The small, oil rich country of Brunei doesn’t feature high on many travellers bucket lists. This small nation, nestled in between the two Malaysian Bornean states of Sarawak and Sabah is a little bit away from the main South East Asian tourist trail, but if you are visiting Borneo its easy to combine a tripContinue reading “The Complete Guide to Travel in Brunei”
When it comes to South East Asia, well Brunei is probably the least budget friendly. This wealthy little nation has little tourism, and little need for it. But despite the lack of competition for tourism services, you can still score some pretty good deals. Budget Accommodation in Brunei Before arriving in Brunei we were visitingContinue reading “Budget Travel in Brunei”
Dan was going to Sandakan to go scuba diving in Sipadan. For non scuba divers, there is a whole lot of nothing to do in the coastal town of Sandakan. So I decided to go off on my own for a couple days (well not totally on my own, I still had the Jake withContinue reading “The Guide to Female Travel in Brunei”
We only spent one day in Bandar Seri Begawan, the capitol of Brunei, but we managed to see the majority of the cities main sights. The below seven photos are our favourite from the visit. The water village. A male proboscis monkey. The beautiful city mosque A young Proboscis monkey.
I only spent two days in tine Brunei, and if you are sticking to the capital, well that’s probably all the time you need. Brunei is a country that is gotten rich off the petroleum industry, so tourism is not one of it’s focuses. And from what I saw, there are not a lot ofContinue reading “The Child Friendly Guide to Brunei”
Brunei – a tiny country with a lot of history. Alot of travellers overlook tiny Brunei. I mean, they can be forgiven. It is sandwiched between two of the most adventure packed states of Sarawak and Sabah. Brunei used to be a very powerful nation back in it’s day, but over time the sultanate lostContinue reading “24 Hours in Brunei”
If you want to travel overland between Brunei and Kota Kinabalu in Sabah you have two options. Both options will take you all day. Option 1 is a bus, a ferry and then another ferry. Option 2 is a direct bus. Now option 2 might sound like the no brainer, but I there are actuallyContinue reading “Overland Travel – The Brunei to Kota Kinabalu Ferry”