Miri Airport is situated southeast of the Miri city centre, in Sarawak, Malaysia. The airport is one of Malaysia’s busiest, serving domestic flights to Kuala Lumpur, Kota Kinabalu, Kuching and Penang, in addition to international flights to Singapore.
There are several facilities available at the airport. Passengers looking for a quiet area to pray and meditate may visit the prayer room. There are also mosque facilities for both Muslim males and females.
Passengers who need to exchange foreign currency may visit the bureaux de change to obtain some local currency, or use the ATM machines to withdraw cash for use. There are public telephones for travellers to make local or overseas calls, as well as internet access if they need to stay connected to friends and family on the go. Travellers with time to kill at the airport may use the internet to browse the web, chat online or check their emails.
Disabled travellers may make use of the handicapped toilets, built with wider cubicles to allow wheelchair access, and railings to assist in movement. There are also airport staff members on duty to provide help when necessary. Disabled passengers should inform their respective airlines prior to their arrival, so wheelchairs may be provided for use within the airport.
There are several food options for hungry travellers. Restaurants, cafes and fast food may be found at Miri Airport, and travellers may select from this selection depending on whether they have the time to sit down for a meal or need to grab a quick bite. For those with more time to spare, they may also do some shopping at the duty-free outlets, which selling goods at lower prices than in the city. There are also other retail shops offering items such as clothing and accessories, toys and games, perfume and cosmetics.
IMPORTANT! Information is correct as of 8 August 2014 and is subject to change. Please always check Miri Airport website for the latest update of the following information.