Palace Inn Miri

Lot 192, Kwangtung Road, Miri, Sarawak, 98000 , Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Lot 192, Kwangtung Road, Miri, is near Mulu World Heritage Area.
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Travel Blogs from Miri

Caves and more trekking

A travel blog entry by jessicachant88 on May 26, 2014

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... wooden poles to the ceiling of the caves to collect the nests. Further in it got a bit darker until there was a hole in the roof and sunlight was streaming in, you could see the rays coming all the way down like something from a movie. Even the guide started taking photos, I don't think it happens all the time. It was beautiful. The next part of the cave was really dark and a lot narrower, but not claustrophobic, we had to use torches to ...

Old Friends and New Friends

A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Mar 13, 2014

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... caught me up on the situation of the travel industry in Sarawak these days. The small travel companies from Australia and Europe they used to work with in the past have pretty much all been swallowed up by bigger companies, no longer offering the travel packages to Borneo they specialize in. And the independent travelers who used to rely on them for their bookings now make their arrangements through the internet. Like me, I thought guiltily.

So these days they have to make ...

KO in KB with Mr and Mrs CO and Es

A travel blog entry by sarahloveday1 on Feb 06, 2014

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... and unless you have access to the secret store at the Naafi (see (4) ), you can't buy alcohol or pork sausages - not sure which is worse of those two things. You can also go on various boat trips/ excursions which beat a trip to Exmoor Zoo hands down. On this occasion we took a river boat up into the mangrove swamps and saw monitor lizards, monkeys and most excitingly, a crocodile which we were quite happy watching sunbathing on the river bank, until ...


A travel blog entry by hannahandtom on Oct 11, 2013

... I wanted to see.

We eventually got through to the departure lounge. This was about the size of an actual lounge with no shops to buy food or water either. Luckily it looked like our flight was on time, although everyone else’s seemed to be delayed. Oh well, lucky us! That was until twenty minutes before we were due to leave when we were told it wouldn't be leaving till 11pm! Whhhaaaaaaaaaaaaaat?!! That was two ...

Headhunters and Longhouses

A travel blog entry by vagabondtour on May 17, 2013

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... t gone to the cities still supply fish and the occasional wild boar if they have been lucky. In the old days everyone shared with each other. Now a days its each family for themselves and if you have excess you sell it to your neighbours. Besides the 5 woman and 2 children we do not see anybody else around.

Back on the boat we drift in the current and stop at another settlement. A flight of metal stairs lead up the bank and there are a few wooden ...