Baram River is a large river that origins hundreds of kilometers inland from the mountains at the border of Sarawak in the heart of Borneo. Baram River is the second longest river in Sarawak.
Lutong River is a river that flows North-South along the coast to the west of Lutong town.
Piasau Camp was a residential area built in the 1950s for Sarawak Shell for its employees, located on a stretch of the Miri peninsula adjacent to Lutong south from the Lutong airfield.
Sarawak Laksa is essentially vermicelli rice noodles (bee hoon), cooked in a shrimp-based broth that is made to thicken with coconut milk.