1 Kampung Ayer

This scenic collection of wooden houses, built out over the Brunei River, offers a glimpse of traditional life.

2 The Royal Regalia Building

One of Brunei’s most entertaining museums, housing processional chariots, ceremonial paraphernalia and offbeat official gifts.

3 Proboscis monkeys

Just minutes from downtown by boat, a group of these curious-looking creatures can usually be seen foraging by the river.

4 The Empire Hotel

Come to witness how a royal folly with a cavernous marble atrium now functions as a successful hotel, then hang around for a bite.

5 Ulu Temburong National Park

Brunei’s premier nature reserve holds a heart-stopping canopy walkway and opportunities for river rafting and tubing.

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