Niah National Park's claim to fame is its role as one of the birthplaces of civilization. Take a boat ride and forest walk with your guide, then step inside the Niah Caves. See one of the world's most significant archaeological sites, where the oldest remains of Homo sapiens in Southeast Asia were discovered. Lunch and round-trip hotel transport from Miri are provided on this full-day tour.
• 8 hours
Discover the Blue Tears phenomenon, a stunning sight of glowing ocean waters in Tusan Beach, Miri. Be amazed with this natural phenomenon turns seawaters into an electric neon blue as it washes up on beach. Walk along the beach at the edge of the tide and leave stunning footprints you will ever make. Take some great photos of this incredible sight at Tusan Beach with your love one and family for an experience that will last for a lifetime.
• 5 hours
Gunung Mulu National Park is a protected rainforest in Malaysian Borneo. It’s known for its dramatic peaks and caves, including the huge, bat-filled Deer Cave. The cave leads to the Garden of Eden, a hidden valley and waterfall enclosed by limestone cliffs. The Pinnacles at Gunung Api are tall, jagged limestone formations with steep trails and rare orchids. The summit of Gunung Mulu Mountain has views over the park.
• 3 days
The Bario Highlands (Kelabit Highlands) is a highland plateau in the interior of Sarawak in Malaysia. The isolated region bordering Kalimantan, Indonesia, is now very popular for jungle trekking as well as those hoping to get away from it all. Lying at an altitude of about 3,500 feet above sea level in the north-eastern corner of Sarawak is the famous Bario Highland, a Kelabit territory, one of the minority Orang Ulu tribes of Sarawak. Bario means ‘Wind’ in Kelabit language. It is affectionately known as the ‘land of a hundred handshakes’ as this is how friendly locals will greet you as you wander around the community.
• 3 days
Gunung Mulu National Park was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2000. This picturesque natural wonder covers 52,865 hectares of primary rainforest that is dissected by several fast-flowing rivers and clear jungle streams. The oldest of Mulu's caves started to form about five million years ago. Heavy rain and continual erosion over the years have carved out the vast subterranean system that exists today. With its deeply-incised canyons, wild rivers, rainforest-covered mountains, spectacular limestone pinnacles, cave passages and features, Mulu has many outstanding scenic qualities.
• 3 days
Situated in the northeastern part of Sarawak, Miri is the second largest city in the state. Popularly known as the 'Oil Town' of Malaysia, the population of this coastal town has witnessed massive technological development since oil was first struck in 1910. On this 3-hour tour you will be taken by coach to many interesting places Miri has to offer, including stops at Canada Hill, the Petroleum Museum, and the Miri Handicraft Centre.
• 3 hours
Lambir Hills National Park contains one of the world’s most complex and diverse forest ecosystems. In a total area of nearly 17,180 acres (6,950 hectares), it is cited as having some of the greatest plant biodiversity on the planet. In addition, plentiful bird species plus flying squirrels, wild pigs, gibbons, monkeys, barking deer, and untold insects contribute to Lambir's rich kaleidoscope. This half-day trip from Miri includes a guided hike and waterfall swim.
• 4 hours
DEPARTURE: 9.00am DURATION : 3 hrs How to reach Limbang City? 1. by air-flight from Miri, Labuan or Kota Kinabalu 2. by speed boat from Labuan or Brunei 3. By land from Brunei, Miri or KK
• 3 hours