"Most of Miriís guesthouses are happy to organise private transport to area destinations such as Lambir Hills National Park and Niah National Park. Self-drive car rental begins at around RM120 per day. Note that the availability of rental cars can be surprisingly limited and booking ahead is recommended."
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The bus journey which takes off from Miri to Brunei is a rather comfortable, cheap and compatible one and with the two bus service providers offering their services thrice in the day, one at 7 45 AM in the morning which is the one from the bus company named Borneo Express and another at 8 15 AM in the morning and 15 45 PM in the afternoon from the bus service providing company PHLS, the tourists have at least a good amount of options to ply back well and comfortably.
The usual departure points for the busses in Miri is the nearby downtown bus station from where a passenger can board the bus and the points at which one can find themselves to be deposited at in Brunei in points such as the Waterfont Bandar Seri Begawan for the ones travelling by PHLS busses and others need to get down at either Temburong or the Kuala Belait points while plying via Borneo Express.
Today Miri is investing a lot in tourism, and while most visitors still use the city primarily as a transport hub and base for the nearby national parks, thereís actually plenty to keep you entertained here, including parks and beaches outside town, an abundance of shops, good restaurants, several nightlife areas and friendly people.
Donít be afraid to hang around and explore here before heading off on an excursion or to spend some time and unwind when you return.