The new Miri City Council Building called Miri City Hall, located next to the Central Park in Miri, is expected to start construction on June 4, with a scheduled completion date of December next year.
The Miri City Council received funding from the State Government to build a new nine-story Miri City Hall.
The Miri New City Council Building is located in the open space next to the Miri Central Park in the coastal city of Miri.
It hopes to bring out the allusion of oil and gas from Miri by the shape of a building resembling oil drums, and become a “check in zone” of another popular landmark attraction in Miri City.
This new Miri City Council Building, which costs a total of RM92.1 million, is expected to start construction on June 4. The scheduled completion period is December next year.
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