Gunung Mulu National Park
Borneo, Borneo (Sarawak)
Info : Mulu Skywalk
The Mulu Skywalk, the world's longest canopy trail, brings you as close as possible to nature in the treetops. This walkway is suspended 20m above the forest floor and it winds among the lush forest with tranquil river views below and the soaring heights of the nearby limestone cliffs above. Around you is the sunlit world of fragrant flowers and beautiful ferns; monkeys, flying lizards & squirrels; amazing insects & rainforest birds.
As you walk among the ferns and vines enjoy this unique opportunity to get closer to the rainforest 'web of life'. Compare the vegetation of riverine forest floor to the understory, the treetops and the nearby limestone cliffs.
Popular Holiday Itineraries including Mulu Skywalk
You can book this experience on its own, with flights or as part of an Experience Travel Holiday Itinerary.
Here are some of our popular holiday tours or we can create bespoke itineraries specifically tailored to you...
Beach and Wildlife: The Classic
Discover the highlights of both Malaysian Borneo states - Sabah and Sarawak, ending with pure relaxation on beautiful Gaya Island.
A once-in-a-lifetime experience for keen adventurers. Action-packed Borneo holiday including trekking, mountain climbing, and the chance to experience local life.
Family Wildlife & Beach
Nature, wildlife, a little culture and plenty of time at the beach. This two-week family tour explores Borneo's Sarawak state combined with time in Penang and Langkawi.
We all remarked on how well tourism blended in to the local community in a positive way. At no point did we ever feel exploited or taken advantage of. We felt privileged to visit the Penan tribe in Mulu and enjoyed the market there without any pressure to spend money. Visiting Abai village and planting the trees was also a great experience for all ages of our party. Again, a privilege.