Palace Inn Miri

Address: 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

Swimming with crocs, but not by choice!

A travel blog entry by smallcatfun on Jun 14, 2015

69 photos

... could not tell by looking myself what the issue was. Garry was alarmed at what he saw as one of the attachment points was more than 50% worn through. Without getting into too much detail, if one of those let go in a strong breeze it would send the attached shackle flying off in the direction of the roof or who knows where with deadly force. The existing tension on that shackle would transfer to other weak points which would likely also let go and we could easily lose control of the ...

Mulu take 2 / Mulu po raz drugi

A travel blog entry by karolinajb on Jan 02, 2015

2 photos

... 263; sporo. Osobiście nie lubię węży i nie przepadam za pająkami, ale gdy wisisz na linie nad przepaścią z której wystają ostre skały, nagle odkrywasz, że złapanie kolejnej liny która wisi dosłownie 10 cm od pająka wielkości mojej dłoni nie stanowi żadnego problemu. W naszej grupie było 6 osób i przewodnik, który według mnie był wyznawcą zasady ' nie ma ...

Malaysia

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

... and came to a small river and a village. We collectively decided to walk through the village and find a shortcut back to park headquarters. We walked though the village and ended up in the forest. One of the villagers pointed to us to turn around and go back the way we came.

Back at the river, once again we boarded the river taxi and rode back to headquarters with our memories and photos.

Next: In the Jungle with no Phone Service and No Internet....Just Jungle!
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Not as Fit as I Used to Be?

A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Mar 14, 2014

13 photos

... which is supposedly the most biologically diverse in the world, has a number of waterfalls connected by some hiking trails, which wouldn't be much fun or all that safe in the rain. I made myself a cup of tea and some toast and settled in with my book. No need to hurry now.

An hour or so later the sun had returned and I decided to go after all. I took the bus to the Boulevard Mall north of town and luckily remembered how to get to the long distance bus station. If ...