Royal Mulu Resort

Address: Sungai Melinau, Gunung Mulu National Park, Sarawak, 98008, Malaysia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Sungai Melinau, Gunung Mulu National Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Gunung Mulu National Park

    Jungle of Tulai

    A travel blog entry by abdul_a on Jul 08, 2008

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    Tulai estate is located about 50 km south Sibu - crossing Sg Rajang thru Lanang Bridge - towards Sarikei. Managed by Mr Dubline who was transferred from Melugu Estate on July 2006. Mr Dubline is an Ibanese but can speak English - quite difficult to understand his slang though. The office workers are all male - from the manager, executives to ...


    A travel blog entry by abdul_a on Jun 11, 2007

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    ... to nursery available. Waiting for me is En Juli Sapie, an Indonesian worker in-charge of the nursery and En Zulkarnain Lapok, a local work as a supervisor. The nursery is at flat land, peat soil. Size of nursery: 34 ha PN: 226k seedlings MN: 287k Most palms at MN are already overgrown. Delays ...

    Headhunters and Luxury

    A travel blog entry by bumihills on Jan 25, 2007

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    ... Resort - and our only complaint was that the alcohol was very expensive there. A Corona (which we never buy) cost over $12 once tax was added! Beers were an absolute must here. Temperatures were in the low 90s with humidity at about 94%! The resort is built in a "long house" style and is set on the edge of an ancient rainforest. The rooms are large and paneled in wood and are quite comfortable.


    Into the heart of Borneo

    A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Sep 08, 2004

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    ... and the passengers look pretty ethnic, with a lot of young children, so we have no great expectations of a good flight. The fact that the toilets are full of paper and blocked in the first half hour is a bad indicator, but the main problem comes from the elderly Anglo couple behind us, who keep the light on, talk and crackle wrapping paper incessantly. For a short flight, it seems like a horror trip, and we are not feeling all that flash by the time we get through ...