3D2N Miri & Niah National Park

Code: BTT17

Tour Program / Itinerary

Miri city tour Local handicraft & souvenir centre

Pick up at hotel lobby or airport 3 hours Miri City Tour that include with a visit to Malaysia 1st Oil Well or The Grand Old Lady located at Canada Hill, The Taoist Temple in South East Asia – San Chin Tien, Miri City Fan - an award winning urban park complex comprising a variety of theme garden, including a botanical garden and an Islamic garden. It is also home to Miri City libary, and a large amphitheatre where concerts are frequently held. Local handicraft & souvenir centre and Tamu Khas ~ the native market, where all the stalls sell various tropical fruit and vegetable. After tour, transfer to hotel for check in.

Niah National Park Niah National Park

After breakfast at hotel, transfer to Niah National Park for 1 ½ drive to the Park. Upon arrival, take a boat to cross the Niah River and visit Niah Museum (closed on Monday). After museum visit, proceed on 3 Km plank walk for about 1hour to the Traders Cave ,The Great Cave - Niah Cave is famous for its edible birds nest found high-up in the cave about 300 ft from the ground. You will have a chance to see the birds nest collector harvest the nest if in season, and last to the Painted cave. At the Painted Cave you are about to see the prehistoric wall drawing as well as the preserved remains of the STONE AGE PEOPLE 40,000 year old. Return journey on the same plank walk to Niah National Park HQ and transfer to hotel for overnight.

local handicraft and souvenirs

Breakfast at hotel and free leisure time for you to explore more or do last minute shopping for local handicraft and souvenirs until transfer to Miri airport for departure flight

  • Transfer as stated in itinerary
  • Entrance fee
  • Niah boat fee
  • 1 lunch
  • 2 nights' accommodation at hotel in Miri
  • English speaking guide.
  • Travel insurance
  • Airfare
  • Guide and driver tipping
  • Our pricing do not include 6% Good & Services Tax (GST) impose by the Malaysian Beginning 2015 , 1st April.

Umbrella or raincoat, insect repellent, torch light, trekking shoes & own drinking water