Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Royal Mulu Resort, Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia

Designed in the style of ethnic longhouses, this relaxing Resort was built on wooden stilts, three metres above the ground. Linked by a series of wooden walkways, the luxurious Royal Mulu Resort stands on the banks of the Melinau River, in the midst of a beautiful natural environment.

The Royal Mulu Resort is an international class nature destination, offering the best combination of “resort experience”, nature and comfort. The Resort is located near the Gunung Mulu National Park, home of lush rainforest and some of the most amazing cave systems in the world.

The Royal Mulu Resort has 188 tastefully designed rooms consisting of Royal Suite, Crown Suite (with adjoining living and dining room), Executive Suites (with adjoining living room), Deluxe Chalet and Standard Chalet rooms.

All guest rooms have rich parquet floorings with private bath and shower, mini-bar, individually controlled air-conditioning, standard amenities, hot and cold showers.
The Resort has its own water treatment plant, which supplies all guest rooms with clean and safe water. Every room enjoys a spacious verandah, which offers guests a stunning view of either the rich surrounding jungle or the Melinau River.

The Wildflower Coffee House is open from 7:00am until 11:00pm, and combines the best of Local, Chinese, and Western Cuisine. The "Long Bar", inside the Coffee House, is open every afternoon and evening, offering cocktails, fresh coconut juices, local juices and even "tuak", the local rice wine.

You can sit out in the outdoor terrace and enjoy steamboat for two or if you are with a larger group you can have a barbeque party on the open air terrace.

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