This was my fourth trips and I was determine to capture the beauty of Sarawak's blessed natural rain forest, its environments, its inhabitants and most of all the great cave, Batu Niah Cave.
Today's journey to the cave is much much easier with 3km or more, 5 foot planked footpath, starting from the entrance, for people to walk to the caves. Going to Batu Niah is accessible by road from Miri, about 1hour drive. Sarawak's Niah Cave claim to have the oldest relices of human habitation in South East Asia with remains dating back 40,000 years. The great caves within the park also contain paintings estimate to be over 1000 years old. This is a "It's magnificent!" remarks by an Australian woman I encountered but could not manage to make it to the painting caves as she was exhausted to walk another ten minutes further.
Sure am glad I am able to see it with my own eyes and captured it with my photography. The caves is an important pre-historical site. Truly awesome and unique beauty of Sarawak.