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  • Brunei Darussalam has 161 km of pristine coastline, filled with palm-lined beaches and blue waters. No wonder it has been called the Pearl and Tropical Paradise of the East. Brunei also has vast tracts of virgin, uninhabited rainforest. This is mostly in the Temburong District. For this reason, Tern burong is known as the Green Jewel of Brunei.
  • There are four districts in Brunei – Brunei-Muara, Tutong, Belait and Temburong The capital, Bandar Seri Begawan is located in Brunei-Muara, the smallest of the four districts. Around 60,000 people live in this capital, which remains remarkably quiet, even at the height of rush hour, save for the occasional minor traffic clog around schools at certain times.
  • The country offers a wide variety of attractive places to be visited and experienced. The rainforest and National Parks are rich in flora and fauna. Its most magnificent mosques, water village (traditional and historic houses on stilts), rich culture and Jerudong Theme Park are among the uniqueness of Brunei Darussalam.

Brunei City Splendor Tour 3D2N

TOUR CODE: Bk-Bwn24

With Welcome Dinner & Night Tour

Tour Itinerary

DAY 1
Upon arrival at Brunei International Airport, you’ll be greet by our friendly representative which will takes you to your selected hotel for check in. You're on your own free & easy situation until night tour starts around 5pm and during this night tour you'll be serve with "Welcome Dinner".

Jame Asr Hassanal Bolkiah Mosque
Named after Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu’izzadin Waddaulah the 29th Sultan of Brunei Darussalam, was built in 1988. The mosque has been noted as an architectural masterpiece. It took its form from Turkish mosques, with its four tall minarets overlooking the grand, golden domes. Serene gardens decorate the landscape, with fountains and pools with many species of flowers and plants.

Gadong Night Market
This night market open all year round from 4pm-11pm. It is nice place to experience local food choices from grilled chicken, satay, fish, traditional malay food and pancakes, fresh drinking, western fastfood and many more.

Istana Nurul Iman
Istana Nurul Iman was included in the Guinness Book of Records as the world's largest living residence of a state head. it is the biggest palace and royal residence of the world. This massive royal dwelling is several times larger than the Palace of Versailles and the Buckingham Palace. We'll stop here for taking photo at the main entrance. (D)


DAY 2
Meet at Hotel Lobby around 9:00am for breakfast then proceed for Bandar Seri Begawan splendor tour.

Royal Regalia Museum
In true cult of personality style, the building – truthfully, more of a museum – houses exhibits to illustrate the important up bringing, education, marriage, travels, coronation and subsequent rule of the current Bruneian head of state. Inside, all belongings, including cameras must be left at the counter in order to enter and enjoy the chronology of the Sultan’s life. There are replicas of His throne, various crowns, gowns, weapons and splendid examples of tributes offered to the Sultan. Gifts of elaborate crystal, jade, ivory, and silver, to name a few.

Maritime Museum
The Brunei Darussalam Maritime Museum was opened in March, 2015. It is located on the banks of the Brunei River, where the ancient city of Brunei was situated from the 14th to 17th centuries. Within three different galleries, the exhibition demonstrates the Sultanate’s role as a centre of flourishing trade in ancient times. A shipwreck found in 1997 with various artefacts, mostly porcelain, is exhibited, as well as objects found in the archaeological site of Kota Batu, which was the centre of trade from the 14th to the 17th centuries.

Malay Technology Museum
The museum actually exhibits the old technology of the Malays especially the Bruneian Malays. featuring how things were done in ancient times, there are displays in boatmaking, fishing, metalworking and goldsmithing. The museum has 3 exhibition halls:
• Water Village Traditional House Gallery showing the architectural styles of Kampong Ayer houses in the old days.
• Water Village Traditional Technology Gallery which depicts the many industries found at Kampong Ayer.
• Inland Traditional Technology Gallery which features the technology of the inland people.

Kampong Ayer
Kampong Ayer has more than enough uniqueness and history about it to be considered separately. Meaning “water village”, Kampong Ayer is built on stilts above the Brunei river. More than 30,000 people inhabit Kampong Ayer, the largest water settlement in Southeast Asia, and travel about by boat or the extensive network of wooden walkways, footbridges, and boardwalks. Tour starts by taking a boat ride on the local "Water Taxi" on the Brunei River, visit to one of the houses built on stilts where local cakes and tea will be served. (B/L/D)


DAY 3
Breakfast at your hotel before free & easy session until transfer to Brunei International airport.


Tour packages inclusion
1. Guide fees
2. Accomodation - 2 Night
3. Lunch - Breakfast - Dinner
4. Transportation

Tour packages exclusion
1. Tipping
2. Travel Insurance
3. Beverages and items not mentioned.


Trip Requirement
• own drinking bottle and first aid kit.

Rates are based on per person basis.
* All rates are valid till 31 December 2019

Package rate's are depending on your chosen accommodation. All rates are based on per person,
please click the price to ADD TO CART and changes the quantity number to add multiple traveller.

ACCOMMODATION RATING BED SIZERATES
Palm Garden Hotel3 Startwin/triple$257
Trader Inn HotelEconomytwin/triple$227
Le Gallery SuiteEconomytwin/triple$213
AE Backpacker HostelBudget (bunk bed)twin/triple$194

Brunei Splendor Tour 4D3N

TOUR CODE: Bk-Bwn25

With Welcome Dinner & Night Tour

Tour Itinerary

DAY 1
Upon arrival at Brunei International Airport, you’ll be greet by our friendly representative which will takes you to your selected hotel for check in. You're on your own free & easy situation until night tour starts around 5pm and during this night tour you'll be serve with "Welcome Dinner".

Jame Asr Hassanal Bolkiah Mosque
Named after Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu’izzadin Waddaulah the 29th Sultan of Brunei Darussalam, was built in 1988. The mosque has been noted as an architectural masterpiece. It took its form from Turkish mosques, with its four tall minarets overlooking the grand, golden domes. Serene gardens decorate the landscape, with fountains and pools with many species of flowers and plants.

Gadong Night Market
This night market open all year round from 4pm-11pm. It is nice place to experience local food choices from grilled chicken, satay, fish, traditional malay food and pancakes, fresh drinking, western fastfood and many more.

Istana Nurul Iman
Istana Nurul Iman was included in the Guinness Book of Records as the world's largest living residence of a state head. it is the biggest palace and royal residence of the world. This massive royal dwelling is several times larger than the Palace of Versailles and the Buckingham Palace. We'll stop here for taking photo at the main entrance. (D)


DAY 2
Meet at Hotel Lobby around 9:00am for breakfast then proceed for Bandar Seri Begawan splendor tour.

Royal Regalia Museum
In true cult of personality style, the building – truthfully, more of a museum – houses exhibits to illustrate the important up bringing, education, marriage, travels, coronation and subsequent rule of the current Bruneian head of state. Inside, all belongings, including cameras must be left at the counter in order to enter and enjoy the chronology of the Sultan’s life. There are replicas of His throne, various crowns, gowns, weapons and splendid examples of tributes offered to the Sultan. Gifts of elaborate crystal, jade, ivory, and silver, to name a few.

Maritime Museum
The Brunei Darussalam Maritime Museum was opened in March, 2015. It is located on the banks of the Brunei River, where the ancient city of Brunei was situated from the 14th to 17th centuries. Within three different galleries, the exhibition demonstrates the Sultanate’s role as a centre of flourishing trade in ancient times. A shipwreck found in 1997 with various artefacts, mostly porcelain, is exhibited, as well as objects found in the archaeological site of Kota Batu, which was the centre of trade from the 14th to the 17th centuries.

Malay Technology Museum
The museum actually exhibits the old technology of the Malays especially the Bruneian Malays. featuring how things were done in ancient times, there are displays in boatmaking, fishing, metalworking and goldsmithing. The museum has 3 exhibition halls:
• Water Village Traditional House Gallery showing the architectural styles of Kampong Ayer houses in the old days.
• Water Village Traditional Technology Gallery which depicts the many industries found at Kampong Ayer.
• Inland Traditional Technology Gallery which features the technology of the inland people.

Kampong Ayer
Kampong Ayer has more than enough uniqueness and history about it to be considered separately. Meaning “water village”, Kampong Ayer is built on stilts above the Brunei river. More than 30,000 people inhabit Kampong Ayer, the largest water settlement in Southeast Asia, and travel about by boat or the extensive network of wooden walkways, footbridges, and boardwalks. Tour starts by taking a boat ride on the local "Water Taxi" on the Brunei River, visit to one of the houses built on stilts where local cakes and tea will be served. (B/L/D)


DAY 3
After breakfast at hotel than proceed with one of the selected days tour as below;
A) Brunei Oil Field Industrial Tour (Located in Belait district)
Tours start at 9.00am
Duration: 6 hours

B) Brunei Wilderness Temburong Tour (Canopy walkways, River tubing & many more..)
Tours start at 7.30am
Duration: 7 hours

After the tours end, transfer back to your hotel and dinner will be at local restaurant with hotel transfer. (B/L/D)


DAY 4
Breakfast at your hotel before free & easy session until transfer to Brunei International airport. (B)


Tour packages inclusion
1. Guide fees
2. Accomodation - 2 Night
3. Lunch - Breakfast - Dinner
4. Transportation

Tour packages exclusion
1. Tipping
2. Travel Insurance
3. Beverages and items not mentioned.


Trip Requirement
• own drinking bottle and first aid kit.

Rates are based on per person basis.
* All rates are valid till 31 December 2019

Package rate's are depending on your chosen accommodation. All rates are based on per person,
please click the price to ADD TO CART and changes the quantity number to add multiple traveller.

ACCOMMODATION RATING BED SIZERATES
Grand City Hotel3 Startwin/triple$390
Palm Garden Hotel3 Startwin/triple$338
Trader Inn HotelEconomytwin/triple$330
Le Gallery SuiteEconomytwin/triple$315
AE Backpacker HostelBudget (bunk bed)twin/triple$305

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