Dubbed as Sarawak’s resort city, Miri is surrounded by golden sand, clear water, and blue skies. Explore Canada Hill which offers superb hiking trails and scenic views of the entire city. Head to Marina Bay for the trishaw adventure. Snorkel or dive at Miri-Sibuti Coral Reef National Park and explore the world-famous UNESCO World Heritage Site Mount Mulu National Park, where the world’s most extensive cave systems are found. Miri’s nightlife is not to be missed either. Marina Parkcity is a haven for after-hours fun and so is the main city strip where you can find some of the best street food around. Feel like a millionaire without needing a million dollars by booking a room at any of the luxury international hotels and resorts along the coastline.
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International Airports: 1
Currency: Malaysian Ringgit (MYR)
Number of Hotel Rooms: 2,735
Most nationalities do not require visas for short social or business visits to Malaysia. Passports are usually stamped for three (3) months. Visitors must be in possession of a valid passport or travel document with a minimum validity of six (6) months beyond the period of stay.
Nationals from countries that require a visa can apply through the nearest Malaysian embassy by submitting the following documentation:
Visa applications must be made at any Malaysian Representative Office.
Applications can also be made online through the I-Visa System (Applicable for visitors from People’s Republic of China, India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Bhutan, Serbia and Montenegro only).
Apply for a visa here.
The information above serves as a guide and is subject to change. For clarification, please visit https://www.imi.gov.my/index.php/en/main-services/visa/visa-requirement-by-country/ for full information on visas and visa processes.
Miri has more than 2,000 rooms across a spectrum of star ratings. They are strategic and close to convention venues. A majority of hotels are located in the city centre and a short walking distance to shopping malls, clinics, eateries and entertainment outlets.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site and BBC’s Planet Earth feature, Mount Mulu National Park is home to the largest cave passage and underground chambers on Earth. Explore the spectacular biodiversity during the day and witness the extraordinary bat exodus during the late evenings. Take a direct flight to Mulu from Kuching International Airport or Miri International Airport. Settle at the luxurious Mulu Marriott Resort & Spa or the budget-friendly park bungalows.
Take the most famous race show in the world and turn it into your teambuilding plan. Event experts will craft an itinerary that will suit your needs and budget without compromising on fun and silliness. Explore iconic landmarks and learn more about the history and heritage along your race trail. Friendly or challenging – it’s your choice.