Food

Outdoor Activities

River Journeys

Foodie Surprises

Bruneian cuisine may not be well known, but we can guarantee you’ve never eaten anything like ambuyat (made from sago starch), or delicious kueh – rainbow-coloured Malay-style sweets made from rice, tapioca or mung-bean flour.

Jungle Encounters

Ulu Temburong National Park preserves 40% of Brunei’s virgin rainforest, so there's a good chance of spotting wildlife on a jungle hike, or from elevated walkways through the canopy.

Aquatic Adventures

River cruises penetrate the forested interior, but you'll see a different side to life in Brunei in Kampong Ayer, the world’s largest stilt village, perched above the Brunei River.