Of Golden Skylines
and Opulent Treasures.

An urbanscape that boasts magnificent Islamic architecture and the natural green geography of the land, Brunei-Muara is the epitome of traditional culture co-existing harmoniously with urban sophistication. As the smallest of Brunei’s four districts, it also happens to be the most populated and most bustling as it holds both the capital of the Sultanate, Bandar Seri Begawan, and the only main deepwater port located in Muara. Explore the safeguarded heritages of this kingdom and discover delightfully unexpected treasures along the way!


  • Indoor Ice-Skating Rink at Aman Hills Shopping Centre

    Unleash your inner “Frozen” and let yourself go as you glide along an icy plain at Aman Hills Shopping Centre. Made of actual ice, the ice-skating rink is one of the shopping complex’s most... Read More

  • Jerudong Park

    As Borneo’s largest amusement park, Jerudong Park features all kinds of rides for all ages. Roam freely through beautifully landscaped and kid-friendly playground that the young ones would... Read More

  • Joyful Garden

    Built with love to cultivate joy, Joyful Garden is a tranquil escape that is much needed. The lush garden is home to a plethora of plants and decorated with wooden swings, delightful gazebos... Read More

  • Kampong Ayer

    Known to some as the ‘Venice of the East’, Kampong Ayer is the world’s largest settlement on stilts. This floating village is home to some of the friendliest people you’ll ever meet and might... Read More

  • Lugu Lake (along the Jerudong-Tutong highway)

    A former man-made pit turned freshwater lagoon, Lugu Lake will definitely dazzle the eyes with its uniquely turquoise lustre. On any given weekend, you can find local resident kids waddling... Read More

  • Omar 'Ali Saifuddien Mosque

    Named after the 28th Sultan of Brunei – the late father of the current Sultan of Brunei – this mosque is considered to be one of the most beautiful mosques in Asia Pacific. It is surrounded by... Read More

  • Royal Regalia

    This museum houses the Sultan’s full royal regalia, as well as exhibits commemorating the Silver and Golden Jubilee celebrations of the present monarch’s reign. Visitors are greeted with the... Read More

  • Taman Mahkota Jubilee Emas

    Take a sunset stroll through Taman Mahkota Jubilee Emas, Brunei’s 12-hectare riverfront park. With perfectly trimmed gardens, brilliant flora and grand monuments that light up the night,... Read More

  • Tamu Kianggeh

    Located at the banks of Kianggeh river where the waterways are constantly busy with motorboats zooming by, the market features a variety of local vegetables like edible ferns and medicinal... Read More

  • Yayasan Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah

    First opened in 1996, Yayasan Shopping Complex is one of Brunei’s earliest and longest-standing shopping malls. Considered a tourist attraction for a majority of its existence due to its scenic... Read More


  • Tutong Town

  • Tasek Merimbun

  • Seri Kenangan Beach

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