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Shell Houses, Lutong

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Shell Houses sat unused and dilapidated at Lutong. Photo taken August 2014

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Longest in the Country : Philately Line 696.89m!

Miri now holds the longest philately line of 696.89m made from over 28,000 items at the Miri Civic Centre in the country.

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Handicraft

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Handicraft and souvenirs that are found at Handicraft Center

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Handicraft

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Crafts and Sourvenirs found at the Handicraft Center

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Handicraft

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Handicraft Center

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Handicraft

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Handicraft & souvenirs at Handicraft Center

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Handicraft

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Handicraft & souvenirs found at the Handicraft Center
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Handicraft

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Handicraft & Souvenirs found at Handicraft Center

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Handicraft

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Crafts and Sourvenirs found at the Handicraft Center

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When A Small Plane Landed on a Bakam Beach

On this Saturday of 25th July 2009, cellphones in Miri lit up with a flood of messages circulating of rumors that a light plane had ditched into the sea off the coast of Miri around noon.

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"Lorong Tiga"

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These black metal-embossed old road signs are getting rare. The sign roughly means "Third Alleyway". Located at Jalan Raja.

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Miri Commemorative Gold & Silver Coins

Specially minted by the Royal Mint of the country in 999.9 Pure Gold and Silver 925 to celebrate the elevation of Miri to a city status.

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Lambir Canopy Walkway

The Lambir Canopy Walkway project was jointly coordinated by Abang Abdul Hamid, an Entomologist with the Forest Department of Sarawak together with the late Professor Tamiji Inoue of the Center for Ecological Research, Kyoto University. ProfessorTamiji Inoue was killed in a plane crash in Lambir Hills National Park.

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Kite at Taman Selera

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Kite & sunset at Taman Selera, Brighton Beach.

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Periwinkle

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Periwinkle (Catharanthus Reseus) is a small shrub with glossy leaves, with flowers a pinkish red hue or white in color. It is the official flower of Miri.

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Paintball Fun

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Paintball arena near Miri tennis courts center.
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Paintball Fun

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Paintball arena near Miri tennis courts center.

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Paintball Fun

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Paintball arena near Miri tennis courts center.
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Paintball Fun

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Paintball arena near Miri tennis courts center.
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Paintball Fun

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Paintball arena near Miri tennis courts center.

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Paintball Fun

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Paintball arena near Miri tennis courts center.
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Paintball Fun

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Paintball arena near Miri tennis courts center.

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Paintball Fun

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Paintball arena near Miri tennis courts center.

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Concentrating Hard

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Chinese Chess players concentrating hard at the Chinese Chess Association at Beautiful Jade Center.

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"One Way Street"

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"One Way Street"

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Paintball Fun

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Paintball arena near Miri tennis courts center.
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Paintball Fun

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Paintball arena near Miri tennis courts center.

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Anti-Vandalism Committee

The Anti-Vandalism Forum hosted by the Anti-Vandalism Committee with the cooperation of the Miri City Council will be held on Saturday April 15th, 2006 at Ballroom 1 at Mega Hotel Miri, 8am.

The forum is open for mainly students & teachers. Seating is available for up to 800 persons, and participated by 20 secondary school & colleges, with 5 teachers and 30 students from each.

The main languages are Malay & English.

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Vintage Bicycles

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Bicycles have always been a primary form of transportation for some people. These are parked behind the Central Market (Open Air Market).

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