Palace Inn Miri

Lot 192, Kwangtung Road, Miri, Sarawak, 98000 , Malaysia | Hotel
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Miri

A travel blog entry by hannahandtom

... convenient we decided to fly. Unfortunately the flight was at about 9pm so we had a lot of waiting around at the airport. Even when we got to the airport we were early for check in. This meant that whilst browsing the shops I came across a newspaper showing details of a plane crash the previous day just outside Kota Kinabalu.... AND IT WAS A PLANE FROM THE AIRLINE WE WERE ABOUT TO FLY WITH WHICH CRASHED!!!! As a nervous flyer, this was ...

Empire Hotel, Travel to Miri

A travel blog entry by ryansarah

6

... with a 3D cinema and a golf course. Very nice place to stay at $300 a night. We were told the local Brunei people can stay there for only $100 per night. We had to catch a taxi back to town as we had to be back to catch the 1.30pm bus to Miri. After we had lunch at the food court next to our accommodation we sat and waited for the bus at the pick up point. Just as we got on the bus the two ladies from the food court bought us some homemade scones because they thought we may ...

My Mum's country!

A travel blog entry by laurs-and-matt

5

... sausage, egg, beans & toast option! The strangest thing was the baked beans, they were in fact butter beans covered in normal baked bean sauce?! Then next to that, a splodge of sweet chilli sauce?! Nevertheless we all ate well and were set for the day!

At 8:30am, our tour guide arrived to pick us up. He introduced himself as Richman, but was quick to point out he was not actually a rich man! We jumped in his car and set off on the 2 hour journey to the Niah ...

Buses, Boarders & Bizarre Rules

A travel blog entry by jameshardy88

4

... upon getting on though the driver (Incorrectly as it turned out) told us that this was not the right bus. Frustrated we trudged across town to the local station where we had to wait another 45 minutes until the next bus. Eventually arriving at the central station we booked tickets for all three of us the following day to Kota Kinabalu and then out tickets to the Niah caves (Well near them anyway). Another half hour wait ensued at the end of ...

Gawai Dayak

A travel blog entry by jameshardy88

1
15

... together in a single building! I really couldn't have arrived in Borneo at a better time to see the longhouses. It is the middle of Gawai Dayak (Known as the harvest or rice wine festival for us backpackers). Essentially it is a very communal celebration during which there is lots of eating, drinking (Rice wine in particular), as well as a few (To our eyes at least) peculiar traditional customs. One of the main ones revolved around a ceremonial ...

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This hotel, located on Lot 192, Kwangtung Road, Miri, is near Mulu World Heritage Area.
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1.50 of 5 stars Poor