Baitul Wajihah Homestay

No.16, Simpang 165, Bandar Seri Begawan, BG2121, Brunei | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bandar Seri Begawan

A city that never wakes up

A travel blog entry by adamwilson4


... I managed I get some nice photos of two monkeys and a baby up on the branches. I was so happy that we managed to see them in the wild. By this point it was the end of the tour. The pat dropped me off right near the shopping mall. Before leaving Danny I asked him where I could get Nesi Lamak from. My friends girl is from Brunei so she said its one for the most popular dishes in Brunei. I had to give it a go. Danny told me just the place to get it. He also jotted down a ...

Brunei, Sarawak, Bangkok and Cradley!

A travel blog entry by sueblueginger


... to write it on anything. In an inspired moment I texted Mart, my neighbour in Brunei in the 80's , who now lives ( amazingly!) near Hereford. They must have been just getting up in the morning in the U.K. her husband Dave got onto Google Earth and the information came back - Tasek Gardens, Seri Lambak. Amazing Dave! By that time though, we'd given up and returned home, getting stuck in the afternoon traffic ( non existent in the 80's!)

Dancing with raindrops

A travel blog entry by ecour0404


... at the top) and the local beach. The beach was interesting, the ocean acts like every other ocean I've seen but was a milky chocolate brown in colour (it reminded me of the Mekong river). It was a Sunday so there were local families out and about. Everyone was excited to see a white girl at the beach and brought gifts of food and drink in exchange for taking their pictures with me. Frankie was thrilled! I had my first coconut drink, some sort of steamed bean, some sort ...


A travel blog entry by henryghevans

... dependent on oil; oil accounts for 90% of their exports and around 50% of their GDP. This is why the Sultan is so colossally rich and why he is able to provide free healthcare and education etc to his grateful subjects without much (any?) taxation. It is an interesting place; presumably the current situation will carry on as long as the oil keeps flowing.

Next stop, Kuala Lumpur (which is reputed to be awesome; it will be nice to be in a proper city again)!

Day 1 in Brunei

A travel blog entry by rebeccaac

... I pulled on the large double door and a little lizard tore out from where it had been sleeping in between the doors. The doors themselves were locked. A man who had been sitting in his car at the bottom of the steps watching us got out. "Museum is closed" he said, I asked when it would be open, he had a long think about it and said "umm... Maybe March?" Then he pointed across a field and said there was another museum over there. Then he drove off. The whole area ...


This hotel, located on No.16, Simpang 165, Bandar Seri Begawan, is near Matenadaran - The Museum of Ancient Manuscripts, Tsitsernakaberd, Lake Sevan, and National Art Gallery.
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