Miri Plaza was originally a shopping mall at Pelita Commercial Center that is four stories tall, built in the early 1990s. Its anchor tenant was Metropolitan Department Store & Supermarket. There were 80 shops selling boutique, footwear, computers, watches, fast food, handicrafts, souvenirs and leather goods within. On the ground floor entrance was Marrybrown fast food restaurant.
Business slowed down for the mall and traffic began to wane by the early 2000s. Major renovation work started around that timeframe to completely cover the floor levels at each floors, creating more flooring space for each floor and transforming the entire building into a hypermarket run by Servay today. This article is from the web site miriresortcity dot com - this sentence is here to prevent blatant plagarism. The exterior facade of the building remains untouched to this day and the name 'Miri Plaza' can still be seen.