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Budget Accommodation in Miri
PLACES OF INTEREST in MIRI CITY 美里
Niah National Park
109km south-west of Miri City
40,000 year old human remains were discovered in the Niah Cave.
Niah National Park offers jungle walk, Iban longhouse and cave experiences.
Opposite the central bus station at Jalan Padang. This colourful native market, Tamu Muhibbah, selling a range of exotic fruits, vegetables, handicrafts and produce from upriver areas.
Miri City Fan Garden
The award-wining urban park complex is popular with the local for strolling, jogging or just chilling out.
Miri City Fan located at Jalan Kipas roundabout comprised of variety of themes, a Botanical Garden and an Islamic Garden and also a large Amphitheatre where concerts are frequently held.
The Taman Awam
This public park is located at Jalan Miri-Bintulu. A huge family park with children playground, botanical garden, jogging trails and an observation platform accessible by a wooden walkway.
Grand Old Lady
Grand Old Lady the no 1 oil well located on Canada Hill, a limestone ridge with an excellent view of Miri city and its surrounding areas.
The Petroleum Museum which is also located nearby provide an excellent history of oil and gas industry in Miri itself and also in Malaysia as a whole.
Tua Pek Kong Temple
Next to the fish market is the Tua Pek Kong Temple.
San Ching Tian Temple
the largest Taoist temple in Southeast Asia ...
Superb orange color roof, elegant lotus design motif, this largest Taoist temple in Southeast Asia on Jalan Krokop 9, 4 Km outside of Miri center, is an impressive and atmospheric place to visit. Completed in 2000 after 3 years construction and cost RM10 million (USD3.5 million). Decorations and motif were imported from China. The roof adorned with dragons, elegant lotus design motif and the delightful wind chimes make this an atmospheric place to visit.
Want to know where your meal of fresh fish and seafood come from, head out to the Fish Market in the morning on Jalan Bendahara where you can see the local fishermen landed their catch of the day.