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In the morning we left Bintulu by bus, heading for Miri.
Some 30 km from Miri is a small NP located called Lambhir Hills. Just have to inform the bus driver and he made a short stop to let us out, and other tourists letting hop on the bus.
Lambhir Hills has some nice waterfalls amids the jungle, some of which you can swim in. Because …
... house. Most notable was the change in vegetation, with lush trees and bushes around everywhere.
The house itself looked pretty much the same. A family was clearly living there, as indicated by the number of shoes near the front door. After a quick look around I decided to cross the road and head to the beach at the so-called Luak Esplanade, where I used to spend my time reading and watching the sun disappear.
The beach hadn't changed much, and apart from the larger ...
... everyone had a tablet/laptop in addition to their smartphone. How would we survive being offline for 3 whole days? Some were letting their friends on Facebook know that they would be offline for potentially days.
I chilled out with my Ipod listening to a book "Black like me" about a white journalist in 1959 changing his appearance to that of a negro. This was in ...
Started our day off with a tour by Mohammed which encompassed a few of the major mosques and a boat ride to the water village completed by morning tea in a local village residence home.
i am quite sure the children have learnt an enormous amount with exposure to a different culture; Joel has been taken with the fact there is so much real ...
... double story wooden structure. The windows are broken, the wood is rotting and our guide informs us that all the families have moved away but do come home for Christmas. At the end of this building is another wooden house where an old lady lives alone with her cat. She is quite chatty and through the interpretations of our guide she explains that its very quiet living here and she only has one neighbour who comes across and they share meals. We leave them ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsMiri Trail Guesthouse
Through the Miri Trail Guesthouse website we booked a package for visiting the Mulu Gunung NP.
To catch our early flight to Mulu we decided to stay at the Miri Trail Guesthouse for one night, convenient 'cause it's just right across the Miri Airport.
Staff was young but friendly. Rooms are very basic: just the bed, no tables or chairs or wardrobe. Most rooms don't have a window and the walls are very thin so you bring your earplugs.
Toilets and showers are down the hall, but clean. No breakfast.
Wi-fi is only available in certain rooms (signal is not strong).
For just one night it was fine for us.
For visiting the city centre you'll have get a cab (we picked one at the airport).
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.