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Sarawak : East Malaysia / Malaysian Borneo - Tourist Attraction and Destination Guide
 
  Welcome
  Sarawak Tourism
  Getting There & Around
 
  Sarawak Map 1
  Sarawak Map 2
 
  PEOPLE & ETHNIC GROUP:
 
  General Info
  Bidayuh (Land Dayak's)
  Iban (Sea Dayak's)
  Melanau
  Orang Ulu
 
  Iban Longhouse Visit
 
  ARTS & CRAFTS:
  General Info
  Pua Kumbu, Pua Sungkit & Pua Karap
   
  Eating Out, Nightlife & Local Delicacy
 
  PLACES OF INTEREST :
 
  Adventure Nature & Wildlife
  National Parks & Wildlife Conservation
   
  KUCHING (STATE CAPITAL):
 
  General Info
  Bus Service / Transportation
  Map
 
  History & People
  Dining & Entertainment
  Nightlife
  Shopping
 
  Recreation & Sports
  Spa Retreats
 
  TOURIST ATTRACTION
  City Centre
  Kuching On Foot
  Heritage Trails
  Historical Buildings
  Museums
  Handicrafts
  Street Life
 
  Nature & National Parks
  Bako National Park
  Batang Ai National Park
  Gunung Gading National Park
  Kubah National Park
  Kuching Wetlands National park
  Matang Wildlife Centre
  Semenggoh Nature Reserve
  Talang Satang National Park
  Tanjung Datu National Park
 
  Santubong & Damai Beach
  General Info
  Irrawaddy Dolphin
  Sarawak Cultural Village
 
  Kuching Southwest
  Tourist Destination
  Teluk Melano & Sematan
 
  Sibu
  General Info
  Dining & Entertainment
  Shopping & Accommodation
 
  TOURIST ATTRACTION
  City Centre
  Bawang Assan Iban Longhouse
 
  Melanau's Heartland:
  Mukah Town
  Dalat Town
 
  Up Rejang River:
  General Info
  Kanowit, Song & Belaga
  Kapit
 
  Down Rejang River:
  General Info
 
  Miri
  General Info
  City Map
  In & Around Miri Map
 
  Lifestyle & Nightlife
  Shopping
 
  TOURIST ATTRACTION
  Must Visit Places
  Bario & Ba?kelalan
 
  Gunung Mulu National Park
  Lambir Hills National Park
  Loagan Bunut National Park
  Niah National Park
  Similajau National Park
 
 
 
 
SARAWAK - EAST MALAYSIA / MALAYSIA BORNEO

MIRI : Shopping

 
 

SHOPPING
 

Modern malls make Miri a shopping paradise for visitors and tourists, offering everything from clothing, kitchen utensils and groceries to branded goods. These complexes provide facilities and services like banking, food and entertainment outlets under one roof. Most shopping centres are open from 10.00am to 10.00pm daily.

 
 

ETHNIC CRAFTS

 

 

Miri curio shops and markets stock a fascinating array of beautiful handicrafts that reflect the state?s rich multi-ethnic cultural heritage. There is a wide range of Orang Ulu products, as the homeland of these artistically gifted people lies in northern Sarawak.

 

At the Miri Handicraft Centre at Jalan Brooke, all of Sarawak?s handicrafts can be found under one roof. Craftsmen and women often ply their trade here, happy to chat with visitors and explain the details of their handiwork. One unique feature of Sarawak crafts are beads. These colourful trinkets have been used for centuries, not only for personal decoration but also as a form of currency, for dowries, and for spiritual purposes. The Orang Ulu are well known for their beadwork, such as their unique beaded baby carriers. Penan women plait distinctive black-andwhite mats and basket, some so fine as to be almost waterproof! The Orang Ulu prefer natural colours for their mats, baskets and hats, enlivened by colourful glass beads.

 
 
 

BOULEVARD SHOPPING COMPLEX

 

Over 80 shops, a post office, a hypermarket, a departmental store, a moneychanger and a bank. Good food is available at the rooftop level of this five story building, which also boasts a playground and a video arcade. This centre caters for exhibition and functions, with a seating capacity for 2,000 people.

 
 
 

BINTANG PLAZA

 

Total floor area of 400,000 square feet, more than 100 shops, fast food and beverage outlets, bookstores, watch shops, boutiques, optic centre, pharmacies and footwear stores. On the third floor is a 24-lane bowling alley, a food court and a Cineplex, while an indoor archery sports centre is located on the lower roof level.

 
 
 

MIRI PLAZA

 

Located next to the Grand Palace Hotel, this shopping complex houses the Servay Supermarket and departmental store.

 
 
 

MIRI SQUARE

 

The ?cool? location, housing the San Francisco Coffee House, and eateries serving local and western delicacies, savory Chinese and local Malay food. There is also a good mix of shopping outlets, a video arcade and a departmental store to give it a complete shopping atmosphere.

 
 
 

THE IMPERIAL MALL & SUITES

 

The Imperial Mall and Suites: 120 retail stores occupying four stories, a well-balanced selection of retail outlets, food centres and banking facilities. This complex features 157 suites of various configurations for long and short-term occupancy.

 
 
 
 
MIRI : Shopping
SARAWAK - EAST MALAYSIA / MALAYSIA BORNEO