Tour Code: OV-SSM4
Minimum Travellers: 2 Pax
Tour duration: Full Day
Niah National park one of the largest limestone caves in the world, and also said to be the birthplace of civilization in Southeast Asia. On this guided tour of the Niah National Park located in Miri Sarawak, discover and learn about the oldest human remains dating back 40,000 years old. Niah cave is an important archaeological site, at the end of the hike in the pitch dark cave are some paintings on the cave wall, by early settlements here.
Meet your guide at the your lobby and embark on a 1.5 hour drive to Niah National Park. Upon arrival, take a boat ride across a narrow river and enjoy a tranquil forest hike for about an hour to the vast limestone caves opening. Here you will be greeted by the bats and swiftlets, and observe a variety of plant life or perhaps encounter birds and other small animals. Venture with our guide into the Niah Great Cave, where you’ll see the human skull on display along with tools made of stone, bone and iron. A further hike into the cave will take you to the Niah cave paintings of boats and human figures. Before dark return back to your Miri hotel.