The story of Mulu started more than 40 million years ago deep under the sea.
The Sarawak Government recognizing the special qualities of Mulu, had gone on to gazette it a National Park and Mulu was declared an iconic World Heritage Area, at 55,000 hectares, the biggest National Park in Sarawak.
The stories of the sandstone summit of Mulu peak are even older – 60 million years old. The massive limestone formation, formed deep under the sea, was uplifted to form the landscapes of Mulu, of which the peaks of Api, Benarat and Buddha are so prominent. But it is World’s largest Limestone Caves that is responsible for the special World Heritage honors.
Place to stay:
  • Mulu Marriott Resort & Spa.
  • Kenny’s B&B
  • Mulu Village
  • Airbnb facilitates several categories