Mulu Cave + Pinnacles + Headhunter Trails
Gunung Mulu National Park is well-known for its limestone karst formations, which include some of the world's most magnificent caves. Mulu is home to the world's largest underground chamber, the world's largest cave tunnel (Deer Cave), and Southeast Asia's longest cave (the Sarawak Chamber) (Clearwater Cave).
The park is dominated by three mountains – Mulu, Api, and Benarat – and contains 52,000 hectares of primary rainforest. It was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2000.
Mulu's experience isn't just limited to its caverns. Mulu contains 15 different types of forest, including mixed dipterocarp, heath, peat swamp, moss forest, and montane vegetation, as well as thousands of species of ferns, fungi, mosses, and flowering plants, making it as diverse as its cave system. Mammals, reptiles, birds, amphibians, fish, insects, and other invertebrates can all be found in the park.
1 pax: MYR 3,850
2 - 3 pax: MYR 2,365
4 - 6 pax: MYR 1,945
Adult (Non - Malaysian)
1 pax: MYR 3,870
2 - 3 pax: MYR 2,390
4 - 6 pax: MYR 1,965
Requirements for the trip:
Own drinking bottle
First aid kit
The booking fee of MYR 450 per person for these Packages should be paid upon booking and non – refundable.
All rates are based on Twin / Triple Share (Mulu National Park Chalet) & base on Dormitory (Camp 5 & Longhouse).
The climb is not suitable for people under 16 years old.
All rate includes English & Malay-speaking guide only.
Tours are strictly on SIC (Seat-in-Coach) basis.
Rates are subject to change without prior notice at the discretion of the government.
Every person who participates in any tour or holiday organized by the company shall be regarded in every respect as carrying his / her own risk with respect to loss or injury to person or property. The company does not accept responsibility for losses or expenses due to delay, sickness, weather, strikes, war, quarantine or other travellers.
Mulu Cave, Pinnacles and Headhunter Trails