Rizqun International Hotel
Travel Blogs from Bandar Seri Begawan
... monkeys, a beautiful mosque. We went to the National Park for a day, where we had to travel in a long boat across rapids, up 1000 steps, to a canopy walk built out of aluminium scaffolding(again soooo far out of my comfort zone) . Breathtaking 360 deg. views, well worth the effort. We also got to go inside a long house and meet some of the inhabitants, which was also very special. We ate most nights in the local night food markets. One day we tried the local speciality dish ...
... planet. I stood in the bus station for an hour waiting for the bus. There is no schedule times so I just had to sit and wait. After an hour I gave up because time was creeping on and I had to go to the airport in a few hours. I was annoyed that I couldn't go there, but it's another reason to come back to Brunei. For my last few hours in BSB I just took a walk around the city checking out a few little things that I wasn't that fussed about seeing. In the end I just ...
... Miri overnight and then visit Niah Caves on Friday ( which is one of Lisa's weekend days) and then return in time for her to go to work on Saturday.
While Lisa was at work I put together a picnic of sandwiches and papaya, and we headed off for KB as soon as possible. We stopped along the way for our picnic, and Lisa promised me a beautiful place where the reflection of the clouds in the sky were mirrored on the still waters of the ...
... members of the tribe of pure blood. Their longhouse is now a mixed community of many smaller tribes and of mixed blood from intermarriage. They continue to eke out an existence and are in the process of completing a new longhouse, without the aid of the government.
We spend a bit of time exploring the area around the Longhouse. There is a small church, still decorated ...
... and leave but I felt rude refusing his offer and just went with the flow. He showed me the shell oil and gas discovery center, the tutong beach beach which is famous for it's pure white sands. The 2 lane road is sandwiched between ocean and beach to the right and a fresh water river to the left. If I were to sit in a boat on the river I could throw a stone into the ocean. It was pretty cool. From there we took a "shortcut" through a village. The village was flooded due ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking