The Sikh Temple
The temple compound entrance on July 23rd, 1945. Photo from Australian War Memorial.
Sikh Temple in Miri is still located on the very same land that was granted to the Sikh ancestors by Charles Brooke since the ruling by Brookes in the early Sarawak days. A Sikh would refer to it as "Gurdwara Sahib". Located within the compounds, there is a large bird house, where many pigeons roost, and next to it an Angsana tree that is now over one hundred years old.