MIRI, SARAWAK’S SECOND LARGEST CITY
Miri is a city in northern Sarawak, Malaysian state on the island of Borneo. It is the birthplace of Malaysia’s petroleum industry, which remains the major industry of this city. With a population around 300,000 people, Miri has grown phenomenally since oil was first discovered in the early 1900s. Besides being a Resort City, Miri is located near to the Sultanate of Brunei and the Malaysian state of Sabah which has a significant number of expatriate communities for which Jazz deemed to be a suitable music genre for these communities.
Often called the northern gateway to Sarawak, Miri is a very important tourist attraction for Sarawak. The city is surrounded by four world class national parks which are Gunung Mulu National Park (UNESCO World Heritage Site, home to the world’s largest caves), Niah National Park (Historical and archeological site), Lambir Hills National Park (diverse species of flora and fauna) and Loagan Bunut National Park (largest natural lake).
Further tourism information on Miri and Sarawak: Sarawak Tourism Board www.sarawaktourism.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
THE FESTIVAL VENUE – PARK CITY EVERLY HOTEL
The site of Borneo Jazz Festival (since it started) is on the compound ground of the Parkcity Everly Hotel, situated at the banks of the river facing the South China Sea. Positioned on the banks of the Miri River, the Park City Everly Hotel is just a five minutes drive from the central of Miri Town.
RECORDING AGREEMENTS – Audio & Visual
Only broadcasting media with this signed agreement with Borneo Jazz 2012 organiser will be allowed to record or film the festival showcase. The recording permission forms must be signed beforehand if you wish to do the recording. The completed and signed agreement form must be scanned and email to firstname.lastname@example.org
BORNEO JAZZ LOGO
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