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Imperial Palace Hotel Geared To Attract More Mice Business

One of many venues for conference and business meetings in Borneo

The petroleum industry has played a significant role in Miri’s economic development has earned it the honour of being called the first oil town in Malaysia; but these days, the city is also rapidly transforming itself into a new MICE destination.

Located in the Northeast of Sarawak near the Brunei border, Miri is surrounded by some of the most stunning natural attractions in the world. Just a short flight from the city is Sarawak’s very own World Heritage Site, Gunung Mulu National Park, home to one of the world’s most extensive and impressive cave systems. Niah National Park, another historic cave, is the site of the oldest human settlement in Southeast Asia, dating back 40,000 years. Nearby Lambir Hills National Park is home to the world’s most diverse forest ecosystem. There are many more natural attractions perfect for meeting incentives as well as for pre- and post-tour options in and around Miri.

Miri currently boasts 11 international-class hotels. The latest addition is the Imperial Palace Hotel, offering a total of 307 comfortable yet very affordable spacious and contemporary rooms. It is strategically located in the heart of Miri and is a much anticipated new landmark added to Miri City.

Mr. Su Sii Jiong, General Manager of the Imperial Palace Hotel said, “We are committed to creating the finest experience in Northeast Sarawak. Since our grand opening in September 2010, we have focussed on increasing our presence and share in the MICE market. The Imperial Palace Hotel is strategically located and has the right facilities and services to cater for corporate meetings and events.”

The hotel offers 4 multi-functional conference rooms which are able to hold up to 400 persons for a sit-down banquet dinner and 600 persons in a theatre setting. All function rooms are equipped with cutting edge audio-visual facilities and wireless high speed internet access. Within the hotel, there are lobby shops for shopping convenience, a business centre, fitness centre with a gym and an outdoor Jacuzzi pool; free-and-easy restaurants, a café complete and lounge.

“We are looking forward to working with the Sarawak Convention Bureau (SCB) in attracting MICE business from around the world to Sarawak, establishing Sarawak as a preferred MICE destination with a difference” Mr. Su Sii Jiong added.

For more information on the Imperial Palace Hotel please visit www.imperialpalacehotel.com.my. For MICE support and ideas to create an unforgettable experience in Sarawak please visit the Sarawak Convention Bureau at www.businesseventssarawak.com.

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