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Welcome to MiriResortCity.com, the unofficial web site and blog of Miri City, by Mirians, for Mirians, and tourists & travelers. Located in Northern Sarawak, on Borneo island, it is the gateway to exotic cave systems and natural rainforest reserves and is also adjacent to the neighboring country of Brunei.
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Submitted by eyeonmiri on Mon, 2014-08-11 17:08. :: Eyes on Miri | Environment | News & Events | Tourism
Loagan Bunut National Park has been totally dry since July 4 due to the recent dry spell.
According to the Sarawak Forestry Corporation, this is the third time the lake has dried up this year, first two drying during several weeks March and then May. The Loagan Bunut National Park is currently temporarily closed to visitors.
Submitted by eyeonmiri on Tue, 2014-04-08 14:51. :: Eyes on Miri | Blogosphere | News & Events | Special interests | Statistics
Up till January this year, Malaysian Department of Insolvency (MDI)statistics revealed a total of 255,385 bankruptcy cases throughout the country. 13,872 of these cases are in Sarawak.
Of 13,872, Kuching recorded the most bankruptcies, followed by Miri at 4,167 cases, and Sibu with 2,593 cases. The individuals are declared bankrupt by the MDI after failing to manage their financial commitment such as their car loans, personal loans and housing loans.
These statistics revealed a huge increase in the number of those declared bankrupt since 2007. They also revealed that young people are increasingly being declared bankrupt. The reasons for bankruptcy is due to failing to paying car loans, housing loans & personal loans, in that order.