Miri Resort City is the gateway to northern Sarawak. The town was built due to its oil resources. Its bustling commercial centre is well poised to serve the cosmopolitan petroleum community and welcome tourists from all the four corners of the earth. Miri has excellent public amenities, medical facilities, and financial institutions as well as customs and immigration offices. Sports and recreation are high on the list. A state-of-the-art Marina attracts the international yachting community, and divers who are keen to explore the ‘under water jungles’ below.Miri is small enough for strolling, yet big enough to offer all amenities of life. It is also a staging point for trips to the vast rural hinterland drained by the Baram River, and some of Sarawak’s most famous national parks, including UNESCO World Heritage Site Gunung Mulu, Niah, Lambir Hills, Loagan Bunut lake, and the cool highlands of Bario and Ba Kelalan.
For more information on National Parks, please visit our official website at Sarawak Tourism Board.
c/o Visitors’ Information Centre, Lot 452, Jalan Melayu, 98000 Miri, Sarawak
Tel: +60 85 434181 / Fax: +60 85 434179
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