Miri Crocodile Farm
Located near Kuala Baram River Mouth (previous Ferry Terminal), a pleasant scenic coastal drive along Miri-Kuala Baram Road from Miri will take you there in 20 minutes. The First and the Largest Crocodile Farm in the northern region of Sarawak.
The Crocodile Farm & Mini Zoo is registered and recognised by Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES, Registration No. A-MY-509). Come face to face with more than 1,000 Estuarine Crocodile (Crocodylus Porosus) and Malayan Gharial (Tomistoma Schlegelii) in a 22 acres land-scaped setting with natural breeding enclosure and perfectly man-made sanctuary ponds specially carved out for the creatures. A stroll around its perimeter allows you to safely view an amazing collection of crocodiles up close.
The crocodile farm opens everyday of the year, is home to thousands of crocodiles of different species as well as other exotic animals from tropical countries.
Crocodile Farm cum Mini Zoo:
Lot 164, 24Km Miri-Kuala Baram Road,
98000 Miri, Sarawak.
Telephone Contact: +6085 604108
Lot 1036, 1st Floor,
Piasau Industrial Estate,
98000 Miri, Sarawak.
Telephone Contact: +6085 650558
Fax: +6085 650889
Web Site: https://www.miricrocodilefarm.com
Nasi Lemak is fried chicken, hard boiled egg or fried egg, salted fish, salted peanuts, and coconut rice mixed together; but the 'secret sauce' in all of this and the one pulling factor to become 'nasi lemak' is the sambal. Made of shrimp paste, onions, tamarind juice and chillies, it completes the Nasi Lemak, and mixed together makes for a very satisfying and fulfilling meal.
Suitable for lunch or dinner but is also preferred breakfast for many of the locals. There are many stalls selling nasi lemak in the city, ask around for the most recommended.
Lutong Bridge is the bridge linking Pujut 8 to Lutong across Miri River. This bridge was originally single-lane for each direction, but eventually upgraded in the early 2000s to accommodate for more traffic to double-lane going each direction. There is actually a road that goes beneath this bridge linking to Lutong Baru, effectively making this bridge Miri's very first 'overpass'.