Mulu National Park is one of the many wonders existing in Sarawak. It is listed as a UNESCO Heritage Site and if you love nature and adventure in a forests, then Mulu National Park is a must visit. The 3 must visit places for the ultimate adventure in Borneo island would be the Pinnacles Climb in Mulu,and Mt Kinabalu in Sabah.
There are many types of tours that we can arrange for you. It ranges from adventure, team building, family tour, daily trips, food tour or even casual weekend holiday to Mulu, Kuching, Kota Kinabalu or just to see the orang utans in Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre in Sepilok, Sandakan, Sabah.
Are you just planning to make a site visit for your filming event? Well, we have the expertise to be the ground handler to organise it for you. We have had experience organising it for the Taiwan Film Crew and National Geographic to name a few. Just leave it to us.
If you have 7-10 days or more to spare in Borneo Island, let our experts of over 25 years of experience in tour experience arrange for you your unforgettable holiday right here in Borneo. You may contact us here
Hello MAL people
Saturday 25 april I finished the new Djoser MAL tour. The tour was very well organised. And everybody was very happy. Hope to see you again.
Hi Garry, Richard,
After very nice 20 days we are leaving Malaysia today and we would like to thank you both and your team for excellent day to day care and perfect tour organisation, from KL, through Cameron highlands, Penang to wonderful Borneo part with Bako np, Mulu np & Pinacles climb, mnt. Kinabalu to Kinabatangan river and Matanani island stay. Even we had bad luck and cannot get for 3D trip to Taman Negara because of floods, your company promptly replace this with alternative program at Bako np, with no extra cost for us, what we really appreciated. This is sign for all your future guest how high professional way you are leading your company. We can only recommend you.
NOTICE FROM MULU NATIONAL PARK
* Notice From Mulu National Park on the 13/08/15
We just received a notice from Mulu Park HQ that Deer Caves is is closed with immediate effect from yesterday afternoon ( 13/08 ) for the period of 1 week commencing yesterday. In the interest of visitor safety, the park management will divert the board walk via a new route and all resources will be channelled into reopening Deer Caves. The Park management are trying their very best to shorten the period of closure & we will keep you update on any new information received from the Park HQ ).