Miri 101 Commercial Centre is a landmark of the hottest property development in town that is the latest commercial center located in the town of Miri, state of Sarawak, Malaysia. Built by RIAPUS SDN BHD nearby the Boulevard Commercial Center, most of the buildings here are developed with an elegant contemporary facade and architectural features. A major part of the commercial center consists of fifty four units of three-story shop-houses, while having high-rise office towers on each of the four corners with the Forestry Department, Agriculture Department and two Public Works departments being its major tenants.
Meanwhile, at the center end is the 9-story building meant for the District Office and 5-story building meant for the Sarawak Islamic Council. With such distinctive design and ease of access due to its strategic location alongside Miri – Pujut Highway which is close to other facilities like government offices, schools, malls, shops, hospitals and more, Miri 101 Commercial Centre is definitely easy to find. Opened to public in 2016, the commercial center is now actively attracting tenants to operate in the area and blossoming fast to become the center of attraction for the local residents.
There are flights to Miri Airport from both the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and Kuching International Airport which are provided by Malaysia Airlines and AirAsia. Upon touchdown, from the airport, guests can book a taxi or bus to go to Miri 101 Commercial Centre.
People driving from Miri may drive via Jalan Miri – Pujut / Tun Hussein Onn for immediate access to Miri 101 Commercial Center. The journey could take up around ten minutes or less depending on the current traffic situation.
The nearest express bus terminal is the Pujut Bus Terminal located at Pujut corner off Jalan Miri – Pujut/Tun Hussein Onn. Take the trip directly to Miri from Kuching Sentral terminal using express bus services such as Lanang Express and EVA Express. From here, hop on a local route bus or taxi to reach the landmark.
Lambir Hills National Park is established in 1991 as Lambir Hills Forest Dynamics Plot from a cooperation between Sarawak Forest Department, Center for Tropical Forest Science of Harvard University, and the Plant Ecology Laboratory of Osaka City University. Located forty minutes away from the town of Miri, it is managed by the Forest Department of Sarawak, comprising 52 hectares of forest area in which all trees thicker than 1.5 centimeters at breast height have been measured, mapped and identified. A census of all trees in the plot found 1175 different species, making the national park possibly the park that has the highest diversity of trees of any forest in the Old World. There are also terrific waterfalls and bird-watching spots around for visitors.
Located at Lot 574, Kampung Lereng Bukit, Miri Town, Miri, this homestay is furnished modestly with decent arrangements to provide a comfortable staying experience suited for families and groups of friends. Among these facilities include desk, hairdryer, cable television, kitchenette, refrigerator, shower, family room, parking and many more.
Kenyalang Suites is an affordable two star hotel that could be at Lot 2133, Edward Jeli Road, off Krukop 10, Miri Town, Miri which is close to the landmark. This premise is modernly furnished with bright settings. Among the facilities included such as desk, shower, cable television, WiFi, parking, 24-hour receptionist and newspaper in lobby.
A luxurious four-star accommodation situated at Lot 1120, Block 7, Jalan Sehati, MCLD, Miri Town, Miri. Facilities and services available for the guests are desk, cable television, hairdryer, in-room safe, minibar, shower, restaurant, fitness center, outdoor pool, meeting facilities, WiFi, 24-hour receptionist and many more.