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Mulu National Park in Mulu has a restaurant and a garden. The accommodations features a tour desk, and luggage storage for guests. At the hotel, the rooms have a balcony. The accomodation was immaculate and comfortable. Hot showers and air conditioning. Basically not much to complain about.
Located in Mulu, Mulu Village offers accommodations with a patio. An Asian breakfast can be enjoyed at the property. The homestay offers a terrace. Very cheap yet extremely comfortable. You are hosted by a lovely couple, one is an official guide, and one a local from the island. Highly recommended! There is a nice eating joint next doors and you could hop by to the Mariott (just across the bridge) for good wifi. Good wifi is like gold here ;)
Nestled among the natural and lush greenery of the rainforests near the border between Malaysia and Brunei, Mulu Marriott Resort is located on Melinau Paku River in Miri. Every thing was great...I only stayed for three nites and I believe the place needs more time.
Located in Mulu, AA Homestay provides accommodations with seating area. The nearest airport is Mulu Airport, 0.6 mi from the homestay. Very helpful host, the place is very near to the park. Unlike other places in Mulu - here when the power is on, you can't hear the generator!
Offering river views, Mulu Diana Homestay in Mulu offers accommodations, a restaurant, a shared lounge, a garden and a terrace. Diana's Homestay was phenomenal. Very close to the park, and Diana makes the best food in all of Borneo. I would highly recommend this location to anyone thinking about coming to the park.
Great place if you like nature. Caves are unique and the rainforest is untouched. Natural waterfall to swim in and bats fly out from the cave in the evening. Not much by way of animals but great if you like hiking in the jungle. There’s no town to speak of - this is really a place to unwind.
Amazing place. The caves are astonishing and the bat exodus out of the cave was one of the most amazing things I have ever seen. Mulu national park staff and facilities were excellent. Highly recommended
I liked how few people there were, so writing a great review might be counterproductive. Fortunately I think the people of Mulu are on it, since there are limited accommodation fascilities available. It's a fantastic place to escape to, little or no wifi, few vehicles and zero shopping malls / bling. The locals are inspiring.
A fantastic place to immerse in nature. Enough to do for 2-4 days; wonderful caves, beautiful rainforest, and the Pinnacle hike was just an amazing adventure. I also really like the fact that there was no WIFI anywhere, which made it a good reclusive retreat.
Mulu Park's facilities were better than expected! There were planks to walk on instead of trekking through the jungle like how we initially thought it'd be. Toilets were kept clean & smells better than our airports' toilet. People were all very friendly & helpful over there. The cafeteria's food was really good especially since the portion was large enough to share between 2 persons albeit expensive since goods had to be flown in. I would much prefer if somebody start a bicycle renting service so we could venture around Mulu on a cheaper budget instead of feeling stuck between Mulu Park & our homestay. It's truly wonderful to experience nature up close & away from city life with family, friends or even going solo.
Everything was fantastic even with the rain. I went on nearly all the activities provided by the park that were not adventure tours. One less talked about but fantastic tour was the Lagang Cave tour which was an easy but breath taking tour. All the tour guides were knowledge and friendly.
Very cheap yet extremely comfortable. You are hosted by a lovely couple, one is an official guide, and one a local from the island. Highly recommended! There is a nice eating joint next doors and you could hop by to the Mariott (just across the bridge) for good wifi. Good wifi is like gold here ;)