K.H. Soon Resthouse
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I will admit that I decided to head to the tiny Islamic country of Brunei for completely superficial reasons; to get that passport stamp and cross another country off my list. I figured I am never going to make a special trip around this world to visit Brunei so I should head there while I have the chance ( much the same thought process as …
Von KK geht es mit der Fähre (eigentlich 2) über Pulau Labuan (eine zollfreie Insel vor Borneo, oft auch das "Las Vegas Südostasiens" gennant) nach Bandar Seri Begawan, der Hauptstadt Brunei Darussalams. Die Fahrt mit den Fähren (vor allem der ersten) ist sehr schaukelig und dreckig (vor allem mit der zweiten), daher ist es kein Wunder, dass viele …
The island of Borneo is made up of three countries - Malaysia (states of Sabah and Sarawak), Indonesia (Kalimantan) and Brunei. Brunei sits between Sabah and Sarawak and to pass between the two, you can either fly (done quite a lot of that recently), or travel overland, through Brunei - so that's what I'm going to attempt to do!
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Auckland Airport at 2 a.m. with only one flight leaving is dead. Nothing apart from the money changer and a pinball machine are open and the gates to customs are closed. On our last flight out of NZ we arrived with 10 minutes till take off and couldn't buy any duty free, this time we have hours to spare and no duty …
We came to Brunei in order to renew our Malaysian visa so we could attend Hari Raya with our Malay friends in one month. If you're like me then you have probably never heard of this tiny country called Brunei. Sandwiched between the Malaysian Borneo state of Sarawak, this is one of …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsK.H. Soon Resthouse Bandar Seri Begawan
Cheap by Brunei standards and you got what you paid for.
Only bonus is that it is near the bus station and round the corner from where you catch the bus to Miri.
With a lick of paint and a few home comforts (like a clean bathroom) would drastically improve this place. The large stark rooms need the odd plant and it would begin to feel more welcoming.
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