Gua Niah (Niah Caves) Entrance, Niah, Sarawak., Miri

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Explore the vast underground chambers of Gua Niah (Niah Caves) Entrance, Niah, Sarawak., home to otherworldly rock formations, ancient cave paintings, and legions of swiftlets, the makers of solidified-saliva dwellings that often end up in bird's nest soups. Access the caves via a 3 km (1.9 mi) trek, doable without a guide. No special equipment is required here, but you can make your visit more enjoyable by wearing sturdy shoes, bringing plenty of water, and carrying your own flashlight to avoid paying for rental. Our Miri vacation planner makes visiting Gua Niah (Niah Caves) Entrance, Niah, Sarawak. and other Miri attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Have been going to Niah caves from time to time over the past 40 years. Dont be put off by the slight difficulty of getting to the Park HQ or by the lack of accommodation in the Park or Batu Niah... 
    Have been going to Niah caves from time to time over the past 40 years. Dont be put off by the slight difficulty of getting to the Park HQ or by the lack of accommodation in the Park or Batu Niah...  more »
  • Disappointed with staff's service. Wrong reservation made for us. We made booking 1 week early, but staff put us at the wrong slot. So, we drove 2 hours from Bintulu for nothing. 
    Disappointed with staff's service. Wrong reservation made for us. We made booking 1 week early, but staff put us at the wrong slot. So, we drove 2 hours from Bintulu for nothing.  more »
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  • Great experience overall, majestic big natural caves, do note the high amounts of birds & bats droppings. Deeper caves could be slightly challenging for some. Very good trails though, 90% with wooden platform, just steep stairs in some areas.
  • An incredible gem only 90min drive from Miri. A bit difficult to get to, but absolutely worth every minute of time. The cave is enormous! Lots of breathtaking views inside and around the caves. A must-see if you visit Miri.

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