Bus From Bintulu to Miri

Bus From Bintulu to Miri

Bintulu to Miri Bus Service

Avg. Bus Duration: 2 hours 50 mins
Distance: 192 km

Bintulu to Miri Bus Schedule & Fare

Bus OperatorFirst BusLast BusDuration
Eva Express

Bintulu to Miri Bus

Bintulu and Miri are popular locations in Sarawak, with people travelling the two for various reasons, including tourism and work. The distance between them is around 195 km. Bintulu to Miri buses are the best mode of transport and they take approximately 3 to 4 hours to complete the journey. According to the Bintulu to Miri bus schedule, around seven buses from different operators depart every day from Bintulu to Miri. The bus services start as early as 3 am and is available till 11.30 pm. Buses from Bintulu to Miri are equipped with several amenities to make your journey comfortable. A road trip on this route in Malaysia is a memorable experience. During your road trip to Miri, you can enjoy the scenic coastal view of the country.

About Bintulu

Now a popular coastal town, Bintulu started as a fishing village. It became nationwide popular in 1969 when oil and gas were discovered near the coast. Since then, it has become a centre of energy-related industries in Malaysia. Its port area has the world’s largest liquified natural gas production on a single site. Bintulu is located at an equal distance from Kuching and Kota Kinabalu and Bintulu is the perfect getaway for tourists. From national parks to ancient monuments, one can find several things in this coastal city.

The Borneo International Kite Festival is held in Bintulu every year. Spotting Irrawaddy dolphins and the Golden Beach are some of the popular things to do here.

About Miri

Miri gained popularity after 1910 when oil was discovered near the coast. Over the years, the oil and petroleum industry of the coastal city kept on developing. It is why Miri was granted official city status by the Malaysian government in 2005. Many people credit Miri as the birthplace of the petroleum industry in Malaysia.

Miri is the second-largest city in Sarawak state but has a lesser population. Around five major national parks in the city make it a tourist heaven. The various national parks and beaches are its major attractions. The sunset view that spreads magical colours across the sky from Canadian Hill or other beaches is one of the best things about this city.

Miri is famous for being home to the largest cave in the world, known as Sarawak Chamber, located in the Gunung Mulu National Park. It is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This site is a popular eco-tourism destination.

Are you looking for affordable bus tickets from Bintulu to Miri?

To get affordable bus tickets online from Bintulu to Miri, you can visit the redBus website/mobile app.

Why Choose redBus for your Journey?

redBus is the best solution for all your bus ticketing related requirements. From comparing buses to booking bus tickets online, cancelling/rescheduling them, you can do it all using a few clicks on this platform. redBus offers discounts from time to time, authentic bus reviews and 24x7 customer care service.

Weather in Miri

The general weather conditions in Miri are hot, humid, and overcast. The average temperature throughout the year ranges between 24 and 31 degrees Celsius. You will not see major temperature deviation in winters, and the days are shorter. The hottest and coldest months are May and December, respectively.

Places to stay in Miri

In Miri, you will find various stay options like hotels, service apartments, homestays, resorts or small studio apartments. You can book any of these as per your budget.

Best Food in Miri

You can find many popular cafes and restaurants in Miri to enjoy the local food available here. The popular dishes in the city include -

  • Nuba Laya
  • Shrimp paste sauce flavoured Nasa Lemak
  • Umai
  • Bubur Pedas
  • Sio Bee
  • Kompia

Things to do in Miri

  • Trekking at Lambir Hills National Park
  • Explore Gunung Mulu National Park
  • Watch the musical fountain at Miri City
  • Enjoy the sunset view from Canadian Hill
  • Visit the oldest Buddhist temple
  • Sunset at Brighton Beach
  • Rock formation on Tusan Beach
  • Enjoy Blue Tears caused by the microscopic dinoflagellates at Tusan Beach

Places to visit in Miri

  • Handicraft Heritage Centre: You can buy epic and handmade art/craft pieces at Handicraft Heritage Centre. Many stalls showcase souvenirs and handicrafts that have a hint of Northern Sarawak culture.
  • Tua Pek Kong Chinese Temple: The Tua Pek Kong Chinese Temple in Miri is also the oldest temple in the city. The biggest story associated with the temple is that it survived the bombings in WWII.
  • Taman Bunga: Taman Bunga is a heaven for nature buffs in Miri. It is a flower garden with many species of plants and flowers with their descriptions.
  • Miri City Fan Recreation Park: The small lake inside the Miri City Fan Recreation Park is a major attraction for tourists. The park also has several eye-catching Chinese architectural elements.
  • Lambir Hills National Park: Spread over more than 6,900 hectares, Lambir Hills National Park houses around 64 mammal species and 46 reptile species. This national park in Miri also houses more than 230 species of birds.
  • The Grand Old Lady: Also known as ‘Well No. 1’, The Grand Old Lady was the first oil well in Malaysia. It represents the petroleum history of Malaysia which is more than 100 years old.
  • Petroleum Museum: Located in the Bukit Tenaga region of Miri, the Petroleum Museum informs visitors about the history of the city.
  • San Ching Tian Temple: The San Ching Tian Temple is the biggest Taoist temple in entire Southeast Asia. You will be amazed to see the Chinese-style architecture of the San Ching Tian Temple.
  • Gunung Mulu National Park: This national park in Miri houses a wide range of flora and fauna species. It has around 20,000 species of invertebrates alone.
  • The Cliff at Tusan Beach: The sandstone and limestone cliffs at Tusan Beach are a major attraction. Don’t forget to enjoy the sunset view from the top of the cliffs at Tusan Beach.
  • Alice In Borneo Land Bar: It is one of the most-visited pubs in Miri by tourists. Do visit ‘Alie In Borneo Land’ for good mojitos and beers.
  • Waterfall at Lambir Hill National Park: The waterfall at Lambir Hill National Park is surrounded by steep rock walls from three sides. One can visit the waterfall inside the national park for a serene experience with family members or friends.

Travel Options in Miri

In Miri, you can travel around the place via city buses or taxis.

Best time to visit Miri

Most visitors prefer to visit Miri in the month of May. During this month, the Miri May Fest is organised. This month-long fest includes cultural programs, fairs, art shows, sports activities, social activities, and more. Some people prefer to visit Miri in the month of February for the Chinese New Year celebrations. Plan your journey a few weeks before the Chinese New Year to witness the Gong Xi Fa Cai Bazaar. The Miri International Dance for Humanity event in November/December also attracts many visitors.

Bus fare from Bintulu to Miri

When you book the Bintulu to Miri bus ticket online, you will see that the lowest price available is MYR 20, and the highest will be MYR 27 for adults. The online bus ticket fare for children under 12 is around MYR 22. The bus fares change depending on the operator, bus type, and other factors.

Popular Bus Companies from Bintulu to Miri

Some of the popular bus companies from Bintulu to Miri are -

  • Bus Asia
  • Eva Express
  • Sungai Merah Bus Bhd.

Boarding And Drop-Off Points

Boarding Points in Bintulu

  • Bintulu

Drop- Off Points in Miri

  • Miri

How to book Bintulu to Miri bus tickets online on redBus?

To book Bintulu to Miri bus tickets online on redBus, follow the steps mentioned below -

  • Scroll up to the top of this page.
  • Click on ‘Modify’ to change the date. You can also use this option to change the route. After selecting the date, click on ‘Search’.
  • You will see the list of buses from Bintulu to Miri for your chosen date. Compare and choose a bus.
  • Next, select seats, boarding and drop-off points.
  • Enter passenger details and proceed to pay.
  • Make the payment to confirm the booking. You will receive your bus ticket online via email and SMS.


Do I need to print out my bus ticket before boarding?
There are two main scenarios that you might fall into when you have to board a bus. Now, if your boarding point is at any terminal in Malaysia, passengers will have to take a print out of the bus ticket that has been sent to the email in a PDF format. The second scenario is when your boarding point is a bus stop and not a terminal. In this case, you will receive an M-ticket that you will have to produce before boarding your bus. If the operator does not provide an M-Ticket, you will have to take a printout of the ticket (PDF) that has been sent to the registered email ID that you have used to book the bus ticket on the redBus website. Some operators might levy a charge if these conditions are not followed.
Can I get any discount on Bintulu to Miri bus tickets?
Yes. Passengers can avail upto 20% discount on Bintulu to Miri bus tickets while booking bus tickets on redBus, Malaysia.
How do I book a bus from Bintulu to Miri?
You can either visit the terminal and go the booth belonging to the bus operator of your choice, wait in line, select a seat, and book your ticket. If you’d rather not do that, you can visit and book your seat within 5 minutes.
Which is the best offer for Bintulu to Miri bus tickets on the redBus platform?
The offer of upto 20% off on Bintulu to Miri bus tickets is, indeed, the best offer on the redBus platform as customers can save a lot on their totale bus ticket price.
How do I pay for my bus ticket on the redBus website?
There are a number of different modes of payment offered to customers. Customers can either pay by credit card, debit card, or they can select any of the banks listed when you click the “FPX (Malaysia Online Bank Transfer).
How can I make an online bus ticket booking in Malaysia?
You can book a bus of your choice to any destination in Malaysia by logging on to the official website of redBus which is . The site is user-friendly and you can book your bus ticket in a matter of minutes.
operator logo
Eva Express
operator logo
Sungai Merah Bus Bhd.

Redbus Ensures

ATTRACTIVE DEALS Get amazing discounts every time you book with us
TRUSTED BRAND Over 17 million happy customers globally
WIDE CHOICE OF BUSES 80+ Coach companies with 800+ Routes across Malaysia & Singapore
RESCHEDULE JOURNEY WITH EASE Change of plans? Reschedule according to your convenience


Easy online bus booking methods and secure payment options on enable travellers to book Bintulu to Miri bus tickets. Avail great redBus offers on bus reservation. Simply book tickets online and travel in comfort.

Offers on Bintulu to Miri Bus Tickets

redBus offers amazing offers and discounts to its customers on online bus tickets booking. Customers can enjoy upto 20% off on their Bintulu to Miri bus tickets. Select any of the buses available on Bintulu to Miri bus route and make your journey extremely affordable by grabbing upto 20% off on bus tickets. 

Learn more about such exciting offers at: