Discover the lush, exotic island of Borneo, the home of Beautiful Brunei, Sabah Discovery, and Enchanting Sarawak as we take you to experience the blissful delights of South East Asia.
Royal Regalia Building
The best introduction to the pomp, opulence and rich traditions of the six centuries old Brunei Monarchy, the Royal Regalia building was established in 1992 to commemorate the Silver Jubilee of His Majesty's accession to the throne. It houses a vast collection of the Regalia displayed during Royal ceremonies steeped in tradition and galleries of ornate gifts from world dignitaries presented to His Majesty.
Sitting on 200,000 m² of land on top of a hill, the Sultan of Brunei's lavish Royal Palace was known as the world's largest residential palace. Open to the public and visitors alike exclusively for only 3 days in a year, marking the religious festival following the fasting month of Ramadhan - Hari Raya Aidilfitri.
Towering above the commercial areas of Kiarong and Kiulap, the Mosque is Brunei's largest Mosque, one of the nation's most unforgettable and revered cultural landmarks and one of the most impressive examples of modern Islamic architecture in South-East Asia.
Standing tall in the heart of Brunei, the Mosque is the most iconic landmark, with magnificent gold domes and complimenting a striking replica of a 16th century Royal Barge built inside a surrounding lagoon.
The original “Venice of the East” as described by Magellan’s chronicler in 1521, Kampong Ayer, literally “Water Village”, is the heart and soul of Brunei, having been for centuries the political, trading and settlement center of the Brunei Kingdom. Now resting opposite the modern capital across the Brunei River, it is still home to an estimated 20,000 people.
Brunei’s crown jewel, Ulu-Ulu National Park sprawls 50,000 hectare expanse of undisturbed rainforest teeming with ecological diversity, stretching over most of Southern Temburong and the realm of Borneo’s longhouse communities and culture. Experience the real primeval Borneo jungle, with thrilling set of interconnected canopy walkways towering above the treetops and panoramic views of its beauty.
Nature is never far in Brunei. Favourite to joggers, inhabited by rare proboscis monkeys, Damuan River is minutes away from the capital. Native to Borneo, the proboscis monkeys can often be spotted, even near human settlements
Bukit Shahbandar Recreational Park is popular with locals and visitors alike, challenging for fitness enthusiasts with its 11 hillocks of different levels of difficulty to tackle, offering a rewarding panoramic view of the golden domes of Jame’ Asr Hassanil Bolkiah Mosque and beyond.
Tasek Lama, a tranquil getaway in the heart of the city. It offers a bird’s eye view of Kampong Ayer and the capital from a ridge. For nature buffs and fitness enthusiast alike, be prepared for a rigorous climb to the top.
Whether you have always been keen to learn or aiming to be a Dive Master, learn to Dive with Brunei’s industry best – Poni Divers and Oceanic Quest. From as young as 10 years old, Poni Divers and Oceanic Quest have plenty to offer.
Regarded as one of the most interesting and accessible wreck dives in the region and richly endowed as the new frontier for diving enthusiasts, the pristine and untouched coral reefs and shipwrecks of Brunei teem with colourful marine life.
It is obvious that designer Max Wexler went to great lengths to retain much of the original vegetation - visually pleasing but not too forgiving of wayward shots. Royal Brunei Airlines Golf Course is built to challenge even the nations best golfers.
Designed by the internationally-acclaimed golf course designer, Ronald Fream, Royal Brunei Golf and Country Club is considered one of the best courses in Asia and described as the 'Augusta Nation of Asia".