Miri Trail Guesthouse
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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.
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