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‘Sustainable and profitable’: Eco-tourism opens opportunities in Brunei jungle

TEMBURONG, Brunei: Running a successful business and conserving nature are not always two things that go hand in hand. In the middle of Brunei’s lush and pristine jungle, eco-tourism is bringing economic opportunities for local people, long struggling to find a path to prosperity.

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Bandar Half Day

A half day tour introducing you to the symbols of Brunei wealth, faith and identity. Some of the highlights are Royal Regalia, Jame Asr’ Hassanil Mosque and the Royal Palace.

Complete Rainforest Experience (3D2N)

This complete rainforest experience brings you the best of what the area has to offer. Mesmerizing scenery at the Canopy walk, waterfall, trekking at your own pace and the variety of species the guide will tell you about.

Ulu Temburong National Park Canopy Walk (Day Trip)

Deep into the lush rainforest of Temburong, standing on the 50 meter tall Canopy viewing tower, you will be mesmerized by the mountainous horizon. The longboat will make a stop by the waterfall for you to enjoy a swim.

Proboscis Monkey River Safari

The mangroves harbor a various selection of wildlife, such as mangrove cat snakes, crocodiles, monitor lizards and the proboscis monkey. Highlights of this packed day tour will be the Water Village, Royal Palace and Mangrove Forest.

Brunei Essentials Full Day & Water Village

A full day tour discovering the capital of one of the last independent sultanates in the world. Some of the highlights are Tamu morning market, photo stops at Royal Palace and Ali Saifuddien Mosque and visit a water village home.

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Brunei is the perfect place for tree huggers but watch out for the mosquito swarms!

Aram Pan - 2017Singapore

I was only in Brunei for 2 days and I decided to this trip. The family who run the company are all lovely and very involved in the day to day running. Our local guide Seha was very friendly and so were the rest of the people at sumbling eco village. The first day we were picked up and taken to the jetty where we got a boat and then a bus to the village. We went by boat to the canopy walkway and then onto the waterfall. Then back for lunch and a free afternoon to chill. I helped to make supper, bamboo chicken, which was delicious! Unfortunately the rain stopped us from our night walk and sunrise walk but that was ok. The next morning we walked in the rainforest with 5 local guides and learnt lots about some of the plants. Really enjoyed this trip although it is rather pricey!

Hammy - 2018North West England, United Kingdom

I had a limted one of weekend in the capital and stayed at the Raddison.
I did the capital tour in the evening
Full day tour and water village the Saturday
Canopy walk on the Sunday
There was a bit of overlap on the two city tours but both were fantastic
Picked up and dropped off at the hotel as promised
Tour guides Brian and Eric were top notch - Brian esp entertaining
The Canopy tour was physically demanding but well worth it , fantastic
A highly recommended tour company - faultless

Greg B. - 2018Derby, England, United Kingdom

I was so excited about doing this trip with this company due to their great reviews and it was also our 1st jungle trip on arrival in Borneo but it ended up being just OK, and after doing other trips in Malaysia that were far better (better organised and more interested guides and far cheaper) we think it was way overpriced and overrated. But of course it wasn't all just OK because Ulu Temberong National Park is a must visit that has to be visited with a guide only so let me explain the good and the not so good. They picked us up a bit late, no big deal but we then were taken to the pier to get the boat only to find out we had to wait for the public boat to fill before we would go which meant we waited nearly an hour (at the price we were paying I would have expected them to have their own boat so as not to waste time waiting) and it would have been dirt cheap to have just payed what the locals paid for that boat-ride up the river. Our guide that met us was very sweet and friendly, spoke great english but we weren't given any information on the environment, wildlife, plantlife on the journey or walk in to the canopy walk. Our boat-ride from Sumbling village was fun, the canopy walk was cool (we weren't lucky enough to see any wildlife except for 1large bird that our guide couldn't tell us what it was) but the views were awesome and we had a lovely lunch at Sumbling Village before returning. So as I said it was still a good trip, we just felt it was very expensive and maybe had there been more guests (it was just myself and my husband from New Zealand and a family from Korea) there may have been a more lively atmosphere and more information given.

Sharne C. - 2018Christchurch, New Zealand

A beautiful place and strategically located right in the edge of the untouch rainforest of Temburong in Negara Brunei Darussalam. It is assessible by car and is within a short walking distance from the main road. The facilities are the best as compare to any trekking hut I ever been ! For a more adventurous trekker , one can cross the river by boat or walk across it and trek up to Bukit Lutut and camp at Mutong river upstream... The experience of the early morning sun in the midst of the jungle really take away a moment of a stressful heavy traffic and polluted environment of a big city ! The place will sure give a different perspective to a city folk who wish to seek some experience of peace and tranquility.....

Voon Choon Leong - 2014Brunei Darussalam, Kuala Belait

Brunei is a different Place: Ruled by a Sovereign sultan, the richest man in the world with a private Collection of more than 7000 cars (incl 450 Ferraris!). And the Sultan reminds everyone of who is in charge through lots of imposing and impressive sights: A mega-large mosque that cost $4 billion With a golden dome, Palaces for everyone to see for himself and his Family, museums of Crown regalia, royal horse stables, monuments to celebrate the Sultan's rule, etc, etc. What is Worth to see in Brunei is the Water Village where real People live, the river, and the tropical jungle along the river. As Brunei has lots of oil Revenues, they have kept the Rainforest and jungle much more intact than Indonesia and Malaysia that to a large extent have replaced rain forest With palm oil plantations. You easily see all sights of Brunei in a day - no reason to stay longer unless you want to admire more of the Sultan's achievements.

Wilhelmm - 2018Oslo, Norway

I didn't really know what to expect of my short visit to Brunei. I signed up for the 5 hour tour with borneoguide.com, and my guide for the day (Faisal), was excellent.

He provided me with loads of information, his English was great, and he was very open to answering questions. I obviously have no experience with the other companies, but would highly recommend this guide. He was early showing up the hotel, great at spotting wildlife during the mangrove tour, and genuinely friendly and wanted to ensure I enjoyed. He also seemed to know everyone in Brunei, and would stop and chat and say hello.

Great experience.

I was on my own, so had to book a solo tour, and it was expensive however.

Flapster - 2018Hong Kong, China

The SEV team was helpful, friendly, knowledgeable and most of all very hospitable to us. Highly recommend having them as tour guide / host. The food was excellent and the tour itself was worth the trip. You can't go wrong by booking with SEV!

Wenday Han - 2015Brunei Darussalam

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