Need a guide to Mulu National Park, or a vague idea of what this popular tourist destination in northern part of Sarawak look like? Just watch this video by Sepp Vedral taken during his recent trip the the park.

Mulu National Park, recently added to UNESCO World Heritage Areas is located to the South East of Miri city.

The easiest way to get to the park is by air. MASWings a community airlines fly to Mulu daily via Miri and Kota Kinabalu. The other option is to travel all day up the Baram, Tutoh and Melinau rivers.

The stunning view from outside one the caves of Mulu National Park.

The stunning view from outside one the caves of Mulu National Park.

Gunung Mulu National Park has the largest known natural chamber or room – Sarawak chamber, found in Gua Nasib Bagus.

It is 2,300 feet (700 m) long, 1,300 feet (396 m) wide and at least 230 feet (70 m) high; big enough to fit St. Peter’s Basilica or several jumbojets inside.

Other notable caves are Benarat Cavern, Deer Cave, Wind Cave, and Clearwater Cave, which exposes parts of a long underground river going through the park.