Jasmine Cafe is hidden from main roads in Miri downtown area. It is located in between rows of shophouses, along North Yu Seng Rd. Just turn left after Imperial Hotel. Jasmine Cafe serves chinese and local dishes at a reasonable price. Indonesian waitresses are friendly too. Fully airconditioned. Certified halal by JAKIM as of this posting. (Feb 2013).
Miri – halal food outlet
Masjid-masjid di Miri, Sarawak (Mosques in Miri, Sarawak)June 7, 2020
NOTE: This post was first written in 2013. Info deemed correct at that time. With population of more than 400,000, Miri is the second largest city in Sarawak. Moslems in Sarawak generally are Malays, Bruneians and Melanau and others who converted. They are minority group making up about 30% of Sarawak population. In Miri they […]
Road trip Miri-Sibu-Saratok-Sri Aman-Serian-KuchingNovember 29, 2018
Overview Covering a distance of more than 1200 kms (one way), this is probably my second longest road trip ever, after my university days in Canada (I remember one hot summer where we skipped summer classes, rented a compact car with 4 friends and travelled from Winnipeg to Vancouver passing thru western Canada cities such as Regina and Calgary. Wait wait … there was another […]
Flight AK5648 to Miri, SarawakOctober 31, 2013
It has been quite sometime I have not traveled on AirAsia flight. For 2 reasons. Firstly I could not collect frequent flyer points as what I did with Malaysia Airlines. Secondly there has not been much fare difference between AK flight and MH flight, therefore I can afford 5-star air ticket offered by national carrier. This flight […]