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The sunset view of Miri City. The first oil well discovered in Malaysia, The Grand Old Lady. The view of Miri City from the top of Bukit Tenaga. The largest iconic Seahorse statue in Miri.
Night view of the Grand Old Lady. Petroleum Museum, Miri. The seahorse lighthouse at Marina Bay, Miri. Petroleum Museum at Bukit Tenaga (previously known as Bukit Kanada)
 Tusan Beach  The head horse shape Tusan Cliff at Tusan Beach.  The glowing of Blue Tears along Tusan Beach.  The glowing Blue Tears along Tusan Beach at night
 Kuala Baram Wetlands  There are more than 100 bird species at Kuala Baram Wetlands, including Wandering Whistling Duck.
 White collared kingfisher at Kuala Baram Wetland  Kuala Baram Wetlands
 The entrance of Niah Great Cave.  West mouth of Niah Cave.  One of Southeast Asia's most important prehistoric sites.  The main entrance to the Niah Cave.
 One of the waterfall in Lambir Hills National Park.
 Waterfall flowing over a bed of sandstone in Lambir Hills National Park  Lambir Hills Canopy Walkway.
 One of the frog species which can be found in Lambir.
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 The handicraft products of Entulang Longhouse.  Harvesting paddy.
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This page has been developed in proud partnership with the Sarawak Tourism Board. For extensive information about both Miri and Sarawak, including attractions, accommodation, wildlife, food and culture, please check out the Sarawak Tourism Board’s website or their Facebook page.

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