Introduction


Miri is a Malaysian city on the northwest coast of the island of Borneo. At the Petroleum Museum, on Canada Hill, hands-on exhibits explore the region’s oil history. Outside is the Grand Old Lady, a 1910 oil well and local landmark. In the city center, vendors at Pasar Raya and Tamu Muhibbah markets offer fresh produce and handicrafts. Tua Pek Kong Temple has pillars carved with golden dragons.

Best time to visit Miri

Miri has a tropical rainforest climate. There are two monsoon season which are Southwest monsoon (dry season from April – September) and the northeast monsoon (wet season from October – March). Therefore, the best time to diving in Miri is between March – November. The air temperature is around 23°c – 32°c the whole year round.