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Agree with John B Devon

I was thinking of returning to Madai Caves after 11 years, but I see from John's comments that... read more

Reviewed 27 May 2013
DonFurgowski
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Chicopee, Massachusetts
Bird Nest

This as told by our guide Eddy : Only two times in a year bird nest collected from the Madai Cave... read more

Reviewed 22 April 2013
Dingdongbell78
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Johor Bahru, Malaysia
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26 May 2013
“Agree with John B Devon”
22 Apr 2013
“Bird Nest”
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Reviewed 27 May 2013

I was thinking of returning to Madai Caves after 11 years, but I see from John's comments that nothing has changed. It was a graffitied garbage-strewn dump inhabited by threatening locals giving us the middle finger in 2002. Thanks for the tip John. (I did...More

1  Thank DonFurgowski
Reviewed 22 April 2013

This as told by our guide Eddy : Only two times in a year bird nest collected from the Madai Cave; April and October. Only the 'waris' ( heir ) can collect there and NO outsiders are allowed to do so unless getting permission first....More

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Reviewed 19 July 2012

I went there with my family on a short driving trip (about 1 hr) from Lahad datu town. From the outside, it was inhabited by birdnest collectors who built their stilt houses around the cave mouth. at first we thought there's nothing special until we...More

1  Thank i55ac
Reviewed 1 September 2009

Many of Sabah's caves were well advertised as worthwhile day trips from the main tourist areas of Sandakan and Semporna. With a day's break from scuba diving around Sipadan we decided to visit the Madai caves which lay about an hour in land. Our diving...More

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