ABOUT NIAH NATIONAL PARK

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Known for the site where the oldest human remains were discovered in Southeast Asia, Niah National Park has lots to offer to both its day and overnight visitors. The park itself has multiple caves with impressive and archeological sites.

The surrounding area has dense primary rain forest which is home to many species of plants and wildlife. In the evening, visitors get to take a romantic walk in the moonlight and be serenaded by the symphony of sounds from the rainforest.

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ENTRANCE FEES

MALAYSIAN

Description

Age

Rate  (RM)

Adult 18 – 59 10.00
Senior Citizen 60 and above 5.00
Disabled Person 6 and above 5.00
Children 6 – 17 3.00

NON-MALAYSIAN

Description

Age

Rate  (RM)

Adult 18 and above 20.00
Disabled Person 6 and above 10.00
Children 6 – 17 7.00
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Getting there

Niah Cave Trail Map (inclusive of coastal road)

Additional Info:

Traveler can getting there by…

The park headquarters is a two-hour’s drive from Miri or Bintulu either via old road or new coastal road. From the park headquarters you need to cross the Niah River in a motorized boat and then take a one hour walk on a walkway to reach the entrance of The Great Cave. The walkway also links to an Iban longhouse homestay.

The park headquarters is a two-hour’s drive from Miri or Bintulu either via old road or new coastal road. From the park headquarters you need to cross the Niah River in a motorized boat and then take a one hour walk on a walkway to reach the entrance of The Great Cave. The walkway also links to an Iban longhouse homestay.

Take Bus from the Pujut Corner Bus Terminal, Miri. From here, take any bus heading to Bintulu, Sibu & Kuching. Approximate travel time 1 Hour 30 minutes. Get off at Niah Rest Stop (Ngu’s Junction). From here, take private vehicle to Park Headquarters approximate 17KM/30 minutes’ drive.

Counter Operating Hours :

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(Monday – Sunday including Public Holidays) – 8.00am until 5.00pm

Day Trip Visitors – 8.00am until 3.00pm

Overnight Visitors – 8.00am until 5.00pm

(Please be informed that the back gate will close at 6.00pm. The back gate is for the path walk along the river bank. Last trip is at 3pm as the boat will operate until 7pm only)