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Museum Agop Batu Tulug, Kinabatangan – Sabah Borneo

JUNE, 2016
Agop Batu Tulug Caves is an archaeological site in the Malaysian state of Sabah and refers to a group of several caves in a steep limestone cliffs in the Kinabatangan district.
Located at Batu Puteh Village, 41km from Kota Kinabatangan township and 80km from Sandakan town.
It is an isolated limestone hill and reaches about 40 metres in height and is part of the Labang limestone formation, 20-25 million years ago. It was used as an ancient log coffin burial site from about 500 to 900 years ago. There are three main caves in Agop Batu Tulug, namely Agop Sawat (upper cave), Agop Lintaga (middle cave) , and Agop Suriba (lower cave).
Ancient Log Coffin.
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