Natural Cave in Rain Forest (Borneo)
This is the Great Cave in the Niah National Park (Borneo).
The wooden poles that can be seen hanging from the roof of the cave are (or were) used by birds-nest collectors to climb and harvest the birds-nests.
Black-and-white version. Which one do you prefer?
Photos of the beautiful natural caves in the Niah National Park (Borneo).
The Great Cave is very large with huge chambers, up to 75m high, and a network of tunnels covering 10 hectares. The Niah caves contain archaeological artifacts including boat-shaped coffins, wall paintings and human remains.
For more information about Niah National Park, read en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Niah_National_Park .
Niah can be reached from the town of Miri in the North of Sarawak. A visit to the caves is complicated and takes a lot of time, due to the lack of easy transportation to the site. Some day I'll write about this adventure, and what I saw in the caves. Stay tuned!
Photos taken in the Malaysian states of Borneo island (Sarawak and Sabah).