2 Days/ 1 NightStart time
Start time: 0830h (08:30am)
Duration: 2 Days/ 1 Night
Your hotel in Miri/ Mulu.
(Please mention your hotel name and address at the time of booking. If you do not have this information now, please contact the local activity operator 24 hours prior to the start of the tour with these details.)
Your hotel in Miri / Mulu
You will be picked up from your hotel in Miri in the morning after breakfast and taken on a scenic countryside drive to Niah National Park. Situated approximately 110 kilometres away, the drive will take you through oil palm plantations and local pepper farms and villages.
On arrival at the Niah National Park, you will register at the Park headquarters and check in at the National Park chalet. After lunch and a short rest you will set out for a short walk on one of the trails available at the park. Lunch/ dinner will be at the Niah canteen. Overnight at the Park Chalet.
Breakfast and then take the longboat ride at Pangkalan Lobang to cross the river where you will start with a visit to the Niah Archaeological Museum first. The prehistoric Niah Caves is famed for its role as one of the birthplaces of civilisation in Asia. The oldest human remains were found in Niah making the Park one of the most important archaeological sites of the world.
Tour of the cave will take you through the Great and Painted Caves as well as allowing you to witness the age-old remnants of bird’s nest harvesting equipment inside the cave (now a government controlled activity). Tour into the caves will take approximately 3 hours. Stop over at Niah Park canteen for a local lunch before your return to Miri. Arrive back at the hotel around 1800h (6:00pm).
Please call the tour operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour to reconfirm the departure details.
Guests are required to sign a Liability Form.
Single Supplement: MYR 120.00 per passenger
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