09.00am: Pick up from your hotel in Miri, depart to Niah National Park (110 km). Journey will take approximately 2 hours. En route, we will visit local market
Arrive at Niah National Park, we will take a boat across the Niah River and visit Niah Museum. This Museum exhibits the pre-historical artefacts and culture of the area which includes human civilization over the last 40,000 years. The public are also able to see the display of the way of life of the people which inhabited Niah Cave thousands of years ago.
From the museum, take a plank walk for 3 km to the caves main entrance. To walk to the cave take about 45 minutes. The Niah Cave is famous for its edible birds nest found high-up in the cave about 300 ft from the ground. In the Painted Cave you are about to see the prehistoric wall drawing as well as the preserved remains of the STONE AGE PEOPLE 40,000 year old. Return journey on the same plank walk to Niah National Park for lunch.
After lunch, transfer to Tusan Beach for sunset view. Back to your hotel after sunset. You will arrive at your hotel around 7pm.
Price & Terms
What is included?
All land transportation as per itinerary.
All rate are Malaysia Ringgit (MYR) base on SIC ( Sit In Coach ) basis.
Private Tour additional MYR100 per group. ( Guide & Boat Only )
Rates are subject to change without prior notice at the discretion of the government. (If Any )
Tour ( FIT = 01 – 08 person ) are strictly on SIC ( Sit In Coach ) basis.
Tour ( FIT = 01 – 08 person ) Private Tour additional RM100 per group.
Tour ( Group = 09 – 20+ person ) are strictly on Private Tour basis.
What is not included?
Item not mentioned in the itinerary
Walking quietly along the way to The Great Cave, you may see some of the park’s wildlife such as colorful birds, squirrels, lizards, butterflies, unusual insects and invertebrates. If you are lucky, you may see flying lizards.
Sarawak’s Niah Caves, there is evidence of the oldest human remains in Malaysia, dating back 40,000 years.