MIRI CITY TOUR – 3 HOURS – RM68 (min of 2 person)
Pick up from airport or your hotel proceed for Miri City Tour that features Malaysia 1st Oil Grand Old Lady located at Canada Hill which is a limestone ridge overlooking the town and offering excellent views of Miri and the surroundings area. The largest Taoist Temple in Southeast Asia ‘San Chin Tien’ Miri City Fan- a word class urban civic park with the setting of sport, educational and cultural activities, Lutong Town-home to Sarawak Shell and Petronas Carigali,bMiri Heritage Centre-handicraft and souvenirs shop and Tamu Muhibbah the local and native market where various tropical fruits and vegetables can be find. Return to airport or your hotel.
CROCODILE FARM – 3 HOURS – RM128 per person (min of 2 person)
Pick up from your hotel and take the drive to Kuala Baram which is about 40 minutes from Miri City. The farm has over 2000 crocodiles and they are housed in concrete enclosure according to their ages. The farm also displays pictures the life cycle of crocodile giving everybody a rather comprehensive insight of these scary amphibians. Beside the crocodiles the farm also housed a mini zoo with a sizeable collection of deer, phytons, gibbons and other animals. Return to hotel.
LAMBIR HILLS – ½ DAY TOUR (4 HOURS) RM128 per person (min of 2 person)
This half day tour can be perform in the morning or afternoon. The journey will normally take less than an hour drive. The Lambir Hills National Park is located along the Miri-Bintulu Road, about 23km from Miri. This park covers an area of 6,952 hectares and was gazette as a national park on the 26th june 1975. Besides the extraordinary species-rich forest, Lambir National Park, due to its rugged terrain, boasts of a number of small but beautiful waterfalls which attract many visitors especially during weekends and holidays. Upon arriving, register at the Park HQ and then proceed to scenic Latak Trail which boasts of 3 waterfalls. The third waterfalls is about 25 meters high and plunges into a large deep pool with sandy poolside. There are 4 summer huts located around the pool and public toilet and shower facilities too. After swimming we return back to Miri.
Full Day Tour Niah RM188 per person (min of 2 person)
Your tour to Niah National Park begin with 2 hours drive from Miri City. After registration at the Park HQ, proceed onto the tour by first crossing the Sungai Niah in the motorized boat and then 3km plank walk to the entrance of Niah Caves. Your guide will show you the excavation sites at the West Mouth of the Great Caves where 40,000 years old skulls was excavated before taking you further into the caves where ‘belian’ poles where erected or attached to the roof by the bird’s nest collectors in order to harvest bird’s next. At the Moon Caves, a shaft of sunlight shines through an opening at the roof of the caves before you are engrossed in total darkness, the domain of the bats. When you emerged into light again, you are well on your way to the Painted Caves where Borneo’s only red haematic paintings, believed to be at least 1000 years old are found. We shall return on the same plank walk but the last part of the journey will be on the other route where you will climb a 120 steps wooden ladder and emerged in the eastern end of the Great Cave. The total journey will normally takes 3-4 hours to complete. Before we return to Miri, we will have our lunch at the local restaurant in Niah. (Lunch)
Brunei City Tour – RM362 per person (0800hrs- 1700hrs)
Pick up from your hotel and proceed to Sungai 7 the Malaysian/ Brunei border check point. Then heading to Kuala Belait and Seria where Brunei’s oil and gas industry is centered. Along the way you will find plenty of nodding donkeys pumping crude oil from hundred meters below. Bandar Seri Begawan the capital city of Brunei Darussalam is about 100km from Seria and the drive from Seria will take us past the Jerudong Park- the Sultan’s polo ground and the grand Jame’s Asr Hassanil Bolkiah Mosque. The skyline of Bandar Seri Begawan is dominated by Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque, one of the most magnificent mosque in South East Asia and a replica of a 16th century royal barge is moored in an adjoining lagoon. Continue visit to Brunei National Museum and the Royal Regalia Centre which houses a collection of Royal Regalia including the Royal Chariot, gold and silver ceremonial armony, jewel encrusted crowns and other places of interest.
Note: Water village can be visited if paxs willing to pay the boat fee @ BD$30 pp
(By boat will take a visit to Kampung Ayer or Water Village home to nearly 30,000 people is sometimes described as the Venice of the East.)
On the return journey, we will drive past the Lapau-houses the Royal Ceremonial Hall, the Dewan Majlis the Parliament House and the Istana Nurul Iman which is the Sultan’s Royal Palace. It is the world’s largest residential Palace and is open to visitors, both local and foreign during the Hari Raya Holidays. We shall return to Miri in the late evening .
Excludes: All personal expenses/meals.
Includes: Entrance fee & guided tours, lunch in Niah & in Brunei (driver guide)
To bring: Towel, water bottle, sun hat, sun lotion, torch light, good trekking/walking shoes
Iban Longhouse RM 108 per person (min of 2 person)
Tour could be performed either in the morning or in the afternoon. You will be picked up from your hotel and proceed to an Iban longhouse known as Entulang. The Ibans are the single largest tribe in Sarawak and they are traditionally live in longhouses which are actually a number of rooms linked together but sharing a common ‘ruai’ – a verandah were traditional ceremonies are performed in the olden days. The ibans are the famed head hunters of Borneo and in some older longhouses, some of the skulls are still seen hanging along the ruai. You will have a chance to try the famous rice wine ‘tuak’ brewed locally. After tour, transfer back to hotel.
Every person participates in any tour or holiday organized by the company shall be regarded in every respect as carrying his / her own risk with respect to loss or injury to person or property. The company does not accept responsibility for losses or expenses due to delay, sickness, weather, strikes, war, quarantine or other travellers.