Gunung Mulu National Park is located in Miri, Sarawak in the island of Borneo in Malaysia. It is the biggest national park in the world, and encompasses a total area of 52, 865 ha. The entire expanse of the National Park includes a plethora of species of flora as well as fauna, and includes a superb variety of flora and fauna.
There are a number of natural wonders here, including cave systems, cliffs, rivers, primary rainforests and more. Gunung Mulu National Park was declared a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO in 2000.
You can access the Gunung Mulu National Park by boat or plane from Miri, an administrative division in Sarawak. The numerous caves here are a definite attraction, and draws a huge number of tourists every year. There are caves such as the Wind Cave, the Clear Water Cave, Lang Cave and the Deer Cave. There are a number of options for accommodation as well. You can choose to stay right within the park area, with a number of Longhouse Rooms on offer from the Gunung Mulu National Park.
Convenience is a great reason to stay in one of these Longhouse rooms. The national park is situated right at your doorstep, with a host of amenities. You do not need to worry about getting a transfer to the hotel either. There are a great number of excellent amenities located close at hand.