Brunei - Activities
Enjoy free modern amusements right next to the beach just outside the capital, within the Brunei-Muara district - Jerudong Theme Park is best reached by road.
Bost Cruise Tours
Take a half-day boat tour to Pulau Selirong, a mangrove island 45 minutes from Muara by boat, where wildlife includes proboscis monkeys, macaques, kingfishers and eagles.
Brunei Museum and the Malay Technology Museum showing traditional crafts.
Tour the Ulu Temburong National Park, which has forest canopy trails on wooden walkways. Trips can include rafting and swimming if desired.
Beaches at Muara, Serasa, Kuala Belait and Lumut Beach near Tutong, where watersports are popular.
Traditional sporting activities, such as gasing, a game involving highly polished giant tops, and kite flying are all available.
Explore and sight the best view in Bandar Seri Gegawan, the capital, from the minaret crowning the golden-domed Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque, which stands in the middle of its own artificial lagoon.
Walk around the wooden walkways between the houses (which combine traditional architecture with modern facilities such as Internet connections) in Kampong Ayer, a water village on the outskirts of the capital, reputed to be the largest collection of stilt habitations in the world.
Task Merimbun Lake
Drive out to Tasek Merimbun, Brunei's largest lake. Located in a hill resort in the Tutong District just over an hour's drive from Bandar Seri Begawan, peaceful picnicking, birdwatching and jungle trails await.
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