Caves and features to visit in Sarawak's Mulu National Park

The Pinnacles in Mulu National Park comprise spires that can reach up to 100m in height. Their sharp edges and vertical aspect have in recent years become an attraction for extreme climbers and hikers. — ANDY EAVIS

While parts of the Mulu Caves remain closed to the public due to ongoing research and conservation, some caves and attractions of the Gunung Mulu National Park are accessible to visitors.

The area was gazetted as a national park in 1974 by the Sarawak government and was opened to the public in 1985.

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