Miri-Sibuti Coral Reef National Park is a protected area of coral reefs in Miri Division in the Malaysian state of Sarawak off the island of Borneo. The park is a popular dive destination. The Miri-Sibuti Coral Reef National Park, lying at depths ranging from 7 to 30 metres, has an average visibility of 10 to 30 metres. There are also some wreck dives.
The reefs house a wide diversity of marine creatures including soft corals like leather corals, sea whips, Bubble corals, staghorn corals, Dendronephthya and Gorgonia sea fans, as well as sponges including Elephant ear spongees. Fish species include clown fish, yellow and blueback fusiliers, angelfish, butterfly fish, sea perch, lizardfish, batfish, jackfish, barracudas, Napoleon wrasse and sharks. Other creatures include feather stars, giant clams, nudibranches, anemones and sea horses.