Brunei Collage


"The Kingdom Of Unexpected Treasures"

Nestled in between the two Malaysian states of Sabah and Sarawak lies the Sultanate of Brunei. It’s a gas and oil rich country leaving about 70% of its area still covered by pristine forest. It is consistently in the top 10 countries with the world’s cleanest air.

It’s an interesting place well worth a visit. The capital is the modern city of Bandar Seri Begawan. Here you will find the impressive Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque as well as the world’s biggest water village.

The biggest treasure of this tiny country however is Temburong National Park. It lies in an area of pristine rainforest and only a small part is accessible to tourists leaving the remainder untouched.

“Ulu” in Malay means remote or far-away and the Ulu Ulu Resort offers its guests a comfortable, nature based stay in Brunei’s only National Park.

Local longboat owners who expertly navigate the Temburong river, take guests to this remote location where a warm welcome awaits.
Nature based activities, freshly prepared food and the clean air of Brunei’s rainforest are the perfect introduction to Borneo.
Be amazed by the 360 degree view from the canopy tower, trek through the forest surrounding the resort and tube down the Temburong river to cool off.

Brunei Water Village

1/2 Day Tour – 4 hours

Water Village & Proboscis Monkies

Bandar Seri Begawan

From $ 127 per person

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Day tour – 7 hours

Brunei Heritage Tour

Bandar Seri Begawan

From $ 132 per person

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Day Tour

Chasing Waterfalls

Teraja Region

From $ 128 per person

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Day Tour


 Temburong National Park

From $ 180 per person

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