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Eating and Sleeping

 

PARK HQ .................................................................................................................................................................

Upon arrival all visitors to the Park must register and pay a World Heritage Area Entry Fee as set by the Sarawak Government, which is RM30per person for a 5 day pass.  When staying in the park’s accommodation this is paid on the first day only.

The accommodation within the Mulu World Heritage Area is located at Park Headquarters.  Buildings are nestled along the edge of the rainforest near the Melinau River. Relax on the verandahs or in the reading lounge, swim in the river, have a game of volleyball or laze in the gardens and enjoy the sun. Boardwalks connect all the buildings with soft lighting to show you the way home at night. Housekeeping and Café staff are on duty from 7.00 am to 9.00 pm but Security staff are on duty 24 hours a day.
The park is capable of sleeping up to 80 people per night in a range of accommodation. Rooms have coffee and tea making facilities and the hostel has individual lockers that may be rented at RM5 per day.

  • Cooking is not permitted in the rooms.
  • Laundry facilities are not available, though private arrangements can be made with the housekeeping staff.
  • Check in is at 2.00 pm and check out at 10.00 am
  • Camping not permitted anywhere in the Park
For details on accommodation facilities at Camp 5 and the Summit Trail see the ‘Activities’ page.

 

 

 

   

ACCOMMODATION AT NATIONAL PARK HQ...........................................................................................

The Garden Bungalows Rooms are scattered amongst a rainforest garden with private patios for enjoying the outdoors. Each is air-conditioned with a private bathroom, double bed and day bed sleeping up to 3 persons. The twin-share room and breakfast price begins at RM262.

Our Longhouse rooms are air conditioned with ceiling fans and en suite bathrooms and offer a combination of double and single beds sleeping 2 - 4 persons. Rooms are serviced daily and have tea and coffee making facilities. The twin-share room and breakfast price begins at RM220 twin share and includes breakfast.

A large fan cooled dormitory with 20 beds and shared bathrooms is also available; beds cost RM43 per night and includes a set breakfast.

Reservations can be made via our email address enquiries@mulupark.com or by phoning the office on 085 792301.

 

 

 
ROYAL MULU RESORT .......................................................................................................................................

Designed in the style of ethnic longhouses, Royal Mulu Resort was built on wooden stilts, three metres above the ground. Linked by a series of wooden walkways, the Resort stands on the banks of the Melinau River, in the midst of a breathtaking natural splendour.

Royal Mulu Resort is an international class nature and activities destination, offering the best combination of resort activities, nature and comfort. The Resort is located just a 5 minute drive from the Gunung Mulu National Park, home of lush rainforest and some of the most amazing cave systems in the world.

At the Royal Mulu Resort, you can experience the best of every imaginable comfort that you could find in the rainforest! The Resort has 188 tastefully designed rooms consisting of either deluxe, executive suite, crown suite or royal suites all of which have mini-bar, individually controlled air-conditioning, hot and cold showers. 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 a stunning view of either the rich surrounding jungle or the Melinau River.

The Wildflower Restaurant is open from 7:00am until 11:00pm, and combines the best of Local, Chinese, and Western Cuisine. You can sit in the outdoor terrace and enjoy steamboat for two or if you are with a larger group you can have a barbeque party on the open air terrace.

And as for breakfast, don't miss the Chef's specially-made breads and pastries - served piping hot from the oven.

The Wildflower Restaurant is also home to our own, well known dance group, the "Seri Melinau Dance Group", performing a variety of traditional dances from the region.

The Splash Bar, located outside the Wildflower Restaurant, is open every day and evening, offering cocktails, fresh coconut juices, local juices and even "tuak", the local rice wine. For those tropical evenings in the rainforest, come and join us in the Riverside Lounge located in our main lobby area. Have a drink while watching music videos, or have a go at Karaoke! Contact sales@royalmuluresort.com for reservations.

 

 

 

CAFE HQ ................................................................................................................................................

Café Mulu is open daily from 7.30am to 9.00pm and is located at Park Head quarters. This open air restaurant serves a range of local foods including forest vegetables such as ‘Paku fern' and western dishes. The patio is a great place to relax and read, meet other travelers, play some of the games provided or just relax with a cold beer or a fine wine.

After your meal you can visit the Mulu Discovery Centre which is adjacent to the dining area, it features the biological and geological story of the park via information boards, video presentations and a library of resources books for you to read.

*****IMPORTANT NOTICE*****
Please be aware that necessary maintenance will take place in and around the café between 2nd October until 15th November.
Café will be relocated to use an alternative site during this period.
We apologise in advance for any inconvenience and will endeavour to complete these works with minimal disruption to our visitors.

 

 

 

GIFT SHOP ..............................................................................................................................................................

In the gift gallery a range of hand turned wood work, t-shirts and postcards unique to the Park are on sale as well as examples of local handicrafts, books, paintings and local carvings.

For those who are planning overnight treks to the Summit or the Pinnacles, groceries suitable for camp cooking are on sale. The Café staff can also help you with some fresh items such as eggs, bread, fruits and vegetables – just ask for their advice.

Gas cartridges are available for the portable cooking stoves used by those climbing the Summit as wood fires are not permitted and of course you are not allowed to bring gas with you on the plane.

 

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