Brunei Tourism Comes Calling
Yes, when Brunei, the Royal Land, comes calling, you should give Brunei Tourism a nod and just go ahead with this lovely invitation. Go to this place and enjoy all the tours that Brunei Tourism offers you.
You have a full-day tour of Seri Begawan and a tour of the village sailing in the river. The tour lasts for six hours, and you would be asked to wait until around 8 in the morning and then be dropped off at your hotel.
As you are picked up from the hotel, you will go to the morning market and then have a look at the Brunei Museum. The Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque comes next in line, and then you have the Mosque of Hassanal Bolkiah.
There is a shop for photography at the entry point of the biggest palace in the world, which is the Istana Nurul Iman. Then you will have lunch and then go to see the Royal Regalia Museum, which has existed since 1992. Here you would see all the royal memoirs, and then you would have the best experience of the tour—the ride on the boat. The water village of Malay is a major attraction in Brunei tourism.
Brunei Museum Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque
If you are not a Muslim, then you will not be allowed to get entry into the mosques if it is a Thursday or Friday.
Then you have the safari in the mangrove areas, where you find the greatest endangered Proboscis monkey in the Brunei region. Brunei Tourism shows you this safari and takes you to the local houses of the water village of Malay. Here, you would be given refreshments. The lovely locales and the scenic splendor completely take you in, and you will be happy you decided to go on this tour.
Then you have another tour that takes you around the city and then takes you on this water safari. Here again, you would be given a short tour of the city, and you would also have the unique experience of going on a boat ride, with the scenery beckoning you for more.
The tours are many, and you can choose your favorites. The places to see around are the Brunei Museum, the Royal Regalia Building, the Royal Ceremonial Hall, which is also known as the Lapau, the Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque, the Brunei History Center, and the Malay Technology Museum. The place is worth a visit for its history, architecture, grandeur, and splendor.
The Royal Regalia Building Malay Technology Museum
The international airport serves the area of Bandar Seri Begawan, and the entire tourism of Brunei rests on the services of this airport, which is located around 11 km from the main town. The Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Highway connects the city with the airport.
Brunei tourism also offers you the best shopping here, and the malls here are huge and luxurious. The Yayasan Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah complex in this part of the world is a lovely example of the architectural elegance Brunei is famous for.