Came to Mulu for two days with the family including my 4 year old grandson. We did Lang cave and deer cave the first day.... my grandson did struggle with the walk, it was a little too long and drawn out, especially the tour in...More
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Chalets are present next to the hiking trail to Deer Cave and can be booked upon arrival from the airport. Benarat Lodge has a restaurant and bar. My friends and I were unfortunate not to witness the bats swarming from the cave due to bad...More
For our 4 night stay in Mulu we booked everything via liaising directly with the park. We stayed in the hostel accommodation which is a dormitory of 20 people- clean and basic. Lots of wildlife to spot including preying mantis and grasshoppers in the bathrooms...More
Came here to hike Mt Mulu, not Pinnacles! 4D3N is the usual itinerary. Good necessary facilities at campsites. Only for the hardcore!
So we went there in a group of 5 but didnt get to book a stay at the mulu national park due to fully booked so we stayed in a homestay (AA homestay) for only RM30 per night. it is only around 3 to 5...More
Gunung Mulu Nat’l Park in Malaysian Borneo is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, known for its many cave systems. It’s not to be missed, worth at least 2 full days at the park, preferably more, given that there are so many activities to do here....More
My trip to Mulu was definitely a very pleasant and unique experience. Only 20 minutes plane ride from Miri, this place was just so peaceful and amazing! You are surrounded by the rainforest with awesome view. My family and I made the right choice to...More
Mulu is a natural reserve plenty of caves and trails. We enjoyed Lang cave, deer cave, wind cave and waterclean cave and all of them were awesome. But the best experience was to climb the pinnacles, challenging but amazing!
The park website (mulupark.com) has useful info about the tours - we were doing showcaves only. we stayed 2 nights and wish we had more time to explore some of the walks/trails on our own (though most people we met who were doing showcaves seemed...More