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Mulu Caves, Miri

(4.9/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web)
Delve into the alien world of Mulu Caves, a network of immense caverns within a World Heritage-listed national park. Several show caves feature walking access and house thousands of bats. Other caverns offer more of a challenge, with sections only accessible by strenuous climbing, swimming, or underground rafting. One of the more difficult to reach is the world's largest known natural chamber. At 700 m (2,300 ft) long, 396 m (1,299 ft) wide, and at least 70 m (230 ft) high, this cavern is so large that it could house around 40 jumbo jets without overlapping their wings. You can arrange for your visit directly with the park staff or through a private operator. Put Mulu Caves into our Miri travel itinerary planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Miri.
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  • We visited Mulu on a 2 day trip after going to Niah caves - please note that although Mulu is amazing Niah is a lot better, easier to access and ALOT cheaper You can only get to Mulu by plane - a shor...  more »
  • The caves in the Unesco national park of Mulu are amazing. I liked the bat cave most. It is a true spectacular show once the thousands of bats swirl out of the caves. Don't miss out on this! You need ...  more »
  • We really enjoyed all of the cave are different, and each has something special. Does the cave has impressed its dimensions, in other caves are very beautiful stalactites and stalagmites. The only no-till Deer cave walk an hour, and the cave for another hour, it is very tiring. Hopefully someday the Park appear a semblance of ground transportation for the elderly and for children.
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