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Niah Caves, Miri

Categories: Caves, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.1/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web
Explore the vast underground chambers of Niah Caves, 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. Make Niah Caves a centerpiece of your Miri vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Miri itinerary planner.
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  • Great for those who like nature and cave exploration. Just follow the available walkways. Recommended to bring along flashlights and wear sneakers (slippery floor). Expect to spend 3-5 hours there for...  read more »
  • when you are reach at niah town or niah national park,this a must go caves,remember to bring plenty of water,a good footwear due to some steps get slippery and definitely a torch to get beautiful,natu...  read more »
  • Niah Caves ini terletak di Bandar Niah,dan mengambil masa kurang lebih 2-3 jam ke sini. Untuk melihat guanya butuh meluangkan sehari di sini. Sepatu yang dipakai butuh cocok untuk berjalan dalam gua.