July 2015

 
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Miri Handicraft Center

Miri Handicraft Center has various traditional handicrafts and pottery on display and for sale at the center. Artwork such as paintings are also its main attraction. Visitors are welcome to know more about our local cultures and browse through the many hand-made crafts & souvenirs home.

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Seahorse Mascot

The original reason for the seahorse mascot, and seahorse sculptures found all over the city.

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Baram Ferry

The Baram Ferry used to operate at the Baram River, transporting vehicles and passengers across the river. The ferry was a vital link between Miri-Brunei border and for a long time it was the only way to get across.

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Birds' Nest

When in Miri one shouldn't miss the opportunity to sample some birds' nest delicacy dessert. (Available on pre-order from certain restaurants)

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Bario Rice

Bario Rice is one of the finest and best rice produced in the highlands of Sarawak.

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Kek Lapis Sarawak (Sarawak Layered Cakes)

Always colorful and full of vibrant patterns, the Kek Lapis Sarawak are a sight to behold just sitting in its dish awaiting to be eaten.

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Tuak

Tuak is a rice wine and is a specialty drink of longhouses, served to guests.

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Tomato Kueh Teow (Watanho)

Tomato Kueh Teow (Watanho) is another Sarawakian twist to a Malaysian favorite. Just like its cantonese fried version, the tomato Kueh Teow differs in one aspect - tomato sauce.

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Chicken Rice

Steamed or roasted, chicken rice is everyone's favorite lunch meal - always fulfilling and always appetizing.

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Satay

Satay, a very popular dish consists of chunks of marinated chicken or beef on bamboo or coconut lead spine skewers grilled over charcoal.

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