Whether you are here on business, for leisure and relaxation, for adventure sports, for a unique cultural experience, or for a bit of everything, Miri is a great place to be in. Miri is the perfect gateway to discover the many world heritage treasures and unique native cultures of Northern Sarawak.

It is easy to move around the City- Miri is small enough for strolling.
Recreational outdoor activities are easily found in Miri. There are long, sandy beaches, which are usually well frequented on week-ends; two golf courses of international standing are patronized by amateur and pro-golfers alike; Miri's coastal waters provide divers with amazing "underwater jungles" to explore; and national parks within driving distance from the City centre offer plenty of opportunities for soft adventure trekking in tropical rainforests and nature reserves.
And if you are looking for a first-hand experience of Sarawak's native cultures, numerous longhouses can be visited - where you could experience traditional native dances, sape (guitar) playing, handicraft making and tuak (rice wine) drinking, amongst other things.
And don't miss out on visiting such wonderful places like
  • The Miri City Fan
  • The San Ching Tian Taoist Temple,
  • Canada Hill and the "Old Town" section of the City.
  • Niah Cave
Places to stay:
  • Miri Marriott Resort & Spa
  • Omperial Palace Hotel
  • Somerset Hotel
  • Palace Inn Miri
  • Airbnb facilitates several categories