Miri Marriott Resort & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
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- Business Services
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TravelPod Member ReviewsMiri Marriott Resort & Spa
Great hotel, magnificent breakfast and a full sized swimming pool.
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Mulu, Borneo- 26-12-15
The airport was a breeze and we had about an hour to kill so we got some food in us and coffee. Called the folks again to wish them a Merry Christmas (I am going to miss living in the future). Our gate was all the way at the end of the terminal. There were only a handful of people waiting at the gate, something like …
... We decided against a visit to the bat cave!!! But did take a boat down the river to visit 3 other caves, each being wonderful in its own right with amazing stalagmites and stalactites, caverns, flowing rivers and an abundance of colourful rock faces, brought back memories of my younger days. A cooling swim in the waterfall and it was back ...
... boat came right over and we still had the engines running! The formalities were a mix of formal and ‘welcome’ as the boat included a group of local tourist agents and a few other hangers-on who immediately swarmed the boat. It was great to have such a warm welcome and the formalities went surprisingly smoothly as the agents had a good chuckle when they found out that Ginette is actually the captain of Small Cat Fun! This is usually a good ice breaker in the more strict ...
... we'd come in the afternoon we just chilled out for the rest of the day and got some food at the cafe. The next day we went to see some caves, wind & clearwater cave first. They hold the title of largest cave complex in the world, and the map showed a maze of passages and caverns which would be a spelunkers delight! The giant passages were carved out by huge river systems hundreds of thousands of years ago, you could see the path the river had carved out of ...
... to worse - we'll get bit wet, not a biggie, we thought... Our walk started shortly before 10 am- since the guide was moving with almost speed of light - we made 3km trek to the Deer Cave in 40 minutes (as we later realized- it was a New Years Eve and the guide was probably trying up get home early). Half way through the Deer Cave our guide pointed at dark steep downhill leading off the main path walk saying 'this way please'. We all kind of hoped he was joking but... No such ...