Explore the immense caves, sandy beaches, and open markets in Miri, Malaysia.
Tour the largest caves in the world at Mulu Caves, and hike where the oldest known human remains were discovered at Niah National Park. A few miles from our Miri accommodations, you can perfect your swing at Eastwood Valley Golf and Country Club, scuba dive at Eve’s Garden, or simply relax in the shade of coconut trees on Hawaii Beach.
See the more than one thousand crocodiles at the Miri Crocodile Farm, not far from your Miri hotel. Learn about the Petroleum industry at the Petroleum Museum, then check out Malaysia’s first oil well, the Grand Old Lady, perched on top of Canada Hill. And don’t miss San Ching Tian Taoist Temple, one of the largest in Southeast Asia.
Hotel guests in Miri can browse local arts and crafts at the Miri Handicraft center, haggle for area produce and wares at the Tamu Muhibbah Market, and sample Malaysian “Jungle” food, served on leaves at the Summit Café. After a day full of sightseeing, quench your thirst with tarik––a sweet milky tea––and try some nasi lemak, a rice dish garnished with peanuts and anchovies.