Travellers to Mulu has 2 options - stay at Mulu Park HQ
accommodations or at the Royal Mulu Resort
ROYAL MULU RESORT
Royal Mulu Resort, is located at Mulu, right in the
middle of the Rain Forest.
However, you can experience every imaginable
comfort - tastefully designed rooms consisting of either deluxe,
executive suite, crown suite and royal suite. The
Resort has its own water treatment plant, which supplies all
guest rooms with clean and safe water.
Every room enjoys a spacious veranda, which offers guests view
of either the rich surrounding jungle or the Melinau River.
Check and compare hotel rates:Royal
Mulu Resort rates
ROYAL MULU RESORT - CDT62, 98007 Miri, Sarawak, Borneo,
Tel. +60 (85) 792 388 / +60 (85) 792 355 / +60 (85) 792 366
Reception Mobile +60 (12) 873 0010 / +60 (12) 878 0010
Royal Mulu Resort booking
ACCOMMODATION AT NATIONAL PARK HQ
There are Deluxe Longhouse rooms with air conditioned and
ceiling fans and en suite bathrooms for 2 - 4 persons. Rooms are
serviced daily and have tea and coffee making facilities, which
A slightly cheaper rate are our rooms with ceiling
fans, single and double beds and en suite bathrooms, which
A large fan cooled dormitory with 21 beds and shared
bathrooms is also available - includes a set breakfast.
Reservations can be made via our email address email@example.com
or by phoning the office on
Camps 1, 3 and 4 are used by those climbing the Mulu Summit.
These are basic, low impact, facilities designed to get you up
off the forest floor. Each site has a rain water tank for
collecting drinking water (but boil it just to be sure) and a
You need to bring your own sleeping bag, bed roll and any
personal items you think you need.
Details at :
Nation Park website - park accommodations
How to get to Mulu
By Air - You must Fly to Miri, Sarawak to get to Mulu.
MASwings operates this rural air service. (Other details at:
Air Transport in
DAILY FLIGHTS FROM MIRI TO MULU:
By Road and River - There are no
highways to Mulu. To reach by river, its a ten hour river trip from Miri to Mulu
- long journey where you have to
change transport three times and services are not
reliable. Check with the Sarawak Tourism Centre in Miri.