Out and About
PERHAPS ONE OF the most striking things that you will notice on a trip to Brunei is the sheer volume of large and equally beautiful mosques that will surround you. However, here you will find something for everyone, with the ability to explore bustling mosques, tranquil towns as well as vast expanses of untouched forest.
Depending on the amount of time you have to spare in the country, there are various day and half day trips in place for you to explore wonders such as Ulu Temburong National Park. Or if you are interested in discovering more about the splendours on offer in the various ornate mosques, there are also a wide array of tours on offer.
With alcohol banned in the country, restaurants have taken a precedent in providing culinary treats for the country’s residents and guests. Bandar Seri Begawan in particular has become a hub for a plethora of different restaurant styels, including Kaizen Sushi which will provide you with an experience not to be forgotten. It will provide you with a relaxed atmosphere at the end of a long day, also providing the option of take-out if you would rather spend the evening relaxing in your hotel.
Depending on where you will be based during your trip, Brunei provides an excellent selection of hotels in each of the country’s heavily populated business areas. One of the most popular is the Radisson Hotel - located centrally in the capital - which provides exceptional service, especially when on a business trip where you can make the most of the hotel's business centre.
The vast majority of hotels are located just a short drive from Brunei International Airport, enabling you to make the most of your time in the country.
Ulu Temburong National Park