Miri Crocodile Farm Cum Mini Zoo
98000 Lutong, Sarawak, Malaysia
About Miri Crocodile Farm Cum Mini Zoo
Miri Crocodile Farm Cum Mini Zoo with more than 1,000 Estuarine Crocodile and Malayan Gharial in 22 acres landscaped setting with natural breeding enclosure and man-made sanctuary ponds specially carved out for the creatures.
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The Petroleum Museum is a museum in Canada Hill, Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia. The area no longer produces oil and has been declared as a protected historical site by Sarawak State Government.
Billionth Barrel Monument resides along the beach in Seria and is a symbol of achievement in Brunei’s oil production. The monument is located along the beach in Seria.
The famed Lambir Hills National Park is located along the Miri-Bintulu road, 36 km south-west of Miri town in Sarawak, East Malaysia. There are around 1,173 tree species in the park alone, with 286 genera and 81 tree families making Lambir one of the more diversified forests in Malaysia.
Series of relatively narrow white sand beaches broken by rock outcrops and backend by a mixture of sandstone and limestone cliffs for its entire 11km length. The beach is home to a kind of algae that produce a glowing light when the water they are living in is disturbed by motion.
Tasek Merimbun is the largest natural lake in Brunei and is surrounded by the 7800-hectare Tasek Merimbun Heritage Park.
Niah National Park provides some interesting and impressive sights. The area was a major center of human settlement as early as 40,000 years ago and features one of the world’s largest cave entrances, Palaeolithic and Neolithic burial sites and iron-age cave paintings.
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The largest among the 13 states of Malaysia, with an area almost equal to that of Peninsular Malaysia, Sarawak is located in northwest Borneo Island and is bordered by the Malaysian state of Sabah to the northeast, Kalimantan (the Indonesian portion of Borneo) to the south, and Brunei in the north.