Niah Caves are located in Malaysia as part of Niah National Park. They are found within the district of Miri in Sarawak where there are a series of other cave systems. Niah Cave is not the largest cave in any fashion, but it is still a wonder of nature and presents visitors with a great opportunity to explore the mystical world of caves.
Niah National Park is home to the Niah Great Cave which is the main part of the area. The Gunung Subis complex is made up of several voluminous, high ceiling chambers. The main cave is isolated from the complex and separated by a valley that is about 492 to 656 feet (150-200 m) wide. At the highest point, the Gunung Subis complex rises about 1,293 feet (394 m) above sea level and is about 10.5 miles (17 km) inland from the South China Sea.