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TravelPod Member ReviewsCosy Inn Miri
Cosy Inn is around 60 ringgit per night for a clean, comfortable room with aircon. Situated in heart of Miri near Soho and Mega Hotel, the location is pretty much ideal unless you want to go to Cherrie Berries
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... night that is just round the corner as we don't really want to go to the town. We definitely won't be going to the hotel bar as the resident band is called Outrage, or as we have renamed it....Outrageous band that consists of 3 scantily dressed girls and a man who sort of plays the keyboard, but mainly changes the tracks as it is more like karaoke! There is a tour desk but no one there. Reception said the tour company ...
... if I have a guy with me then I feel safe enough to hitch and its a lot faster and common here. I wouldn’t have done it on my own). I headed back out to the national park the next day and did a long hike to explore the parks many waterfalls but I was left disappointed as Ive seen some of the most spectacular waterfalls now and these were very very average. Doh! These are the reasons I say Miri was a waste of time. It has no wow factors at all.
... and I already knew I was going to miss this place. My last day was spent finally sorting through my laundry, repacking, and updating my blog. I also met a boy at the guest house who is going to the F1 in Kuala Lumpur this weekend as well, and who recommended me a place to stay. Booking a guest house in Kuala Lumpur: check! That evening Evon came to pick me up for a last meal out in Miri. We ended up at an Indian restaurant called ...
... which I just might check out some other time.
After taking in the view I asked Kate whether we could drive back to Pelita. I was still convinced the party would have erupted by now. After all, it was nearly midnight. We ended up checking out the newest club in town, Celebrities. Unfortunately, only a few dozen people were casually having a drink in there, despite the best efforts of the live band performing on stage.
I had to admit defeat. Wednesday nights in Miri ...
... time. We went boating, saw some WWII human skulls in a head hunters cage, BBQed and just hung out around the pool. Smuggled booze, explored the island and even had the Sultan himself wave to us at a red light as he drove by. Not 'was driven by', he was driving himself in one of his 2000+ personal cars.
Brady tried to convince us to stay for a month and go on some 4x4 adventure trips and some hiking trips and we wish we could ...