- Miri, Malaysia - Wikipedia
Etymology Miri town is named after a minority ethnic group called "Jatti Meirek" or simply "Mirek", or "Miriek" This ethnic group is the earliest settlers in the region of Miri Division Europeans who later came to the region for oil exploration mistakenly pronounced "Miriek" as "Miri", and this name continues to be used today
- Miri, city in Malaysia - Wonderful Malaysia | Travel Guide . . .
Miri Miri is the second largest city in Sarawak Miri is the birthplace of Sarawak's and Malaysia's petroleum industry The world famous Gunung Mulu National Park, a half an hour flight from the city, is one of the favourite eco-tourism destinations
- Kelly Bays Daytrip [Tour code: BKI08] - Kota Kinabalu Day . . .
Kelly Bays Daytrip TOUR CODE: BKI08 Borneo Kellybays, the Borneo's Mystical Paradise locates in a mangrove forest with a beach that stretches 8 km long overlooking the South China Sea and yet to be discovered
- Climate and monsoon in Malaysia | Wonderful Malaysia
Climate in Malaysia Malaysia is a tropical holiday destination, where temperatures fluctuate between 25 and 35 degrees during the year It is usually very hot and humid, especially in the major cities Often due to haze warm air is trapped inside the cities, which results in very warm temperatures
- 5D4N Mulu Pinnacles + Headhunter Trails [Tour code: MZV07 . . .
5D4N Mulu Pinnacles + Headhunter Trail's TOUR CODE: MZV07 The Magic of Sarawak's Mulu Caves ( The World Heritage Site ) Deep in the virgin tropical rainforest of Sarawak, along an unbroken 40 Km band of limestone peaks, lie one of earth's natural wonder – The Mulu Caves, Hidden away on the face of steep mountains rising to 1,500m, rivers suddenly disappear into these caves
- BBC Radio 4 - In Our Time, Chivalry
Miri Rubin at Queen Mary, University of London Matthew Strickland at the University of Glasgow Laura Ashe at the University of Oxford Chivalry - Wikipedia
- Liaden universe - Wikipedia
The Liaden universe ( l iː ˈ eɪ d ɛ n lee-AY-den or l iː ˈ eɪ d ən ) is the setting for an ongoing series of science fiction stories written by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller The series covers a considerable time period, some thousands of years in all, although since it also covers more than one universe the exact chronology is unclear