Batu Lawi

Mountaineers can tackle Gunung Murud (2,424m, reasonable going) or the famous Batu Lawi (2,043m, very tough) located within the Kelabit Highlands area. However, these are both serious expeditions and guides and porters will need to be hired (RM 80 per day) in Bario or Bakelalan.  For Batu Lawi, mountaineering equipment and experience is also necessary.

Getting There

MasWings operates regular DHC-6 Twin Otter turboprop flights to and from Miri to Ba'Kelalan and Bario. From there trekking are needed about four days trek through forest that is now part of Pulong Tau National Park for those who wish to visit Batu Lawi.

Location Map

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