Tua Pek Kong Temple
Miri's oldest Chinese temple – it was founded in 1913 – is a good spot to watch the river traffic float by. During the week-long...
A well-regarded dive company with a fat programme of dive packages and PADI-certification courses. Gets rave reviews for its friendly,...
Borneo Tropical Adventure
Veteran Miri-based company offering packages including the Headhunters Trail from Gunung Mulu National Park (five days, from RM1750) as...
This ever-busy corner bar stocks 16 imported bottled beers and has six on tap, including Guinness. The hefty menu also lists Australian...
Fruit and veggies, some straight from the jungle, are sold at stalls owned by Chinese, Malay, Iban and Orang Ulu.
Lot 1245, Centre Point Commercial Centre, Jln Melayu · interesting places nearby
Summit Café information
If you’ve never tried Kelabit cuisine, this place will open up whole new worlds for your tastebuds. Queue up and choose from the colourful array of ‘jungle food’ laid out at the counter, including dure (fried jungle leaf), minced tapioca leaves, and labo senutuk (wild boar). The best selection is available before 11.30am – once the food runs out it closes.
Owner and chef Sally Bungan Bat uses only Bario salt and homegrown highland rice.