Travel has opened up and evidence shows that more and more people are booking holidays. We have decided to take a look at one of the most breathtaking and unique destinations on the green list. Brunei has no shortage of beautiful sights to see, we hope this list gives Brunei a place on your travel list.


Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque

Situated in the Capital City Bandar Seri Begawan, this Mosque is said to be one of the most impressive sights in Brunei, and the most beautiful Mosque of the surrounding countries as well. Named after the 28th Sultan of Brunei, it is said that he declared that opulence be the main theme. The Mosque serves as a symbol of modern Islamic architecture and served to show his deep-rooted belief in the Islamic faith. This architectural marvel should not be missed.

Istana Nurul Iman

Affectionately known as “The Light of Faith Palace”, this opulent palace is both the home of Brunei’s sultan and the seat of government. This palace is as opulent as the nature surrounding it, from Brunei river to the rolling hills. The palace and joining Mosque are a must-see stop on your tour. This place also boasts the title of the largest residential palace in the world.

Royal Regalia Museum

Situated in the Capital of Brunei, this museum was set up to showcase the extravagant opulence of the sultan and fellow royals. The sultan opened the museum to commemorate his silver jubilee as Brunei’s 29th sultan. Much of the country's royal culture and history are housed in this beautiful monument.

Ulu Temburong National Park

This protected national park is Brunei’s first protected nature park. Situated in the Eastern Brunei district, this park takes up as much as 40% of the district area. This untouched natural fauna is fondly called the “Green Jewel of Brunei”. For those who look in particular for eco-tourism, this national park is Brunei’s eco-tourism hub, and an example of the sultan’s aim to conserve the natural jungle spaces of Brunei.

Jerudong Park Playground

Jerudong Park boasts the title as the biggest theme park in Southeast Asia. This popular tourist destination was built with no expense spared being constructed with a staggering price tag. The admission to the park is free of charge with cards available to visitors to enter rides and attractions. If theme rides aren’t your idea of fun, you shouldn’t give this park a miss, it is a spectacle to see and there is so much more to experience.


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