’t and was lost for 11days). And it’s best to wear runners vs hiking boots which allow a better recovery on the slippery boardwalk.
Written 5 April 2023
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travelbugDelhi
New Delhi, India788 contributions
Aug 2022
The Skywalk activity has to be booked in advance & since it's a guided activity in small groups most times it's sold out. Though the canopy is not very high it's still high enough to look down on the forest floor- gives a different perspective of the rainforest.
The ropeway is very narrow fits in one person at a time. We loved our swaying morning walk !
Written 9 December 2022
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Jason C
Penang162 contributions
Jul 2022
worth a trip to see and definitely worth the price of admission. be sure to go early in the morning so it's not too hot. bring a towel so you can wipe sweat off.

hike takes about 30-45m in and can be arranged so that you do the skywalk in the morning, then go have lunch at the park cafe... and continue in the afternoon to Deer and Lang caves, followed by the bat viewing around 530p.
Written 5 July 2022
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David C
Ipswich, UK183 contributions
Mar 2020 • Couples
We did this walk with a small group of about 6 and a guide. It is said to be the longest walk of its type at just under 500 metres. Fascinating being in the rainforest canopy. Although we did not see much wildlife, just a few birds and squirrels, it was a great experience. Highly recommended.

If you are planning on visiting Mulu National Park it is worth booking tours in advance, especially the caves, as there are limited places.
Written 1 March 2020
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KC Chen
Bayan Lepas, Malaysia77 contributions
Dec 2019 • Solo
Is a guided tour, must be reserved in advance due to limited time slot and number of visitor allowed. Walk on suspension bridge at 30m above ground is a thrilling experience for anyone dislike high in height. The tour took around 2 hour (walk from the national park HQ to 45 minute, canopy walk 20 minutes, walk back to national park HQ 45 minute).
Written 7 January 2020
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Genevieve123456
Cairns, Australia52 contributions
Oct 2019 • Couples
It was a lovely walk. Though you need to like heights as some of the planks look a little risky. But it was a bit of fun and nice way to spend a morning.
Written 31 December 2019
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limss_KL
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia8 contributions
Dec 2019
One of the longest canopy walk U have ever tried. We went for Canopy Walk the following day after visited 4 caves within the same day. Get to see the different view of the rainforest from the skywalk. Great experience for my boy too. Thx to the park office guide who keep us updated on the info about the national park.
Written 28 December 2019
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Jirka Kotek
Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic150 contributions
Sept 2019
Longest canopy walk in the world (almost 500m) with height varying from 20m to 40m. It is an unique opportunity to see jungle from different perspective.
Written 9 September 2019
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Rebecca E
Glenelg, Australia246 contributions
Aug 2019 • Friends
Great walk in the canopy! Can be a bit challenging if you’re scared of heights - it’s all rope bridges which can feel a bit wobbly. I am a bit scared of heights but a walked gently and it was fine!
Written 20 August 2019
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