Mulu service centre to be tourism hub

Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Abang Johari Tun Openg (second left, front) with Gerawat (facing camera) were briefing on the project.

MIRI: The Mulu sub-district service centre initiated by the state government is envisaged to be a tourism hub on its completion.

The state government has embarked on phase one of the project over 72.6 hectares which will consist of the sub-district office, Rural Transformation Centre (RTC, stadium, community hall, mosque, church, tamu, Medan Selera, art centre and cottage.

It is situated near the existing Mulu resort. 

Currently accessibility to the proposed site is only via air and river. 

But the Sarawak government has approved the Northern Coastal Highway to link the road from Miri to Mulu. 

Once completed, the project will serve the needs of the surrounding villages and the tourism industry.

The centre will also provide for infrastructure and the amenities development under the Highland Development Agency (HDA) and through other agencies.

Proposed site for Mulu service centre.