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MIRI AIRPORT  

"Delicious and with a good variety of food, and the Sarawak 3 layer tea was good. If you are traveling light, exit the airport, cross the road and you will be in the commercial center on the right.
If you are traveling at a strange hour and want some food, you can visit this place. Food is freshly prepared to order. Food is suitable for any hour of the day. Also serve porridge and rice. Hot drinks are also available."


Miri Airport is located 9.5 km southeast of Miri city center. The airport is Malaysia's sixth busiest airport, and Sarawak's second busiest after Kuching International Airport.
Miri Airport is an important hub for MASWings. Its location in the middle of Malaysian Borneo and close to the border with Brunei makes it a suitable hub for rural air services and a major gateway to Sarawak.
The two-storey terminal building can handle up to 2 million passengers per year. There are a total of 15 check-in desks, six of which are for Malaysia Airlines / MASwings and four for AirAsia. There are also Malaysia Airlines / MASwings and AirAsia self-check-in computers at the side entrance of the airport. The terminal is equipped with a total of three conveyor belts in the baggage claim area.
The airport has several shopping and dining options, including Starbucks, Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, Marrybrown and Famous Amos. Malaysia Airlines / MASwings and AirAsia each have a sales office at the airport. There are two runways at the airport.
The apron can now accommodate 7 aircraft, 1 including several Airbus A330 and Boeing 777.

Sarawak controls its own immigration autonomy. The laws applied require that all passengers traveling on flights from outside of Sarawak (including all flights from Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah State, Labuan Federal Territory and other countries) pass immigration screening upon first entry into a Sarawak airport.
There are plenty of duty free shops at Miri Airport to purchase goods. Passengers can purchase the best perfumes and cosmetics, chocolates, bags, fashion items, candies, glasses, sunglasses and soft toys. There are several shops including superstores, gift and craft shops and clothing stores.

Numerous modern facilities are available at Miri Airport, including banking facilities, Internet access, public telephones, cafes, restaurants, duty-free shops, pharmacies, first aid services, conference rooms, multi-functional meeting and events center, wheelchair services, staff assistance, ATMs , and luggage compartments.
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Airline Destination
   
AirAsia Johor Bahru, Kota Kinabalu, Kuala Lumpur (KLIA), Kuching, Singapore
   
Malaysia Airlines Kuala Lumpur (KLIA), Kuching
   
MASwings Ba'kelalan,Bario,Bintulu,Labuan,Lawas,Limbang,Long Akah,Long Banga,Long Lellang,Long Seridan,Marudi,Mukah,Mulu,Sibu
   
AsiaCargo Express Kota Kinabalu,Kuala Lumpur (KLIA),Kuching

For the needs of the visitor, Miri Airport has a prayer room with mosque facilities for Muslim ladies and gentlemen. The room is suitably furnished for Muslim passengers.
There is insufficient information about halal-friendly, non-alcoholic food at Miri Airport. It is recommended that Muslims inquire about the halal status of the food before dining or simply opting for vegetarian food! There are several food courts available at Miri Airport, giving passengers different options such as restaurants, cafes and fast food outlets. Numerous halal food courts are also available outside the airport.

 

 

 

   Ben van Wijnen

 

 

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