Royal Mulu Resort
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Royal Mulu Resort Aug 11, 2008
The Royal Mulu Resort has the best environment of any hotel I've stayed in. There are many activities to choose from, and the website provides some accurate details. However, I would recommend arranging activities through the park directly, as it's cheaper and effectively the same.
If I were to go again, I would rather camp inside the park or stay in one of the long houses, but was unable to this time as it was fully booked in advance and we don't own a tent.
As there aren't many options for stay in Mulu, the Royal Mulu Resort offers a more luxurious atmosphere, which may be more comfortable for many, especially older folks and those who prefer a bit more respite from the jungle.
Both breakfast and dinner were included with a substantial buffet, and the dinner came along with a show, ("Rami Rami Night"), in which the workers dressed in traditional garb from different regions and performed a dance, as well as called up volunteers to try out the blowpipe and a dance involving stepping between two bamboo sticks clapping together in time, causing lots of humorous blunders.
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Royal Mulu Resort Overview
The Royal Mulu Resort is located on the banks of the Melinau River in the Baram district in the state of Sarawak, in the midst of breathtaking, natural splendour and near the Gunung Mulu National Park, home of lush rainforest and some of the most amazing cave systems in the world. And although it may seem you are in the middle of tranquility, the city of Brunei is closeby and the nearest large settlements are Marudi and Miri.
Designed in the style of ethnic longhouses, the resort, which has 188 tastefully designed rooms, is built on wooden stilts, three metres above the ground and is linked by a series of wooden walkways. Every room enjoys a spacious veranda, which offers guests a stunning view of either the rich surrounding jungle or the Melinau River.
Guests can relax after enjoying a day’s adventures with one of the many treatments available at the hotel spa. There is also an outdoor swimming pool with sun loungers and badminton is also an option if you’re feeling energetic.
The Wildflower Restaurant combines the best of local, Chinese, and western cuisine.
Royal Mulu Resort Amenities