Tucked in the thick rainforest in this national park, there are four show caves that you can explore with your nature guide. Each cave is different and unique on its own, and for those curious and adventurous types, you can go for the Adventure Caving activity to explore more of the vast cave systems in Mulu!
This combo package gives you the ultimate experience to go down to the caves and up to the famous Pinnacles in this national park. Some even claimed that trekking up to the Pinnacles are more difficult than scaling Mt Kinabalu in Sabah. We’ll let you be the judge for that, though we are sure that no matter the comparison, the trip will leave you with wonderful memories from this journey.
Hoping for longer treks along rainforest and lowland regions? Curious to find out the ancient trail left behind by the infamous Headhunters back in the days? This package will take you down to the famous show caves, and then onward to more trekking through layers of rainforest.
This package covers all the wonderful sights and sounds in Mulu National Park. This is another popular package among visitors to the park, to stay true to our LOHAS concept; this package provides you with an in-depth experience that takes you through lush rainforest, caves, and the magnificent limestone pinnacles.
As an oil and natural gas mining town, Miri was made popular among visitors thanks to the discovery of Niah Caves. It is one of the biggest cave systems in the world, and an important archaeological site for discovering hominin fossils that could date back to 40,000 years ago; making it the oldest recorded human settlement in east Malaysia. Tusan Cliff Beach is another recent discovers that visitors to the area could enjoy not only the breath-taking sunset view but at the right seasons, one could also witness the rare phenomenon that is known as “Blue Tears”. This phenomenon is caused by the bio-luminescence micro-organisms in the water are interrupted by oxygen to produce a bright blue light on the beach.
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