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1. New Miri Iconic Building at Marina ParkCity
The RM92 million Miri City Council building is shaped like an oil barrel to symbolise Miri’s status as a thriving oil town. Not only is the building smart, but it will also lead to a smart-savvy Miri neighbourhood, thanks to applications like Smart Bus and Smart Track, which are managed from this building and allow for more efficient bus service or rubbish collection.
2. The Grand Old Lady Miri & Petroleum Museum Miri
Historical land rig, which refers to the beginning of the oil & gas industry in Malaysia. Healthy and insightful information for anyone who wished to visit the location. To catch your moments they have a small museum and a memorial. Entrance fee is at no charge. Since The Grand Old Lasy is located on top of a hill, you should expect to be breezy about the place.
3. New Fish Market Miri City
Probably the old fish market will be relocated not far from the present site located in the vicinity of the new commercial area in the city, Miri Parkcity here. It’s an effort to construct the new market with better facilities. with this new fish market, the traders as well as customers would able to conduct their business activities in a more comfortable environment.
4. SL Supermarket now opened in Miri City
It’s a small supermarket next to Miri General Hospital. It’s a little shop, but it’s stocked with practically everything you’ll require on a daily basis. They now have an e-wallet option! SarawakPay and DuitNow are two of the most popular payment options in Sarawak.
5. SAYANGI MIRI – New Landmark Light ON in Miri City
The Sayangi Miri new landmark check-in attraction in Miri City has been completed. The overall landmark structure is 14 feet high and 23 feet wide. The Sayangi Miri landmark is equipped with LED lighting effects, so it will be able to bloom colorful colors at night, making the Sayangi Miri landmark even more dazzling. This project is supported by the Miri City Council.