Kingwood Inn

Address: Lot 826, Jalan Yu Seng Utara, Miri, Sarawak, 98008, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Lot 826, Jalan Yu Seng Utara, 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

    ... fly the spinnaker a good part of the way with Sa Vahn taking some pictures and video. The fishing surprisingly remained terrible although Sa Vahn picked up a tuna on the lure I made for them. The Indonesians have a history of fishing with both dynamite and cyanide and this appears to have severely reduced the biomass around the area. Despite crystal clear blue water and perfect habitat there were few fish both on the reef and offshore, although Evia Blue (Jan) picked up a nice wahoo on ...

    Mulu take 2 / Mulu po raz drugi

    A travel blog entry by karolinajb on Jan 02, 2015

    2 photos

    ... wróciliśmy na kwaterę- brudni, przemęczeni, poobijani i uśmiechnięci - zakończyliśmy stary rok w dobrym stylu :) Z racji sposobu w jaki zakończyliśmy stary rok- wypadało nowy otworzyć równie orginalnie- wspinananiem, balansowaniem i przeciskaniem się przez jedną z trudniejszych jaskiń w parku - jaskinią Racer. Zabawa była świetna, choć zakończyłam ją z większą ...


    A travel blog entry by lisettebvb on May 19, 2014

    1 comment, 54 photos

    It hasn't even been a month yet but I feel like I've seen so much! Malaysia is so very different from the places I've travelled to so far. Not only has this country been influenced by a strong presence of the Chinese and the Indians in the early days, but it was also colonized by the Portuguese, the Dutch and the British. They have all left their mark. When walking through an average street, it is very likely that you'll first pass a mosque, then a Christian ...

    Death Ships (Malaysia)

    A travel blog entry by usatexan on Mar 30, 2014

    56 photos

    ... step. You could easily stumble into a large crevice in this dark cave.

    It turns out there are local people here collecting the guano (bat and bird droppings). They work by light from paraffin lamps. The guano is taken back to their local thriving community in sacks, where it is graded and sold for fertilizer. This was the voices we heard mixed in with the bird calls. I thought it was something more out-of-this world, but oh-well, just live people. The ...

    A Great Way to Kick Off the Formula 1 Season

    A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Mar 17, 2014

    2 photos

    ... and was surprised to find I wasn't at all the only one watching the race there. I felt a strange bond with all the men watching the race that afternoon, even though none of us actually spoke a word to each other.

    The results of the race could have been better as far as my favourite team Ferrari are concerned, but it was certainly an interesting race and yet again it felt like ...