Brunei - Attractions
Hot Springs and Waterfalls
See the hot springs and waterfalls, along with remote forest communities and more longhouses, in the Belait district, near Kampong Labi. River safaris up the Belait River are the best way to experience these.
Sultan's lavish home in the capital - Istana Nurul Iman is a glittering example of Brunei's majestic royal heritage.
Tasek 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.
See the architectural masterpiece that is the Empire Hotel & Country Club, set in acres of tropical gardens at the doorstep of one of the oldest rainforests in southeast Asia. Its golf course has views over the South China Sea and it is Brunei's only beach resort.
Spot the splendid traditional longhouses in the Temburong district, an area with large tracts of virgin rainforest.
Billionth Barrel Monument
Witness the continuing importance of oil to Brunei's economy - the Billionth Barrel Monument near Kuala Belait is a testament to it.
Visti the other royal sites, including the ancient Tomb of Sultan Bolkiah, the fifth sultan, known as the ‘singing admiral' for his love of both music and conquest, and the Royal Regalia Building in the heart of the capital, home to a collection of ceremonial objects.
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