Lambir Hills National Park is probably the world’s most complex and diverse forest eco-system. In a total area of just 6,952 hectares, experts have found what appears to be the greatest level of plant biodiversity on the planet
Come face to face with more than 1,000 Estuarine Crocodile (Crocodylus Porosus) and Malayan Gharial (Tomistoma Schlegelii) in a 22 acres land-scaped setting with natural breeding enclosure and perfectly man-made sanctuary ponds.
Miri Handicraft Centre showcases all sorts of unique and handmade art craft, handicrafts, T-shirts, bead works and many more. It is definitely a place that you must stop by to have a short shopping spree for native handicrafts.
Blue water, glass fishes and sea fans are the signature of this site; with an average visibility of 30 meters or more, the sea fans, large colonies of gorgonian fans of 2-3 metres in size are found all over the top of the reef at 21 metres.
Loagan Bunut features a unique ecosystem based on Sarawak’s largest natural lake (65 ha). The shallow lake usually drains completely when the water in the nearby Tinjar river is low (normally February and late May or early June/July).
The Luak Bay Esplanade, 11km south of town, has an attractive white sand beach, making it a popular spot for picnics and barbecues, and probably the best spot in Miri to enjoy the spectacular tropical sunsets
The summit of Mount Murud (7950ft) is the highest mountain in Sarawak. Mountaineers can tackle Mount Murud (reasonable going) or the famous Batu Lawi (2,043m, very tough) located within the Kelabit Highlands area.