How to get to Mulu
Daily flights from Miri and Kuching and three times a week from Kota Kinabalu is a wholly owned subsidiary of the National Carrier- Malaysia Airlines Services.
Flight schedule Please visit www.maswings.com.my / www.malaysiaairlines.com for the latest timetable.
It is possible to walk into Mulu via ‘The Headhunter’s Trail’ which takes its name from its historical role as the route taken by warring parties between the Tutoh and Medalam rivers. The trail runs between Limbang, a picturesque town on the Limbang River, entering Mulu on its northern boundary and trekking down through Camp 5 and boat ride onto Mulu Park.
The trek is remote and the nearest town is many hours away, the trail is well marked and maintained but tree falls and river floods can cause confusion. A licensed tour operator is required to ensure your safe arrival to Mulu if one is keen to embark on this trail.
BY RIVER AND LAND
Miri to Long Terawan using 4WD (if weather permit, approximately 5-6 hours drive).
Long Terwan to Mulu using long boat (approximately 1½-2 hours).
Which ever route you choose to get to Mulu is just a beginning of an adventure to the jungle experience.
MULU AIRPORT SHUTTLE
Local community provides reliable shuttle transport services to and from airport.
The walk to and from the airport can be long and hot, we encourage you to support the local residents were ever possible.
Mulu is remote and isolated. That’s means, no banks, no chemist, hardly any roads and not many options