Risk my life to take this few picture!

To take this picture, I need to get sweat, duty and risk my life to walk around the hillside, It is about 30 meter over hight, and very slope, don’t try.

Last time I remember it is public area, everyone can walk in and take picture, but now,it become personal private area.
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Alex… the pictures are beautifull and pro-job well done… still can see the beauty of nature with the developement going on. Thanks again for the beautifull pictures.

Still continues to discover all beautiful place in miri, if you have any place can suggest me.

thanks for sharing but pls dun risk ur life next time,we still need more pics from u,hehehe :lol:

or maybe u can bring me along next trip,hehe :wink:

if im not mistaken,people cannot own pantai coz pantai is own by the state government…i wonder how they manage to do that…

i was told if you abang-adik with white hair, any thing is possible… true kah?

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I totally forgot this place existed in Miri, haven’t seen it since primary school days. Thanks for risking your life to bring us these pics :slight_smile:

Look at the water in this shot!

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So clean and nice, can’t believe it’s the same milo water at tanjong beach.

[quote=“GeorgeTing”]I totally forgot this place existed in Miri, haven’t seen it since primary school days. Thanks for risking your life to bring us these pics :slight_smile:

Look at the water in this shot!

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So clean and nice, can’t believe it’s the same milo water at tanjong beach.[/quote]

Actually miri have many beautiful place that people don’t know, if anyone know any, just email to me, then I will try to go there to shot some picture and share it to everyone, my email address is alex_ling2002@yahoo.com, thank you…

[quote=“alex899”]
Actually miri have many beautiful place that people don’t know…[/quote]

maybe u want to share with us here,we all want to know :lol:

Here are a few urban challenge I can think of:

  1. The old Miri General Hospital in its ruins (if it is still standing);
  2. The old place where the Long Jetty used to be (together with the old wooden houses if they are still there);
  3. Technically the ground view of the isolated reclaimed land that is unaccessible by normal means;
  4. The view from the particular house on Canada Hill that is facing M-Square (or from any location in the Kampung on the Canada Hill that has great view of Miri);
  5. Panorama view of the city from the highest point on various tallest building in Miri (e.g. Imperial Hotel, Soon Hup Tower, Pelita Tunku);
  6. The views from a boat ride along the Kopi-O-Kaw-Kaw Miri River in the City area;
  7. The view of the city from the highest point at the Church on the hill facing the Pelita Tunku;
  8. Views of the mysterious seahorse island at Kuala Baram river mouth;

I am only suggesting here, and I know the suggestions might be a let-down for a good nature shot (if there’s any), but look on the positive side - it’s risky and challenging and it’s still on-topic. As usual, any liabilities, damages, harm, or injuries are risk-takers own sole responsibility. :smiley:

Nice shots alex899

Here are a few urban challenge I can think of:

Good idea Jack!

Starts driving into river

Great pics, Alex! I totally understand how you feel. I was up at the cliff several years ago to take this photo, and too afraid to venture further as the soil was loose and a lot of ants there. You show me what I’ve missed and also a place we didn’t know exists all these years! And yet that place is now “private property”, how pathetic!

[quote=“Jack”]Here are a few urban challenge I can think of:

  1. The old Miri General Hospital in its ruins (if it is still standing);
  2. The old place where the Long Jetty used to be (together with the old wooden houses if they are still there);
  3. Technically the ground view of the isolated reclaimed land that is unaccessible by normal means;
  4. The view from the particular house on Canada Hill that is facing M-Square (or from any location in the Kampung on the Canada Hill that has great view of Miri);
  5. Panorama view of the city from the highest point on various tallest building in Miri (e.g. Imperial Hotel, Soon Hup Tower, Pelita Tunku);
  6. The views from a boat ride along the Kopi-O-Kaw-Kaw Miri River in the City area;
  7. The view of the city from the highest point at the Church on the hill facing the Pelita Tunku;
  8. Views of the mysterious seahorse island at Kuala Baram river mouth;

I am only suggesting here, and I know the suggestions might be a let-down for a good nature shot (if there’s any), but look on the positive side - it’s risky and challenging and it’s still on-topic. As usual, any liabilities, damages, harm, or injuries are risk-takers own sole responsibility. :D[/quote]

Thank you for the information!!, about the seahorse island at kuala baram , how to get to the island

rent a boat from local…famous place for fishing…have u been in the cave in tanjong lobang?u have to wait for air surut,otherwise kaput liaw

Yes! I have the pictures also, I will show it to everyone now

[quote=“Jack”]Here are a few urban challenge I can think of:

  1. The old Miri General Hospital in its ruins (if it is still standing);
  2. The old place where the Long Jetty used to be (together with the old wooden houses if they are still there);
  3. Technically the ground view of the isolated reclaimed land that is unaccessible by normal means;
  4. The view from the particular house on Canada Hill that is facing M-Square (or from any location in the Kampung on the Canada Hill that has great view of Miri);
  5. Panorama view of the city from the highest point on various tallest building in Miri (e.g. Imperial Hotel, Soon Hup Tower, Pelita Tunku);
  6. The views from a boat ride along the Kopi-O-Kaw-Kaw Miri River in the City area;
  7. The view of the city from the highest point at the Church on the hill facing the Pelita Tunku;
  8. Views of the mysterious seahorse island at Kuala Baram river mouth;

I am only suggesting here, and I know the suggestions might be a let-down for a good nature shot (if there’s any), but look on the positive side - it’s risky and challenging and it’s still on-topic. As usual, any liabilities, damages, harm, or injuries are risk-takers own sole responsibility. :D[/quote]

thank u very very much for sharing JACK,will definately drop by some of the place u mentioned these few days,thanks again !!!

anyway,anybody knows how to get to those tallest buildings like Jack mentioned?