Surrounded by undulating limestone hills and a sea of greens and perched mightily by the Melinau riverside, the Mulu Marriott is built in an ethnic Sarawakian longhouse architecture, which assimilates the luxurious resort to its surroundings. Mulu Marriott is equipped with 101 luxurious rooms and suites that are built on stilts and are connected via a network of wooden boardwalks.
Each room at the Mulu Marriott is fitted with locally-crafted wooden furniture that are made of the Belian — a type of quality local hardwood, plush beddings, top notch facilities; including a 42-inch flat screen television with cable channel, a spa-concept bathroom with rainforest view and a private balcony, offering a soothing view of the verdant rainforest or the Melinau River.
Mulu National Park is one of Malaysia’s UNESCO World Heritage Site, as well as one of the most majestic and thrilling nature destinations in Southeast Asia. The Mulu Caves system contains four caves which are open to visitors – The Cave of Winds, Clearwater Cave, Deer Cave and Land’s Cave. Another highlight is that every evening around dusk, millions of bats in spiraling, twirling clouds that look a bit like swarms of cartoon bees. It’s an awe-inspiring sight! The bats’ corkscrew trajectory is designed to foil the dinner plans of bat hawks that are perched on the surrounding cliffs.