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Miri's Petroleum Museum
The Petroleum Museum is situated on Canada Hill at the site of Malaysia's first oil well. Between 1910 and 1972 the Grand Old Lady produced 685650 barrels of oil and started the city's rapid development from a quiet fishing village to Sarawak's oil and gas exploration industry center

Miri Stadium
The Miri Stadium looks like an early work of Santiago Calatrava
Miri Library / Malaysia
The public library Pustaka Miri is located near the City Fan Park and opened 2002. Books in this research and reference center are available in Bahasa, Chinese and English language

Miri City Fan Park
Two lovely seahorses in a pond at Miri's City Fan Park to commemorate 20th May 2005, the day Seri Paduka Baginda Yang Di-Pertuan Agong XII the King of Malaysia elevated the municipality to city status. The seahorse is a symbol of harmony and peacefulness

Civic Centre of Miri City
The modern Civic Centre Dewan Suarah Miri was opened 1988 by Chief Minister YAB Pehin Sri Haji Abdul Taib Mahmud

Downtown's porthole buildings
Some blocks of Porthole Buildings made of
pre-fabricated concrete slabs, resembling the
classic Asian shophouse architecture of the region
Porthole building in downtown Miri / Malaysia


Shophouse in downtown Miri / Sarawak

Yu-Lan-Plaza of Miri
The modern all-glass Yu Lan Plaza skyscraper
Yu-Lan-Plaza of Miri

Wisma Pelita Tunku
The Wisma Pelita Tunku shopping complex opened in 1986

Miri's Tua Pek Kong Temple
The Chinese Tua Pek Kong temple was build besides Miri River probably after a Buddhist monk performed a spirit pacifying ritual, which ended an mysterious epedemic in the Miri village

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Miri's Fish Market