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Natural Parks & Forests
Silver Jubilee Park
Transportation & Travel Services
Landmarks & Monuments
Commemorates (you guessed it) the billionth barrel of crude oil produced at the Seria field, a landmark reached in 1991...
Museums & Galleries
Puts an 'edutainment' spin on the oil industry. Likely to appeal to young science buffs and Shell employees. About 700m northwest of the bus station.
Features an eclectic assemblage of international talent. Formerly known as the Miri International Jazz Festival.
The low ridge 2km southeast of the town centre was the site of Malaysia’s first oil well, the Grand Old Lady , drilled in 1910...
Beaches, Islands & Waterfronts
Miri has a passable beach and recreation park with food centre at Taman Selera Beach. The food centre juts out into the sea for perfect sunset dining.
A week-long festival of cultural activities, handicrafts and performances, held in September.
Said to be the largest Taoist temple in Southeast Asia. Built in 2000, the design features intricate dragon reliefs brought from China. A huge new Chinese temple is being built right nearby...
Markets & Bazaars
One of the most colourful and friendly markets in Sarawak...
The Petroleum Museum has a few interesting displays on the source of the city’s wealth.
Driving & Motorcycling
Sports & Games
Visitors are welcome to join friendly locals and expats for runs, which begin at 5.15pm every Tuesday and at 4.30pm on the first Saturday of the month...
Held in May, this growing event brings in an eclectic range of performers from across the international jazz scene.
Although the waters off Miri are better known for drilling than diving, the area – much of it part of the Miri-Sibuti Coral Reef Marine Park – has some excellent 7m- to 30m-deep scuba sites, including old oil platfo...
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