Activity Duration

2 Days 1 Night

Nearest City

Miri City


Mulu National Park / Miri


english / malay

Suitable For

child / adult

Package Type

Join In Group

Pick Up Point

Mulu Airport

Pick Up Time

To Be Arranged

Tour Highlights

  • Explore Mulu National Park show caves
  • Visit world’s largest cave passage
  • Visit the longest cave in Southeast Asia
  • Biodiversity of Mulu Rainforest


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What's Included

Jungle Activities
Meals as Stated, Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch
1 Night Accommodation
Return Boat Transfer (Scheduled), Land Transportation (Shared)
English-Speaking Guide
Entrance Fee

What's Excluded

Tourism Tax, Domestic Flight Tickets
Any Item(s) / Activities Not Mentioned, Personal Travel Insurance
Carbonated Drink(s), Alcoholic Drink(s)


Known as ‘Jewels in the Crown’, Gunung Mulu National Park is one of Mother Nature’s most magnificent creations and also part of Sarawak’s network of national parks. It is also one of the state’s largest, boasting 544 sq km of primary rainforests, which is intersected by fast-flowing rivers and streams.

Deer Cave can be reached via a 3km plank walk, where one will pass peat swamps, alluvial flats, and limestone outcrops. Rainforest canopies, jungle streams, and an ancient Penan burial cave are also some of what you’ll encounter along the way. When visiting Deer Cave with an additional visit to Lang’s Cave, you’ll get to see incredible rock formations, despite the small size of Lang’s Cave.

Being Asia’s Longest Cave measuring at an amazing 215km (of explored area only), Clearwater Cave houses a subterranean river that is also navigable by boat. A plank walk leads from the riverbank to Wind Cave’s entrance, which is named so due to the cool breeze at certain narrow parts. Wind Cave, part of the Clearwater system, has impressive geological features in the form of stalactites, stalagmites, flow rocks, helictites, and rock corals.

With so much to offer, Mulu invites anyone with a heart to explore the unknown.

What to Wear

  • Comfortable T-Shirt
  • Trekking Shorts/Pants
  • Comfortable Walking Shoes

What to Bring

  • What to BringSun protection (sunblock / hat)
  • Insect repellent
  • Raincoat / Umbrella
  • Camera
  • Change of clothes
  • Towels
  • Drinking water
  • Toiletries
  • Head touch/Torch light
  • Windbreaker
  • Gloves
  • Sandal

Important Notes

  • This tour package is based on join-in basis of shared guide and transportation. 
  • Due to traffic conditions, departure time is approximate and varies from different hotels. Should there be any delay, please call the telephone number stated on the voucher before making alternative arrangements.
  • Child rate applies to children between 3-10 years old.
  • All clients who enter Mulu Park must bring along 1) their Passport / ID Cards and 2) a photocopy of their Passport /ID Cards to present it to the park management office upon check-in & registration.
  • Please ensure you are holding air ticket to Mulu.
  • Recommended flight from Kota Kinabalu to Mulu (with a stopover at Miri): Malaysian Airlines MH3201, MH3630 (ETD 0645hrs / ETA 0950hrs).
  • We recommend that by the end of your tour, fly from Mulu to Miri/Kuching with an additional overnight stay in either city to maximise your holiday. This is due to the unfavourable flight timings from Mulu back to Kota Kinabalu.
  • Kindly note that all guests are advised to pack extra clothing in their carry-on baggage should there be any unforeseen circumstances upon arrival in Mulu.

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