Excellent service, good prices and a variety of eco-programs around Brunei and Borneo. A day trip to Ulu Temburong National Park costs...
Ratna Dina Arif Gallery
Ratna Dina Arif Gallery, a small art studio, is located on the 2nd floor of Yayasan Complex exhibiting a slew of paintings by local...
Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque
Built from 1954 to 1958, Masjid Omar Ali Saifuddien – named after the 28th sultan of Brunei (the late father of the current sultan) – is...
Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf
The hangout of choice for folks who need to bang out some work on their laptops or just relax in air-conditioned frigidity. Serves hot...
Glo Food Court
Strut past large plastic aquariums full of the daily catch and choose from an array of food stalls – each one with plate polaroids for...
Ayamku Restaurant information
Lonely Planet review
Brunei’s answer to KFC, this is one of the cheapest places in town to get a meal. You can get a big piece of fried chicken, some rice and a drink for about B$3. And the chicken is surprisingly good. One note: this may be purely coincidental, but many of the diners here seemed remarkably plump for Southeast Asians.