Monday, March 06, 2017

Niah Cave Exploration with Borneo Explorer 婆罗洲的尼亚石洞

The Batu Niah Cave is situated at about 3km away from the Niah town and 65km away from the Miri town in Sarawak, Borneo. Gazette as a National Park in the year of 1975, where the oldest human remains were found in Niah cave which makes the cave one of the most important archaeological site in the world.

During my visit, I capture quite a numbers of photos in the cave, and would like to share with you how the cave looks like.

砂劳越,婆罗洲的尼亚石洞位于距离尼亚镇约3公里处,而距离美里市约65公里。在1974年被政府公报为受保护的国家公园。是东南亚数一数二的考古遗址,最古老的人类遗骸就是在这儿发掘到的。

我拜访的期间摄影了许多的照片,在此和大家分享尼亚石洞内的景

The local here are using the bamboo to harvest birdnest, the only equipment they use are some bamboo and ropes. They harvest the birdnet without any safety percaution. Its a danger job!!!

当地的土著会在洞穴内采燕窝,而他们只有利用竹子,架在石壁上。然后就打赤身体在无任何安全设施下攀爬,这些都是冒者生命危险换回来的血汗钱。
Archaeological site, some of the digging work are still in progress in hope to unearth more historical artifac. 
考古遗址,一些挖掘工作仍在进行中,希望发掘更多的历史文物。

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