Grand Palace Hotel

Address: 2-Km. Jl. Miri-Pujut, Pelita Commercial Centre, Miri, Sarawak, 98008, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2-Km. Jl. Miri-Pujut, Pelita Commercial Centre, Miri, is near Mulu World Heritage Area.
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    Travel Blogs from Miri

    Swimming with crocs, but not by choice!

    A travel blog entry by smallcatfun on Jun 14, 2015

    69 photos

    Finally a chance to sit down and update the blog. We are at anchor on the northern Borneo coast just off Kuching, having survived a pretty harrowing anchor at Santubong just to the south west of here. We arrived in Borneo after a long passage from Natuna in Indonesia, anchoring at Tanjung Datu national park on the very western tip where we hiked in search of the world's largest flower – the elusive Rafflesia flower. Unfortunately, the resident flower had died the previous season ...

    Gunung Mulu National Park

    A travel blog entry by markncatherine on Mar 09, 2015

    22 photos

    We passed Gunung Mulu National Park on the way out to Bario, but unfortunately there are no direct flights from the latter. So we had to fly back past Mulu and then fly back there again! The park encompasses a large area of rainforest and some very famous limestone caves. The heat and humidity were fierce when we got there, especially coming from the cool highlands - I felt drained and lay down on the hardwood floor for half an hour before considering anything ...


    A travel blog entry by sgaudun on Feb 04, 2015

    ... of Chinese dialects, English, and even Dyak. Some complain that the government is nearly totally run by Malayans with only a few token Malaysians of Chinese heritage. Food and transportation is quite cheap eg 4 hour bus ride $10. US.....most meals $2 to $5. US. With a little effort one can even find some inexpensive beer ( eg 4 cans of Tsingtao for $3. plus US)in this predominantly Muslim country.

    Mulu take 2 / Mulu po raz drugi

    A travel blog entry by karolinajb on Jan 02, 2015

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    ... rain and the biggest flood in the last 20 years. Most of tours were cancelled on the day and no one really knew if anything will go ahead the next one... So far- no good. Despite all of that we booked all the tours we were interested in (subject to cancelation if the water level remains too high) - as it turned out- all the tours we wanted- did go ahead in the end. It's amazing how fast the rain forest can deal with a crazy amount of water- in only 16 hours the water level ...

    Day 74: Brunei Relaxation

    A travel blog entry by mfln31 on Mar 16, 2014

    1 photo

    ... the girls most of the sunbathing. On the way back we called in at a supermarket to get supplies for tonight's dinner which the girls are now preparing. It promises to be a sumptuous feast of chicken, potatoes and veg. Lauren and I are actually sick of eating in restaurants so it will no doubt be a welcome change.

    The photo that I've uploaded is of Graces's living room. Unfortunately the quality is decidedly questionable as I took it on my tablet.