Brunei Darussalam, a small peaceful country exudes the mystique of a nation ruled by the world’s oldest reigning monarchy. Located at the northern side of Borneo, the world’s third largest island, Brunei is bordered by the Malaysian state of Sabah to the east and Sarawak to the west. Affectionately known as “The Green Heart of Borneo”, Brunei is largely covered in pristine tropical rainforest making the country a haven for eco-tourism. Visitors to Brunei will have the unique opportunity to explore the mangrove-covered swamps, beautiful national parks, white sandy beaches and some of Asia’s best nature reserves which houses abundance of rare flora and fauna such as Borneo endangered Proboscis Monkey. For adrenaline junkies, Brunei offers a wide range of exciting adventure activities such as riding the Iban longboat against the rapid, white water-rafting in a tranquil jungle river, trekking up the summit of Bukit Patoi or venture deep into an ancient cave in Brunei’s neighbouring country, Malaysia.
Brunei is devoutly a Muslim country and the Islamic influences form a central foundation to most of the nation’s treasured heritage. Join a half day or a full day tour of Brunei's majestic capital city Bandar Seri Begawan and be awestruck with the spectacular monuments and landmarks such as Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque, The Royal Regalia, Istana Nurul Iman, Jame’Asr Hassanil Bolkiah Mosque and Yayasan Shopping Complex. Not to be missed on your travel itinerary is Brunei’s famed Water Village, the country’s national treasure. Locally known as Kampung Ayer, this 600 years old living heritage is reputed to be the largest Malay Water Village in the world!
There are many surprises awaiting you away from the hustle bustle of the city like the sleepy oil town of Seria, the quaint border town of Kuala Lurah, historical island of Labuan or cross over the border to Brunei’s neighbouring country, Malaysia and explore the oil town of Miri.