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An immaculate surau greets you the moment you step out of Brunei International Airport, providing visitors a first glimpse into the rich culture of Brunei.

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Hop on board the Brunei River Cruise to see the best of Brunei. The cruise takes you on a journey through Brunei’s most popular attractions, including the famous Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque and iconic water village, Kampong Ayer. You can even dine on board for an unforgettable dining experience.

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A lovely sanctuary to get away from it all. A cosy abode nestled in Brunei’s jungle, Eco Ponies is a quaint garden where visitors can enjoy unique kampong cuisine (cooked with fresh ingredients straight from the garden!) and experience a relaxing farmstay.

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Kampong Ayer, known as the “Venice of the East” is a unique water village that houses 30,000 people. As many of the residents move about by boat, you can easily get a water taxi to go there. The friendly Bruneians are sure to greet you with a smile!

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Lugu Lake is a natural freshwater lake that has become a popular recreation spot amongst locals and tourists in recent years. Be it water activities or just soaking your legs in the turquoise blue waters, the sense of tranquillity here will wash all over you.

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The gleaming golden dome of the Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque against a clear blue sky is the perfect combination for photography enthusiasts.

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The varied mangrove wildlife along the Brunei River offers sightings that will make you hold your breath in awe, none more so than the elusive Proboscis monkey.

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Raja Isteri Pengiran Anak Raja Saleha Bridge is the tallest structure in Brunei. Towering over Brunei’s iconic water village, the bridge is 750-meter long. Come night fall, the bridge becomes even more eye-catching.

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With fun-filled play areas and a natural waterfall that soothes your senses, Tasek Lama Recreational Park is a place for both young and old.

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Your reward for climbing all the way up to the top of Ulu Temburong’s canopy walk is well worth it. Just look at this view!

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Brunei is covered in lush rainforest, dotted with beautiful mosques, and blessed with amazing food. But look beyond the surface, and something even more wonderful is revealed—our people. With an astonishing wealth of culture, values and heritage, they are what make Brunei come alive. They are the heart and soul of Brunei.

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