Unlike the modern, bustling metropolises of Southeast Asia, Bandar Seri Begawan is like a soothing balm to the senses. Quiet and unassuming, this capital of an oil-rich state does not believe in pomp and splendor like its other Gulf counter-parts...
Rich in natural resources and biodiversity, Brunei attracts nature-lovers and other adventurous tourists who are keen on experiencing natural hideouts off the beaten path. A fast-rising hub of ecotourism and gateway to the lush Borneo, Brunei offers a diverse range of natural activities including trekking, cycling, bird-watching and biking.
GREAT FOR: Nature, Adventure, Culture
WHEN TO GO: Brunei enjoys a distinctly tropical climate with year-round hot weather and high levels of humidity. The best time to visit is June to September. Uniquely for the region, Brunei has two monsoon seasons with heavy rainfall from October to February and from May to June.