Gomantong Caves, 90000 Kinabatangan, Sabah, Malaysia
About Gomantong Caves
The caves have been renowned for their valuable edible swiftlet nests, which are harvested for bird's nest soup. The caves and the surrounding area are a protected area for wildlife, especially orangutans.
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