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TravelPod Member ReviewsImperial Hotel Miri
Over priced food for what you get
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... shopping malls and some beautiful parks where I was drilled during a few military bootcamps I attended ;). During these bootcamps I met many locals who were all extremely friendly and tipped me about all the best places on the island. I got the true Penang experience. After Georgetown came Melaka, a few hours down south, where Dutch influences are still very visible. The Main Street is called 'Jonker Street', the town hall is referred to as the Stadhuis and the city ...
... painted caves. The wall-paintings tell the story of the boat journey of the dead into the afterlife.
Below the paintings on the cave floors, are the boat-shaped coffins where the bodies of the dead, along with things such as pottery, ornaments and beads, all to be used by the dead in the afterlife.
The dates of these "death-ships" have been put between 1 A.D. and 780 A.D. These human remains make Niah Caves as one of the most important ...
... days in Miri, when my lack of a television drove me into the bars to watch the F1 every two weeks. Like those were the only times I was to be found in bars at the time.
Anyway, I am off to Gunung Mulu National Park this morning for a few days, a place where we certainly didn't used to watch TV, and where the generator used to shut off after 10pm. I wonder how much has changed over ...
MIRI – Niah
My 15 hour overnight bus ride to Miri ended at the Sentral Bus Station at 830am. I was greeted by Lachlan, an Aussie whom I met through British John, and his friend Frank, an Aussie ex-pat who married an Iban and went native. Frank immediately made me feel welcome with an offer of a hot shower & bacon & eggs; both very enticing after a week of cold ...
... the bushes and through there to the beach, the driver said the return bus was every hour but which hour was something we never found out !
The marvellous Hawaii Beach was reached by crossing a wooden bridge over a river, where below local fishermen were working on their nets etc and it all looked promising. We reached the beach and found apart from some local boys flying kites we were the only people in sight and this beach ...