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Gunung Mulu National Park
Travel to Gunung Mulu National Park, Sarawak which is one of the world’s largest underground chambers known as Mulu Caves National Park – the longest networks of caves in the world. It even can hold forty Boeing 747 airplanes and there’s also Deer Cave which is one of the prevalent cave passage that can fit five churches with the size of Saint Pauls in London along with Clear Water Cave which is one of the lengthiest cave in Southeast Asia.
More info, please visit: http://www.mulunationalpark.com
There are no buses, no highways and certainly no taxis to Mulu. So the easy way is by air or the scenic and slow, winding cruise by river.
Alternatively, a ten hour river trip from Miri to Mulu is possible. First catch an early morning taxi from Miri to Kuala Baram where an express boat takes you up the Baram River to arrive at Marudi around lunch time.
Here you must change to a second, smaller boat to take you to Long Terawan, a small community of Berawan people on the Tutoh River, where you must hire an even smaller local longboat to bring you to the Park.
This is not a very reliable service as boats between Marudi and Long Terawan can be cancelled without warning if the river level is too low or there simply aren’t enough passengers. Visit the Visitor Information Centre in Miri if you want assistance to organize this trip or call.
Location: Gunung Mulu National Park, Miri, Sarawak, Sarawak, 98050
Phone Number: 082-246 575