City Inn

Lot 568, Blk 9, Lee Tak St., Miri, Sarawak, 98000, Malaysia | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Miri

Not as Fit as I Used to Be?

A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast


... I couldn't give up this easily. It was only 0.34 km to the waterfall, so 0.7 km there and back. How bad could it be?

And so I set off to the next waterfall. Getting there was easy. It took me less than ten minutes to navigate my way down. And the Finnish guy was right, the waterfall was stunning. But now I was down there, I really had to gather my strength to get back up that hill. With no more water, and still sweating like crazy. For a brief moment I even ...

Can't get down

A travel blog entry by ecour0404


... a dorm room again, the hostel was pretty much dead. I walked into a restaurant and immediately forced my friendship upon a guy in transit between work and Australia. His name was Mat and was from new Zealand. We ended up having dinner and a couple drinks together and once again I somehow found myself at a Malaysian night club. It was called cherrie berrie (and was as classy as it sounds) there was a band with 2 female singers and a make rapper that ...

Escape to Brunei

A travel blog entry by themooners


... with oil and gas fields and that, in part, is how we ended up here.

As luck would have it an old college buddy and fraternity brother works for Shell and is currently stationed here. He and his family have been here for about 3 years and when they heard we were in the area (that being S.E. Asia) they graciously opened their doors to we two smelly and road weary travelers. The craziest part is that Brady and I have not seen ...

A walk in the dark

A travel blog entry by meandbigt


... a human skull in one of the caves which was proven to be 40'000 years old, subsequently becoming the oldest human remains ever discovered in South-East Asia. Parts of the caves are still being excavated even now, digging up tools and other bits and bobs that cave dwellers owned. We didn't see any skeletons luckily but it was pitch black for most of the walk through so who knows what we shuffled past. The ...

Headhunters and Longhouses

A travel blog entry by vagabondtour


... them. Visiting a Longhouse has not been high on my list of things to do as I believe them to be a bit of a tourist attraction and I also feel uncomfortable wandering through peoples homes. Despite this we head off up river in a wooden narrow boat with our guide and his dog. Kim has much the same views as me about the longhouses so we will see what it is all about.

We stop at settlement with a few scattered buildings, a recently tarred road, a volley ...


This inn, located on Lot 568, Blk 9, Lee Tak St., Miri, is near Mulu World Heritage Area.
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