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- Very beautiful mosque. Great while building with golden domes and minarets In front of the mosques and artificial lake and a stone ship built inside. Very fascinating attraction in Brunei.Written 18 October 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Apart from the well-known Masjid Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin in the city centre, there is another mosque which also famous in the city. This mosque located just outside the city centre, but close to some other location like Pasar Gadong and RIPAS Hospital. Went there for Jumaat prayer, they still practicing physical distancing and preventive measure for Covid-19 even though this country hasn't any case in nearly 300 days.Written 22 February 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Very nice ro walk through, amd we saw many monkeys, water lizards and various birds. The paths are well maintained and toilets available. People outside selling food and drinks too.Written 10 February 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- If you are a history lover this is the place to visit. A stone through from the Raddison hotel , we spent almost 2 hrs learning all about Brunei and its ruling family. The items displayed go back to some 29 generations of the present Sultan. A lot to learn and see. The place is done up very plush and posh and looks like no expense has been spared to exhibit all there is, however on visiting the comfort rooms I found that the whole area has been totally neglected and does not meet up to the standard of what is being exhibited.
The doors of the toilets are so run down that they hardly close. Water on the floor, no toilet appear, soap or hand towels.
Sorry to say but really appalling to see. I hope someone will pay attention and correct this and this is meant as a positive complaint. It looks like there need to be someone checking on the hygiene of the back areas.
Please don't let me put anyone off of visiting that's only one aspect of what is a beautiful place to spend few hrs.Written 13 February 2020
- I bring my parents to this place and they love it. The place is big and the greenhouse are full of flowers, orkid and etc. All the price of decor, garden tools and etc were reasonable price (standard for the garden place here)..got cafe here too.
Recommand to visit this place. Those who dont have transport, can use hotel transport or "dart" app (like grab) to go to this place "rimba garden central"Written 28 April 2019
- Being in Bandar Seri Begawan on a weekend I happened to see the town's all three 'tamu' (market). After dinner Saturday evening at the 'Tamu Selera', which is exclusively a food market with cooked meals (open daily from 5 -pm to midnight) I then went next morning, on a Sunday, to the town's main market, the Tamu Kianggeh, named after the small nearby river of that name.
It is a good place to see what is on offer in the country, from vegetables, fruit to meat and fish. Some sell cooked food to be eaten there. Also some other items are for sale, for example basketry, which would be an item for tourists, but tourists are hardly ever seen in this town.
From here I walked to the main street, the Jalan Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin, where a 24h weekend market is held, from 6pm on Saturday till 6pm on Sunday. Here the accent is less on food than clothes, shoes and all kind of other items.
Of all the three places the most atmospheric is definitely the night market 'Tamu Selera'.Written 26 December 2019
- I really enjoyed this one-day trip. The boat ride up the Temburong River, the Jungle Canopy Walk and the all-natural "Fish Spa" were some absolute highlights. I can recommend this tour to anyone who wants to get a first impression of how an original jungle forest looks and sounds like. The Borneo Trekker team were very competent and cordial guides the whole day through. Thank you!Written 10 March 2020
- I was fortunate to book the day tour a couple of days prior as last minute seat became available. It was on the “Explore Temburong & Canopy Tower Visit” tour.
The transportation included a van (for approx 1 hour) driving across the recently opened long bridge, then a long boat once arrived at Rainforest Lodge.
Lovely setting next to the river, which was extremely high water levels, and amongst the rainforest (as the name suggests).
We were greeted with a delicious morning tea upon arrival, then set off down the river on long boat, then dropped off by the river bank for our walk.
The walk consists of 716 steps (each way), which is steep and slippery in sections, so be prepared, yet easily achievable. At the top you enjoy the amazing sights from the steel canopy walk across 4 towers & adjoining bridges. The views up that high are very impressive. Standing listening to the birds and nature was very peaceful.
We stopped by waterfalls on way back in the long boat, where you would walk amongst the falls or simply stay lower for a dip in the clear water.
Lunch was delicious of prawns, vegetable, fish, rice and cake. Then experiences the flying fox which was very fun, flying over the river below.
Overall good day tour and organised well to maximize the day.Written 30 September 2022
- The trip consists of 2 boat rides into the pristine Temburong jungle. Option to stay over night in the Sumbiling ecovillage.
We had a fantastic day and thoroughly enjoyed this almost untouched part of the world. The people taking care of us were exceptionally helpful and friendly.
We had a great day and will definitely come back!Written 1 September 2019