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Bandar Seri Begawan (Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei-Muara District)

Things to do in Brunei-Muara District

Brunei`s excellent location makes it perfect to combine with your visit to other cities of the same marine region in this part of Asia. Brunei is bathed by the South China Sea, lapping the sands of its pristine beaches, such as the calm and relaxing Muara Beach, very close to the overwhelming Serasa Beach, where the Serasa Watersports Complex is located, always full of kayaking, water skiing, sailing and windsurfing enthusiasts, among others.

If we want to delight in the natural beauty of the area, we cannot overlook the District Tutong, where we can anchor in its white sand, but the real wild side of Brunei is in Temburong, rich in biodiversity and meandering rivers that cross its thick forests. No wonder it has become a protected Natural Park.

There is an option of taking different organized tours, for example, the Water Village tour, to see the beautiful mangroves and the proboscis monkey that lives only in Borneo.The city is not adapted to tourism, although this is changing. Visits to the Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque, and the Sea Town, a village of houses built above the sea, 200 meters from the city, are a must. If you come with your boat you will save a dollar- that’s the price of a ride in one of the local boats.

In this country you can practically move around only by sea. The roads are often not paved (although they are in good condition), so directing your boat from one inlet to another and merging with the nature of the place, is a perfect opportunity to experience the adventure before mooring in a yacht club. It has pleasant equatorial throughout the year, although you should avoid traveling from February to April because of the monsoon.

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