One of the popular reasons to visit Miri is to use the city as a base to get out and explore more of the state’s wild side. Tourists can visit one of four national parks from Miri including Mulu, Niah, Loagan Bunut and Lambir Hills. Each offers a different outdoor experience from trekking along muddy jungle trails in search of wildlife to exploring cave systems and bird watching. Ask any local to name Sarawak’s most famous attraction and almost all will say its caves. Miri provides easy access to the historical and archaeological wonders at Niah Caves and to stand inside the Sarawak Chamber at Gunung Mulu National Park.