Baitul Wajihah Homestay

No.16, Simpang 165, Bandar Seri Begawan, BG2121, Brunei | Hotel
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Location

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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TripAdvisor Reviews Baitul Wajihah Homestay Bandar Seri Begawan

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Travel Blogs from Bandar Seri Begawan

Bandar Seri Begawan - Mosque - Bangar

A travel blog entry by miduck on Jun 30, 2014

I was a little bit restless and woke up a few times before properly getting up around 7 and having a shower. We ate our Milo cereals that Blake had bought previously (I had mine with tinned coconut milk- thick and horrible) and then went back to the Jame 'Asri Hassanal Bolkiah Mosque [open to foreigners 8-11] where we took some photos then left our shoes at the entrance before being allowed upstairs to look around. The architecture and finishings of ...

A city that never wakes up

A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Mar 09, 2014

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8th - 11th March I arrived really late on the 8th so instead of getting a hostel I decided to sleep at the airport to save on a nights accommodation. I found a really comfy sofa to sleep on, so I just locked all my things up and went to sleep. The following morning I got up really early to try and find a hostel. In my lonely planet book it says there are two hostels in BSB, which is wrong. There is only one now because the second is getting refurbished. I ended up getting a ...

Brunei, Sarawak, Bangkok and Cradley!

A travel blog entry by sueblueginger on Feb 26, 2014

4 comments, 54 photos




We landed at Bandar Seri Begawan, capital of Brunei at 4pm in the afternoon. The Immigration officer asked me , "Have you been to Brunei before?"
" Yes," I answered, " I lived here 28 years ago!"
" Ah! Maybe changed!" he replied.
It's a small airport, so no chance of missing anyone in arrivals. But Lisa wasn't there to meet me. Never mind, maybe she's been delayed at school. Then I decided to just check the e mail ...

A perfect opportunity to explore a quiet culture.

A travel blog entry by megpep on Feb 22, 2014

... rollerblading Lots of fairy lights! Coffee as good as Australia! Tiny cop station and presence - low crime rate 30 degrees very humid Only 7 hours flight from Melb Malay Chinese and Indian Tiny airport - similar to Sunshine Coast. This and airline customer service lacking. Also their ability to deal with emergency issues efficiently River taxis arebgood natured Slums across from gold domed mosque Good drivers! ...

Dancing with raindrops

A travel blog entry by ecour0404 on Jan 20, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... in Bangkok are inspirational to The people of Malaysia. There has been murmurings that the Malays should follow suit. It was all really interesting. One thing I have discovered is you can tell a lot about a country based on it's radio commercials. Back home they are mostly consumer or entertainment based. In Malaysia 2 out of 3 are public service announcements ranging from do your homework, follow your dreams, listen to local music, don't waste time on facebook ...