Half Day City Tour and Optional Water Village Experience
"See the main highlights of Brunei's capital city Bandar Seri Begawan on this half-day tour. From the city's iconic buildings and historic museums to its beautiful mosques and the majestic Sultan's Palace get a comprehensive overview of the area's best in a short period of time.After a quick pickup from your hotel drive past Bandar Seri Begawan's historic sites: Lapau Brunei's royal ceremonial hall and Dewan Majlis
Full Day City and Water Village Tour with Lunch in Brunei
"Experience the best of Bandar Seri Begawan the capital city of Brunei on this full-day tour. See the city's iconic sights relish lunch at a local restaurant and catch a glimpse of local customs in a Brunei water village.Begin your day trip with hotel pickup and ride past Lapau Dewan Majlis (the Parliament House) and the historic Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque
"Just minutes from the center of Bandar Seri Begawan are isolated mangroves where nature still dominates.The boat leaves the center of Bandar traveling past the old and new Water Villages housing towards the mangrove-lined waterways. Moving quietly along the narrow mangrove channels stopping to listen and look for the birds and animal life that call the mangroves home. If you are lucky you can observe the shy proboscis monkey. (Only found in Borneo) Our guide will explain the mangrove ecology and some of the diversity of plant and a vines palms and trees. The boat returns to the center of Bandar Seri Begawan stopping along the way to visit a local house to have morning or afternoon tea.Morning Depature08:00 - Depart from Yayasan jetty - Watch the Water village come alive - Pas"""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
Catch the bus from the bus terminal in BSB at 7.00am - it goes to Muara which is the ferry terminal - cost BN$2 pp - if you catch a later bus you may miss the first ferry, and you need to catch that...
petrol prices last changed in 1984.....due to switch from imperial to metric system...diesel is 31cents / litre...h2o is b$1 / litre....one would rather drink diesel.......if one's tummy could handle...