The Northeast is the true access to the heart of Borneo. By the coast is the city of Miri, a sea port with comprehensive facilities to host international conventions.
Miri is at par with Kuching with its international hotels and convention facilities. Half an hour’s flight away is Sarawak’s first World Heritage Site, Gunung Mulu National Park, which not only has the largest cave chamber in the world, but houses a 4-star resort hotel with 188 rooms and full conference facilities.
The Miri International Jazz Festival takes place every year and is a perfect complement for conventions. World class jazz musicians converge here in May to jam and jive.
International bistros, Chinese cuisine, Orang Ulu food and much more await the gastronomical adventurer. Shopping options are diverse and plentiful, offering local arts to international brands.
Post-conference, true adventure awaits delegates who are up for it. Stunning sceneries of primary jungle, mist-shrouded mountains, clear undulating rivers and the only inland lake in Sarawak gives way to the Baram River, the life source of the Northeast Region.