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Venture into the mysterious 40,000 years old Niah Cave of Sarawak

The Niah National Park offers jungle walk, Iban longhouse and cave experiences.

Niah National Park have the history of being human settlement as early as 40,000 years ago. The Niah cave has one of the world’s largest cave entrances. Palaeolithic and Neolithic burial sites are discovered here along with iron-age cave paintings.

There are also Painted Cave houses wall-paintings which illustrates a boat journey of the dead into the afterlife on the cave floor which was later transferred to the Sarawak Museum.

Visitors leaving the Niah Cave will see a beautiful sunset crowded by hundreds of thousands of swiftlets returning to their nests as bats fly out to the forest. 

The Park is along Sungai Niah and around 100 km south-west of Miri.