On this full day tour you will experience the best that Brunei has to offer. The golden domes of Brunei's landmarks await as you explore the jewel in Borneo's crown. This tour encompasses the best of the capitols monuments and iconic sites, with access to Brunei's museums of wonder and an exclusive look into life on the largest water village in the world. In-between all the excitement you will get the chance to eat like the locals in a specially chosen restaurant. Come and explore the real Brunei.
• 7 hours
This tour is a good introduction to Brunei as you drive pass the Lapau (the Royal Ceremonial Hall), Dewan Majlis (Parlaiment House) and Sir Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque, and visit the Museum, The Royal Regalia Centre, Jame' Asr Hassanil Bolkiah Mosque and Istana Nurul Iman (Sultan's Palace).
• 3 hours
This is an introduction to Brunei’s unique wilderness rain forest region. The Ulu Temburong National Park is protected and preserved for scientific research and low impact visitors. This day excursion is a short immersion in to this amazing environment for those with limited time. An amazing snapshot to a environment that is well protected for all to see.
• 1 day
A full day tour introducing you to the symbols of Brunei wealth, faith and identity. Some of the highlights are Royal Regalia, Jame Asr' Hassanal Mosque and the Royal Palace, followed by a beautiful tour through the old and new parts of the Water village perfect for you to discover one of the heritage jewels of Brunei by crossing the Brunei river and strolling the wooden walkways. The safari starts now - the mangroves harbor a various selection of wildlife, such as mangrove cat snakes, crocodiles, monitor lizards and the proboscis monkey. Some of the highlights are panoramic boat tour past Water village, Royal palace and wildlife spotting.
• 9 hours
Discover what makes Brunei one of the wealthiest nations on earth with this tour to the Seria oil fields. You will get an up close and personal look into economic heartland of Brunei.
• 6 hours
A great tour for the wildlife enthusiast. Brunei's mangroves are full of rare and exotic birds and animals that can only be found in Borneo. A local guide will navigate you through the narrow mangrove channels, explain the complex ecosystem and help you to spot shy wildlife hiding among the trees branches.
• 2 hours
This day excursion is a short immersion into an amazing tradition and culture of the local people of Temburong. Proceed further along the road to Bukit Patoi reserve and walk along the wooden walkways to a panoramic view of the surrounding countryside.
• 7 hours
The Majestic golden glow of the Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque shines brightly against the back lit night sky. As you stop by on your way to discover the delights of Brunei by night. Not just a sight seeing tour. Here you will get to experience dinner at a local restaurant, before heading off to see the sights. Last but certainly not least on this tour is the chance to stroll through one of South East Asia's famous night markets.
• 3 hours
This 4 hours tour features the highlights of the city and it’s good for people who have limited time in Brunei. Tour includes a visit in Royal Regalia, where you will see the collection of Royal jewel like the encrusted crown and other opulent symbols of Brunei Monarchy, the Istana Nurul Iman, the world’s largest residential palace, the Brunei State Museum, where collection of Islamic arts are displayed, the Malay Technology Museum, a gallery which displays tributes to the lifestyles of Malays and Ethnic tribes of Brunei, the Omar Ali Saiffudien Mosque, considered as one of the most beautiful mosque on Southeast Asia and lastly, the Kampung Ayer, which is known as the “Venice of East” and is the largest water village in the world.
• 4 hours
This is an excellent whole day tour of Brunei for those who opt for the more detailed tour at a leisurely pace. The tour will start with a visit to Tamu Kianggeh or the open air market. Royal Regalia, where you will see the collection of Royal jewel like the encrusted crown and other opulent symbols of Brunei Monarchy, the Istana Nurul Iman, the world largest residential palace, the Brunei State Museum, where collection of Islamic arts are displayed, the Malay Technology Museum, a gallery which displays tributes to the lifestyles of Malays and Ethnic tribes of Brunei, the Omar Ali Saiffudien Mosque, considered as one of the most beautiful mosque on Southeast Asia, the ‘Jame Asr Hassanil Bolkiah Mosque, and lastly, the Kampung Ayer which is known as the “Venice of the East” and have a house visit with a light refreshment (Malay traditional cuisine). See the luxurious Empire Hotel. Lunch will be served at the local restaurant.
• 6 hours