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Be awe-struck by the sheer beauty of Mulu National Park. On this Sarawak Escape Tour, spend two days discovering this UNESCO Heritage Site, heading underground to admire the limestone formations of Lang, Deer, Wind and Clearwater caves. Then explore the natural beauty found above ground with evening wildlife hikes and a breath-taking jungle canopy walk.
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DAY 01: MULU ARRIVAL
Upon arrival at MIRI (Mulu Airport), you will be met by Asia Senses local guide and driver for a transfer to the hotel for check in. Depending on the arrival time, there is a variety of free options to undertake prior to meeting back up with the guide in the afternoon. These include a wander to the Tree Top Tower for views across the roof of the national park, a stroll along the boardwalk to Pukau Waterfall or taking the Nature Heritage Trail for 1.5km.
After lunch, depart for Mulu National Park Headquarters, for a 3.5km elevated plank-walk to Lang Cave - the longest cave passage in the world (2,161 metres long) – which adjoins Deer Cave. Explore Lang Cave with its magnificent stalactites and stalagmites before proceeding to Deer Cave, where the biggest attraction is a colony of thousands of free-tailed bats.
At dusk, witness an amazing spectacle of nature as thousands of these bats emerge from the cave in formation to forage for insects in the rainforest. Experience night trekking through the jungle to the park headquarters. From luminescent fungi to blinking fireflies, the jungle comes alive at night time and this is a fabulous opportunity to view creatures not visible in daylight.
After breakfast, take a 15-minute longboat ride up the Melanau River to experience two more of Mulu’s ‘must-see’ limestone caves: Wind Cave and Clearwater Cave. These form part of the Sarawak Chamber - the largest connected cave system in the world. If water levels are low, it’s also possible to get there along a beautiful 4km hike.
Explore the “King’s Room” before proceeding to Clearwater Cave. Walk on plank walkways that were built on the sides of limestone cliffs leading to Clearwater Cave. Then, climb up steep steps that were carved into the side of the hill to get to the entrance of Clearwater Cave. Inside the cave, check out the details of its various features and limestone formations.
Return to Mulu Headquarter by boat and this afternoon take to the treetops on a canopy walkway. The rest of the afternoon at leisure or head out on some of the self-guided walking trails in Mulu National Park.