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!


  • Balai Khazanah Islam Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah

    Balai Khazanah Islam Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah

    Balai Khazanah Islam Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah has reopened its doors on 12th December 2022 to welcome visitors to its nine exhibition galleries filled with…... Read More
  • Dermaga Diraja (The Royal Wharf)

    Dermaga Diraja (The Royal Wharf)

    More popularly known as the ‘Waterfront’, the Royal Wharf is situated by one of the Brunei River banks and was recently redeveloped into a scenic promenade ... Read More

  • Dewan Bahasa Dan Pustaka Mural

    Commissioned by the 28th Sultan of Brunei, Sultan Haji Omar 'Ali Saifuddien Sa'adul Khairi Waddien, this iconic mural boasts a width of 30 metres. ... Read More

  • Hab Tenaga Brunei Dermaga Diraja (Brunei Energy Hub)

    The old Royal Customs and Excise building in the heart of the capital went through a major facelift and is renamed the Hab Tenaga Brunei…... Read More
  • 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

  • Jalan Roberts

    The most photogenic street in downtown Bandar Seri Begawan is Jalan Roberts, next to Jalan Pretty and Jalan McArthur. This street is named... Read More

  • Jerudong Park

    Go on a rollercoaster ride with friends and enjoy a picnic at the garden, or get on a magical boat ride and spend some time with a special someone. Wet your feet and refresh yourself at the... Read More

  • Kampong Ayer

    Kampong Ayer is one of the largest water settlements in Southeast Asia, this expanse of settlements on stilts is a must-visit for any traveler wishing to complete their tour of Brunei. The... Read More

  • Kampong Ayer Cultural and Tourism Gallery

    Begin your walking tour of Kampong Ayer at the Kampong Ayer Cultural Tourism Gallery. Located just beside Jetty 1, it is accessible by water taxi from the Royal Wharf. Learn about this ‘Venice of the East’ ... 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

  • Malay Technology Museum

    Opened in 1988 by His Majesty Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu’izzadin Waddaulah, this museum showcases traditional technology ... Read More

  • Omar 'Ali Saifuddien Mosque

    From its iconic glistening golden dome and towering marble walls to the majestic and magical lagoon housing the historical Mahligai Barge, its no wonder the Omar 'Ali Saifuddien Mosque is seen... Read More

  • Rimba Garden Cental

    Beauty blooms in abundance at Rimba Garden Central. Green thumbs and flower lovers, will find a wonderful assortment of herbs, flowers, herbs and other essentials for gardening. Those who are... Read More

  • Taman Mahkota Jubli Emas

    The Taman Mahkota Jubli Emas is a 12-hectare riverfront park situated alongside the grand Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque and the tranquil water village, Kampong Ayer. Enjoy a walk down the... 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

  • Tasek Lama Recreational Park

    Brunei is blessed with plenty of natural rainforest parks and the Tasek Lama Recreation Park might hold the top spot for some. If you are in need of some stress relief, Tasek Lama is the place to head to. Here you will find... Read More

  • Tasek Sarubing

    Take a serene lakeside walk in Tasek Sarubing Recreational Park. With a spectacular view of the lake, many visitors enjoy a nice afternoon stroll. Wonder upon its wooden walkways, and... Read More

  • Teng Yun Temple

    Take a drive around downtown Bandar Seri Begawan and you’ll come across the unmissable Teng Yun Temple, the oldest existing Chinese temple in Brunei. ... Read More

  • The Big Wall and 7 Padian Murals

    Set your eyes on the biggest mural in Brunei - The Big Wall. Standing high, it demands the attention of all passersby. Designed and created by a collective of local graffiti and independent street artists, ... Read More

  • The Royal Ceremonial Hall

    While visitors are not allowed in, the Royal Ceremonial Hall is worth a stop, simply to soak in its historic and cultural importance. Commonly known as... Read More

  • The Royal Regalia Museum

    The Royal Regalia Museum is home to the Sultanate's heirlooms and regalia. From golden chariots to olden-day symbolic weapons and shields, exhibits of His Majesty's Silver and Golden Jubilee... Read More

  • Time Piece Monument

    The Time Piece Monument stands in the middle of Bandar Seri Begawan as an important historic landmark. The clock was made as a commemoration for Tuanku Abdul Rahman's visit to Brunei in 1959.... 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


  • Tasek Merimbun

  • Teraja Longhouse

  • Belalong Canopy Walkway

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