Apollo Hotel

4 South Yu Seng Rd., Miri, Sarawak, 98007, Malaysia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Miri

Malaysia

A travel blog entry by lisettebvb

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... it promises to be: friendly people (apart from a nasty Chinese man *********** along the sidewalk), apes (yes, people do get very upset when you call them monkeys), national parks and jungles! I saw the orangutans being fed in Kuching and went on a four hour long trek through the jungle and a cave in Miri. Tomorrow I'm off to Brunei, a filthy rich oil state, to see some more extravaganza before flying off to Kuala Lumpur and meeting Nicole in Indonesia!! I love my life ...

Death Ships (Malaysia)

A travel blog entry by usatexan

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... cave does not have electric lights to light the path. You walk through the darkness of the cave using your own headlight. Occasionally there is some light from a natural hole in the cave top or somewhere, but for the most part you are in the dark shadows.

This cave is as natural as it can be. The crevices are deep and often close by your footing, which is slippery because of all the bat dung. There is no guide so you are on your own to explore and must ...

Not as Fit as I Used to Be?

A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast

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... have my bathing suit on that day, but I wouldn't have gone swimming anyway. I only had a couple of hours before the park would close at 4pm and I really wanted to complete the circle hike.

And so I started climbing the hills after the Finnish couple, past the tree house (which was closed due to some broken steps) and a third waterfall. The climbing turned out to be a lot tougher than I remembered, I was bathing in my own sweat by now (humidity today 75%) and I was ...

New Friends: Like Family

A travel blog entry by seekermm

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Niah National park is the location of Niah Cave. It is one of the largest caves in SEA and is the archeological site where the oldest remains of Homosapian in Asia were discovered. It is also MASSIVE!!! It’s home to millions of bats, swiftlets, crickets, spiders and assorted other creepy crawlers. Two of the local tribes use the cave as a source of income; one collects the ...

Fly to Miri, Sarawak. The start of our tour.

A travel blog entry by trishandleanne

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... fighting our way through the crowds and haggling for some bargains, returning to our hotel just before the next downpour to checkout and head to the airport to catch our flight to Miri. When we reached our hotel in Miri we were greeted by our very enthusiastic guide Rony. He is an absolute delight and extremely informative, with a smile to die for. We all met for a briefing and headed out to a ...

Location

This hotel, located on 4 South Yu Seng Rd., Miri, is near Mulu World Heritage Area.
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