THERE are many activities lined up for visitors to Mulu National Park this year and next year, said Tourism Assistant Minister Datuk Talib Zulpilip.
“Among some of the activities that will be organised by Borsar Mulu for 2015 and 2016 to attract more visitors are daily scheduled tours such as Deer and Lang Cave and Bat Exodus, Cave of the Winds and Clearwater Cave, Fast Lane (Lagang Cave via longboat) and Mulu Canopy Skywalk.
“In addition, there will be more adventure caving, namely Racer, Lagang Cave, Clearwater Revival, Clearwater Connection, Stonehorse, Drunken Forest Cave, Sarawak Chamber and Sarawak Chamber overnight at Camp One.
“Also in the list will be trekking, which will include Garden of Eden Valley Walk, Mulu Summit, The Pinnacles, Camp Five one-day trek, Camp Five half-day trek, Camp One overnight, Camp One six-hour trek, Long Langsat, Sunset Longboat Cruise and Long Iman Penan Longhouse,” he said in reply to Dennis Ngau (BN-Telang Usan) during the Q&A session yesterday.
Talib said 20,184 people visited Mulu National Park last year.
“Out of this, 13,635 were foreign visitors and the rest domestic visitors. Total income for last year was RM1,554,230.91.”