Seria town in the Belait District is the seat of Brunei’s oil and gas industry. See the nodding donkeys which symbolize the status of this special town where on shore oil was first discovered in Brunei in 1929.
Ulu Temburong National Park occupies approximately 50,000 hectares of the Batu Apoi Forest Reserve. Forest trails have been established through the park with 7 KM of wooden walkways. A canopy walkway affords visitors an opportunity to observe the rain forest’s diverse treetop.
Highlights of the tour will be a scenic boat ride around the biggest Malay Water Village in the world and visit to a local home where you can observe the daily livelihood of typical villagers living in houses on stilts on Brunei River.
Highlights include the visits to the Brunei Museum, Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque, The Royal Regalia Exhibition Hall, Hassanil Bolkiah Mosque and photo stop at the entrance of the biggest residential palace in the World – Istana Nurul Iman.
The tour combines a scenic boat ride to Kampong Ayer, the biggest Malay Water Village in the world, with a safari around the nearby mangrove areas in the search for the endangered
species primate – The Proboscis Monkey of Brunei.
Here is a list of the 7 things you really must do when you visit Brunei. Our ground handler in Brunei, MegaBorneo Tour Planner, will make the necessary arrangements to make your visit and tours as relaxed and worry free as possible.
Brunei Darussalam is a sultanate in the island of Borneo. It is the home to the oldest and only surviving sovereign Islamic monarchy. Visitors to Brunel Darussalam will find an abundance of places of interest and activities to experience the country from an Islamic perspective. Brunei Darussalam is truly an Abode of Peace.