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Located nearby the border of Brunei, Miri is the second biggest city in Sarawak. With a population over 358,020 citizens, Miri continues to be a major tourist attraction for both local and foreign tourists. Attractions like Gua Niah, Bukit Lambi and Gua Mulu would surely give you the adventure you’ve been looking for. What makes this place even more special is the number of hotels in Miri that accommodates the needs of the tourists.

Popular hotels in Miri

LOBBY Emart Hotel (Riam) S/B

Emart Hotel (Riam) S/B

Hotels
1st Floor, Lot 8556-8557,Block 1, Lambir Land District, Miri Town, Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia, 98000
Convenient
8.1
(40)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Dynasty Hotel Miri

Dynasty Hotel Miri

Hotels
LOT 683, BLOCK 9, JALAN PUJUT-LUTONG, CDT 20, Miri Town, Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia, 98009
Impressive
8.6
(414)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Hotel Nur Miri

Hotel Nur Miri

Hotels
Lot 1271-1274, Block 9, MCLD, Jalan Bendahara, Miri Town, Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia, 98000
Impressive
8.8
(175)
BEDROOM 91 Street Boutique Inn

91 Street Boutique Inn

Hotels
Lot 2016-2018, Jalan Ms1/1 Marina Square 1, Marina Parkcity, Miri Town, Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia, 98000
Convenient
7.9
(72)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Imperial Palace Hotel

Imperial Palace Hotel

Hotels
Lot 1120, Block 7, Jalan Sehati, MCLD, Miri Town, Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia, 98000
Impressive
8.8
(549)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING M Empire Motel

M Empire Motel

Hotels
Lot 1245 & 1246, Centre Point Commercial Centre Phase 1, Jalan Melayu, Miri Town, Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia, 98000
Convenient
8.0
(146)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Pullman Miri Waterfront

Pullman Miri Waterfront

Hotels
Lot 1347, Miri Waterfront Commercial Centre, Miri Town, Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia, 98000
A stay at Pullman Miri Waterfront places you in the heart of Miri, within a 5-minute drive of Marina Beach and Tanjong Lobang Beach. This 4.5-star hotel is 2.1 mi (3.3 km) from Bintang Plaza and 2.2 mi (3.6 km) from Imperial Shopping Mall.
Impressive
8.8
(252)
LOBBY The Room

The Room

Hotels
Lot 1570-1573, Jalan Brooke,, Miri Town, Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia, 98000
Impressive
8.5
(139)
BEDROOM Jinhold Hotel & Serviced Apartment

Jinhold Hotel & Serviced Apartment

Hotels
Lot 14735, Airport Commercial Centre, Jalan Airport,, Miri Town, Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia, 98000
Impressive
8.8
(231)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Kingwood Boutique Hotel Miri

Kingwood Boutique Hotel Miri

Hotels
Lot 826, Jalan Yu Seng Utara P.O. Box 1838, Miri Town, Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia, 98008
Impressive
9.0
(452)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Meritz Hotel Miri

Meritz Hotel Miri

Hotels
Bintang Megamall, Jalan Miri-Pujut, Miri Town, Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia, 98000
Impressive
8.5
(436)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Grand Palace Hotel

Grand Palace Hotel

Hotels
Lot 638, Blk 7, MCLD, Pelita Com Centre, 2KM Jln Miri-Pujut,, Miri Town, Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia, 98008
Impressive
8.9
(439)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING La Mirina Boutique Inn

La Mirina Boutique Inn

Hotels
Lot 1955, Ground Floor, Marina Square 2, Marina Parkcity, Miri Town, Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia, 98000
Convenient
8.0
(41)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Dragon Inn @ Miri

Dragon Inn @ Miri

Hotels
Lot 355 Jalan Masjid, P.O. Box 1673, Miri Town, Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia, 98008
Impressive
8.4
(83)
BEDROOM Kenyalang Suite

Kenyalang Suite

Hotels
Lot 2113, Edward Jeli Road off Krokop 10, Miri Town, Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia, 98000
Located in Miri, Kenyalang Suites is minutes from San Ching Tian Temple and close to Miri Boulevard Shopping Complex. This hotel is within close proximity of Miri Golf Club and Imperial Shopping Mall.
Convenient
7.8
(92)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Somerset Hotel

Somerset Hotel

Hotels
Lot 213-215 Kwangtung Road PO Box 1476, Miri Town, Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia, 98008
Impressive
8.3
(33)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Raja Inn Hotel

Raja Inn Hotel

Hotels
Lot 246, Jalan Setia Raja, Commercial Center, , Miri Town, Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia, 98000
Convenient
8.1
(71)
LOBBY Chemara Boutique Hotel

Chemara Boutique Hotel

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Lot 1436 & 1437, Block 1, MCLD, Jalan Pasar Lutong, Miri Town, Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia, 98000
Impressive
8.8
(30)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Miri Hotel

Miri Hotel

Hotels
No. 47, Brooke Road, PO Box 138,, Miri Town, Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia, 98007
Impressive
8.4
(85)
LOBBY Telang Usan Hotel Miri

Telang Usan Hotel Miri

Hotels
Lot 2431, Block 1, 2.5 KM Airport Road, Miri Town, Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia, 98009
Convenient
7.5
(27)

Guest reviews in Miri

8.8
Impressive
5,385 reviews from hotels in Miri with aggregated rating of 8.8/10.
Review from various users that have stayed in Miri will help you to choose the perfext hotel easily!
KB
The room comfy & clean. Breakfast was awesome.
TS
Absolutely wonderful experience stay, comfortable of a 5 star standard.
MF
My only concern was my check-in, the receptionist couldn't find my booking through the app and it took almost 10 minutes. Maybe the system. Anything else during my stay was comfortable.
AA
for me, this hotel quite ok & comfortable.
JD
Great place, nice room & breakfast & room serivce the food was awesome!
The room was clean and big. My kids enjoy to have their online class there. But the first night, the air-conditioning was break, we felt hot and can't sleep well. On the second day, we able to change a new room. The breakfast and wifi of the hotel need to improve.
CS
7.0
/ 10
7.0
Hope next time the room air cond in good condition.
NE
8.5
/ 10
8.5
Happy and satisfied with the room. Spacious and clean.
DM
6.0
/ 10
6.0
Unsatisfying..air condition not functioning well.

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Currently, there are around 87 hotels that you can book in Miri

About

Miri is a city in Sarawak, Malaysia, located in the Borneo island and is very close to Brunei Darussalam as well as Indonesia. The lively city is dubbed as the second largest city in Sarawak and even earns a reputation as the most cosmopolitan city.

Miri is home to Malaysian petroleum industry, dating back its first oil well and production in 1910. For that, the city is also labeled as the "Oil Town of Malaysia". This city enjoys prosperous economy due to the thriving oil and gas industry in the city. This stable economic condition has shaped Miri into a modern and busy city populated by many luxurious hotels and shopping malls these days. Besides its long history, Miri is also a culturally-rich city inhabited by 19 of 27 ethnic groups in Sarawak alongside the Chinese and expatriates. Nowadays, Miri houses several giant companies with considerable number of expatriates living with local Miri citizens, adding to 300,000 people of the city’s population.

Despite having modern ambiance and way of living, Miri is greatly attractive for tourists, especially for the diving spots off the coast. Eco-tourism lovers can visit Gunung Mulu National Park and Sarawak Chamber, Loagan Bunut National Park (Sarawak’s largest natural lake), Lambir National Park (ranked 12 as a site with biggest biodiversity in the world), and the beautiful caves and waterfalls in Niah National Park. These places are all easily reached from Miri. However, you can also find several notable attractions inside the city such as oil museum and temples.

How to Get There

By Plane

Miri International Airport (MYY) is a main destination for frequent flights from Kuala Lumpur and Johor Bahru nbsp;by AirAsia and Malaysia Airlines. Several other flights to Miri are operated from Penang, Kuching, Kota Kinabalu, and the international flight from Singapore. MASWings also operate direct flights to Gunung Mulu National Park, also other destinations including Limbang, Lawas, and Labuan.

By Bus

Miri are linked by buses to Kta Kinabalu, Kuching, Bintulu, and Sibu. Local buses serving city area, Bakam, airport, and Brunei depart from local bus station located at Melayu Road (beside Tamu Muhibbah and Visitor’s Information Centre). Meanwhile, long-distance buses to Lambir Hills National Park, Niah National Park, Bintulu, Sibu, Kuching, and Pontianak depart from the bus station located close to Pujut Corner.

From Kota Kinabalu,Sabah: buses from Wawasan Bus Terminal depart every Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 07:30 AM. The journey to Miri takes around 10 hours.

From Brunei Darussalam: Bandar Seri Begawan buses to Miri costs 18.00 BND (Brunei Dollar), leaves at 07:00 AM and 01:00 PM in approximately 45 minutes ride.

Tourist Attractions

Grand Old Lady and the Petroleum Museum

Atop Canada Hill erects Miri’s founding icon called The Grand Old Lady, which is Shell’s first oil well and, at the same time, is the first well in Miri. Started in 1910, the oil well has produced around 660,000 barrels but dried up and was finally shut down in 1972. As the first resource that elevated development in Miri as well as Sarawak, it then earned its name as the Grand Old Lady and is now one of the national monuments in Malaysia.

Just next to the museum is Miri Petroleum Science Museum where the history of the oil digging was elaborated. The museum serves as a major highlight to local histories and offers vast knowledge about the exploration, production, refining, and distribution science and technicalities.

The museum is open every day from 09:00 AM to 04:30 PM except Monday. No admission fee is required.

San Ching Tian Temple

San Ching Tian Temple, built in 2000, is Southeast Asia’s largest Taoist temple that occupies about 1.5 acres land. Its elegant architectures are paired with grand door arch, decorated with two dragons upon entering the temple. Not only a great place to wonder in awe, its tranquil atmosphere makes San Ching Tian Temple a relaxing place in contrast to the busy city.

The temple is located on Jalan Krokop and can be reached by bus no. 44.

Miri City Fan

An urban park complex of a 10.4-hectare park, Miri City Fan is a great stroll site to enjoy idly, featuring theme gardens and ponds dubbed as Malaysia’s best-landscaped city park. Within its fan-shaped park, there are Miri Civic Centre to view the park and Miri city line; Civic Promenade, which features carvings depicting Malaysia’s history and culture; Musical Fountain; Garden of Vision, an amphitheatre; Health Garden, with its circling reflexology path; Chinese Garden, located by a small lake and Miri’s symbol, seahorse on the middle of the lake, Formal Garden and a fountain as the central point of the garden; Miri Library, surrounded by tall white stone pillars; Botanical Ethnic Garden; Islamic Garden, displaying a considerable gazebo with dome-style roof; and lastly, a public swimming pool with an admission fee of 1.00 MYR. This popular area is also where concerts and festive celebrations (Eid-Al-Fitr and Chinese New Year) are held in the amphitheatre.

The park is accessible from Jalan Merpati or Jalan Kipas. The public swimming pool is open Tuesday or Sunday, 09:00 AM - 09:00 PM.

Taman Selera Beach

Taman Selera Beach is located around 3 kilometers from city center. Offering a fairly vast golden sandy area to roam around, it has much more to view and enjoy. One of the picturesque sights is Tanjong Lobang, a cliff with a cave at the bottom, running from Tanjung Lobang to Pujut. Local legend says that it was inhabited by two atrocious tigers whose anger can only be appeased by young girl sacrifices from time to time.

There is also a hawker center in Taman Selera Beach. While the open-air dining experience is accompanied by the sea breeze, great spot to enjoy sunset and sounds of waves.

The beach can be reached by bus No. 11 and 13.

Miri-Sibuti Coral Reefs National Park

As one of the world’s best diving spots, Miri Sibuti Coral Reef National Park is a haven for divers with its pristine coral reefs and abundant varieties of marine lives accompanied by average visibility of 10 to 30 meters visibility. Within 7 to 10 meters depth, you can explore varieties of diving sites from natural ones such as Eve’s Garden, Santak Point, Tukau Drop Off, Siwa Reefs, and Kenyalang Rig. Several sunken vessels are also amongst the awe-inviting spots, such as Atago Maru and Sri Gadang. The recently discovered diving spots are comparable even to Maldives and Papua Nugini.

The national park can be reached from Miri Bay Marina jetty within ten minutes to the nearest site. For the best diving season, aim to go within end of March to November. 

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