Marudi is a town in the north of Sarawak which borders the state of Sabah in Malaysia and the small country of Brunei. Marudi is the cultural heart of Sarawak’s highland tribesfolk, collectively called Orang Ulu.Marudi, a riverine town about 100km upriver from Kuala Baram, is the largest town in the sparsely-populated Baram district. It is also the district administrative headquarters and has been since the days of the White Rajahs.
Marudi used to be a stepping stone to the well known tourist destinations, the Mulu Cave and Mulu National Park.
How to get there?
Daily express boats from Miri to Marudi (2.5 hours, RM20 one way)
By car one hour trip (from Miri) – 54 km
MASwings Twin Otter from Miri – 15-20 minutes (RM100 return ticket)
Area 22,069.00 km2
Kenyah (11, 031)
Kayan (11, 387)
Marudi in Pictures
The picture speaks for itself ngenge… Oh, free internet connection in here tho 🙂
Express boats connecting Marudi and several cities
Twin Otter MASWings
The airport is cute 🙂 And here I thought flights are only seen from enclosed glass walls
Oh the happening town of Marudi
Taman Tasik Marudi