|COVID-19 Information Hotline|
For more information regarding Quarantine / International Travel arrangements / COVID19 :
Please Call :
✆ 603-88810200600 / 03-88810200700
✆ 6085-322085 (Miri)
Tamu Muhibbah is a morning market located opposite the Miri central bus station, and is a short distance from Pelita Tunku building, overseeing the Miri Council Field.
It is a native morrning market where you’ll find a range of exotic fruits and vegetables, handicrafts, livestock and produce from upriver areas, including fragrant Bario rice. There are also eatery stalls in another section.
Tamu Muhibbah is where people of all backgrounds from all places in and outskirts of Miri region go to sell and market their wares and produce. Many strange and weirdly wonderful things can be found with colorful arrays of goods for sell.
Jungle produces such as terung iban (sour yellow round eggplants), jungle ferns (paku and midin), bamboo and palm shoots, hill-planted rices in various varieties and colors (bario rice, black glutonious rice, etc.), wild animal games (bats, snakes, wild boars, etc.), freshwater prawns and fishes, river crabs, native wooden sculptures/carvings and rattan weavings, and much more all can be found in this market
Other small farm produce such as livestock 'kampung ayam' (spring chicken) and birds, eggs, long-beans, kang-kong (morning glory), chilli padi (small superhot chilis), cucumbers of different shapes and colors; the many variety of common tropical fruits such as rambutans, mangoes, bananas, durians, mangosteen, jackfruits, papayas, pineapples, langsat are also sold here.