Funding for park development and management is provided by the Government and all fees and charges for entry and activities provided by the Park are set and collected by the Government.

To find our more about our partner, please visit their website:

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The backbone of each and every organisation is its people. You are your organisation’s utmost asset. However, it takes a lot more to stand out in the business world and keep shining than just being there. On-going business promotional, development and recognition are essential elements for you to expand and grow your business and excel in your career – Especially in a competitive Business Events industry.

That Is Where The Business Events Sarawak (BESarawak) Programme Comes In.

Sarawak Convention Bureau (SCB) brings forth BESarawak, a special programme dedicated to all aspects of business events, empowering industry players towards new heights in professionalism and excellence in BE. BESarawak introduces the 3-prong programme, Communicating, Educating and Awarding for Associations, Corporate Organisations, Government Agencies, Media and Industry Partners.


Mulu Caves Project

The caves of Mulu have been explored for over thirty years by a coordinated series of Anglo-Malaysian expeditions which first visited the area in 1978. The Mulu Caves Project is a collaboration between UK speleologists and the Sarawak Authorities, particularly the Sarawak Forestry Corporation, working in association with Gunung Mulu National Park management and staff. This collaboration has been operating since 1978 when a group of 6 speleologists visited the Park as members of the Royal Geographical Society Expedition and established Mulu’s importance as the location of some of the planet’s most extraordinary and vast underground landscapes.

For more information about this project, please visit our website:

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