The only way to go to Mulu at the moment is via flight from Miri, Kuching or Kota Kinabalu. Flight can be booked from MASwings.com.my
You can refer our guest's writeup on her pinnacles climb here: The Complete Guide To Climbing Sarawak’s Mulu Pinnacles
Celcom, Digi, Maxis and TuneTalk has network coverage in Mulu. However, please take note that the networks might not work at some places due to limited coverage.
Proper hiking shoes, Torchlight, First aid kit and medication, Energy bars, Gloves, Raincoat, Insect repellent, Drinking water, Backpack / Rucksack
FOR CAMP 5:
Light Jacket, Sleeping bag / blanket, Towel & toiletries, Slippers / sandal, Powerbank / extra batteries, Cash, IC / Passport
You can wear normal hiking shoes, or better yet, you can even use the "kampung adidas", which is cheap black rubber shoes.
There are 17 ladders.
Camp 5 has basic facilities. Sleeping mat is provided, but you can also bring sleeping bag if you want to as blankets are not provided. You can use your towel as blanket. Mosquito net can be rented at RM20 per person.
Yes, boiled drinking water is available at Camp 5.
If the guide decides that you cannot continue due to your fitness levels or conditions on the Pinnacles then you must comply. If you would like to opt out of climbing the Pinnacles, you can inform your guide.
NO! Climbing without a guide is strictly prohibited as The Pinnacles is a high risk activity.
No refund will be given regardless of whether you opt out of the climb on your own or the guide decides that you are deemed unfit for the climb.
No refund will be given.
Children below the age of 16 years old are not permitted to climb.
It takes about 4-5 hours to reach the Pinnacles.