Apollo Hotel

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


A travel blog entry by lisettebvb


... 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 ...

Last Days in Miri

A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast


... and I already knew I was going to miss this place. My last day was spent finally sorting through my laundry, repacking, and updating my blog. I also met a boy at the guest house who is going to the F1 in Kuala Lumpur this weekend as well, and who recommended me a place to stay. Booking a guest house in Kuala Lumpur: check! That evening Evon came to pick me up for a last meal out in Miri. We ended up at an Indian restaurant called ...

Old Friends and New Friends

A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast


... which I just might check out some other time.

After taking in the view I asked Kate whether we could drive back to Pelita. I was still convinced the party would have erupted by now. After all, it was nearly midnight. We ended up checking out the newest club in town, Celebrities. Unfortunately, only a few dozen people were casually having a drink in there, despite the best efforts of the live band performing on stage.

I had to admit defeat. Wednesday nights in Miri ...

Niah national park

A travel blog entry by tiggerbird


... story compared to the Belaga area, from where we have come.



Miri is a complete change of pace and scenery. A modern city, by Malaysian standards and, offering numerous places to eat. Arriving on the weekend we were lucky, the weekend night market just out of town, provided all our favourites for dinner. With plastic bags and polystyrene containers stacked with a feast, we negotiated a table in the restaurant ...

Empire Hotel, Travel to Miri

A travel blog entry by ryansarah


We took the local bus for $1 each to the Empire Hotel which took 45 minutes. It was massive and clean and had beautiful tiled floors with massive chandeliers. It was very flash with 2 huge pool and a kids pool with kids toys and a toddlers pool, even a pool that you can kayak in. These are all over looking the private beach. The beach was perfectly clean and the water was a stunning blue colour. The hotel was originally built for the guests of the royal family. It also has a ...


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