Sunday, 6 March 2011

TEMPAT TEMPAT MENARIK DI MIRI SARAWAK....

Taman Awam Miri.........................
Taman Awam Miri isabout 3km from the city center along the Miri-Bintulu Road. There are flora gardens, souvenir center, canteen, observatory platform, children's playground, exhibitions room, stone carving and sculptures, waterfalls, suspension bridge, fountains, pavillions, jogging track and other sporting facilities. There is also a Children's Water playground.

Miri City Fan
A unique fan-shaped (when viewed from the air) urban civic park, it is about 26 acres is carefully sited in the hub of sports, educational and cultural facilities of Miri. Miri City Fan is designed to create civic consciousness by the embodiment of several symbolic parks.
It is a world-class urban civic park with the setting for sport, educational and cultural activities. It includes a promenade, parkland, an amphitheater, musical fountain, a library and cultural center and various ethnic gardens. The 10.4-hectare park was accorded the Malaysia's best landscaped city park.
Pustaka Miri..............................
Pustaka Miri is a two-storey building earmarked as one of the anchor nodes for the Miri City Fan. Located along the central axis to Dewan Suarah Miri (Miri Civic Centre), this horseshoe-shaped sandstone building with lighth green curtain walling is designed as a tranquil oasis acting as the symbolic apex of information technology in the civic heart of Miri Resort City.
The ground floor houses Multimedia Galeri with a special corner dedicated for Children's Infotheque. The first floor houses an auditorium, special collection area, and Information Resource Centre which overlooks the Miri City Fan's amphitheatre and Garden of Vision.
The basement floor houses the surau and a multipurpose room, which has a direct linkage to the amphitheatre.

Taman selera......................
The oldest recreational park in Miri, Taman Selera is situated in Brighton about 3KM from the city center at Tanjung Lobang. Besides the golden sand beach, children's playground and outdoor facilities, there is an open air hawker center which is a popular eating place with all sorts of delightful local food. Enjoy the beautiful sunset and feel the cool sea breeze as you listen to the sound of the splashing waves..

Miri Luak esplaned...........
The espalade is located at Luak, in the outskirt of Miri city, by the coastal highway. its a great place for family outings and leisure enjoyment. With plenty of car parking space and a great beach front spanning kilometers, people gather here to enjoy the ocean scenery, face the ocean breeze, have picnics in the afternoons - and in the evenings people participate in car audio and various lively activities during the weekend.
Best time to visit are during the weekends, Saturday - Sundays, as usually there are food stalls set up along the stretch with a variety of local delights, snacks and drinks to try.

Miri Crocodile Farm........
Located near Kuala Baram River Mouth (previous Ferry Terminal), a pleasant scenic Coastal drive along Miri-Kuala Baram Road from Miri will take you there in 20 minutes. The First and the Largest Crocodile Farm in the northern region of Sarawak.
The Crocodile Farm cum Mini Zoo is registered and recognised by Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES, Registration No. A-MY-509). 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 specially carved out for the creatures. A stroll around its perimeter allows you to safely view an amazing collection of crocodiles up close. The crocodile farm opens everyday of the year, is home to thousands of crocodiles of different species as well as other exotic animals from tropical countries.
Piasau Boat Club.........

GO kart Gallery.....................
Miri International Go Kart Track
Diving Spots In Miri Waters......
Lambir Hills national Park.........


Mulu Caves

Gunung Mulu National Park is one of Nature's most spectacular achievements and the 'jewel in the crown' of Sarawak's expanding network of national parks. It is also the largest national park, covering 52,865 hectares of primary rainforest, which is criss-crossed by fast flowing rivers and clear jungle streams. Mulu is dominated by three mountains - Gunung Mulu (2,376 m), Gunung Api (1,750 m) and Gunung Benarat (1,585 m).
Yet many of Mulu's greatest attractions lie deep below the surface. Hidden underneath the forested slopes of these mountains is one of the largest limestone cave systems in the world.
Mulu's four Show Caves were selected for their uniqueness or sheer beauty. Besides the popularly visited Deer Caves, Lang Caves, Clearwater Caves and Lady's Caves, a more strenuous trek leads to a weird landscape of razor-sharp rock pinnacles.

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