Once upon a time of 40,000 years ago, Niah Great Cave provided shelter for early humans. Here lies the oldest human known site in Southeast Asia. Today, the cave is home only to bats, swiftlets and other specially adapted forms of life. The famous Painted cave is another highlight of the visit to Niah. The Great Cave and Painted Cave are declared as National Historical Monuments. They were also claimed as national parks in 1974.
● Children aged 12 years and above are considered adults
● Children aged 3 and below join for free
● Extra fees apply for foreign language guide: German, Japanese, French
● All rates are applied for Malaysians and non-Malaysians and they are at nett price.