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Submitted by eyeonmiri on Thu, 2014-01-02 14:58. :: Eyes on Miri | News & Events | Special interests
Miri Parking is now privatized. Under new management, the car park is now managed by Miri Parking Systems. Sdn. Bhd. Their office is located at :
Miri Parking Systems Sdn. Bhd.
One Stop Center,
Miri City Council
Telephone : 085 - 418734
Fax : 085 - 413081
As of now, the new system should not have any effect to those of us using the parking coupon systems and everything should carry over. This is, however, unconfirmed.
Those using the monthly pass for the multi-storey car park should go to the office to get their pass cards.
What are your opinions on the privatization and the handling of the parking systems? Please comment.
30ft Christmas Tree at Miri Christmas Parade City Fan, 2013
The Miri City Christmas Parade is tonight.
About 16 local churches are participating the in this event, and about 25,000 people expected.
The parade will start off from Miri City Fan at Jalan Kipas and will cover the main streets in the city centre and back to Miri City Fan. It also means that roads will be blocked for the event.
At the City Fan, there will be performances by local bands and artists, as well as a 30-foot Christmas tree on location.
Some photos to follow soon.
Submitted by eyeonmiri on Sun, 2013-12-01 11:31. :: Eyes on Miri | Blogosphere | News & Events | Special interests
Ready for the 2013 Miri City Christmas Parade on 7th of this month (December)?
About 25,000 people from 15 local churches will be expected to participate the in this event, or about 5,000 more than last year's.
In its sixth year (since 2007) is organised by Miri City Council (MCC) collaborating with various local churches.
The parade will start from Miri City Fan at Jalan Kipas and will cover the main streets in the city centre and back to Miri City Fan. It also means that roads will be blocked for the event.
There will also be performances by local bands and artists.