The Krokop Cemeteries consist of a Malay/Muslim cemetery and the Chinese cemetery right along the banks of Miri River. The cemeteries start from the Boang river bridge (connecting Miri River) to Krokop 1 roundabout alongside Miri River.
The Hopoh Canteen is a decades-old food center, located at the Hopoh Association Building at Krokop at Jee Foh Road, Krokop.
Contrary to a particularly popular inaccurate online map's insistence on it being the main river along Miri Peninsular, the Baong River is NOT Miri's main river.
Chan Chak Road (Jalan Chan Chak) is a small residential lane named after a wise man in Miri in the early 1900s.
Miri Home for the Aged provides shelter, food and care for the aging populace.
Choon Cheong Departmental Store was two-story a supermarket/departmental store contained within its own building, a precursor to the 'hypermarket' of Miri today.
Yakin Commercial Center is located at Krokop, alongside Jalan Bulan Sabit and after the junction to Jee Foh 4.
Krokop 10 Bazaar (Pasar Besar Krokop) is a double story building housing the market at Krokop Lorong 10 with market stalls on the ground floor and food stall center on the upper floors.
Krokop is a large residential area that spans from Jalan Krokop Utama to Jalan Jee Foh and Jalan Krokop 1 Road to Jalan Krokop 10 Road.
The original reason for the seahorse mascot, and seahorse sculptures found all over the city.