Niah Caves, Niah National Park

The Niah National Park is an area of major archeological significance as the oldest human remains in Southeast Asia dating back 40,000 years were found in its world renowned Niah Caves. The caves is home to millions of bats and swiftlets and witnessing the collection the of guano for use as fertiliser and the hazardous task of harvesting birds' nests can be an absorbing experience.