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Not Stuck but Blessed

Insiders Guide -

Passengers having a Long Transit Gap Between another isn't such a Bad thing, i always say 'think positive' - dont think that your stuck there, but this that your blessed there. :)

Passengers who faced these problems are mostly coming from parts of Australia, London/Dubai and New Zealand. you may have more than 8hours of time and this is what you can do, im planing your whole day to spend in Brunei.

Nature Lovers
If you love natures, visit the ulu ulu temburong national park which is located at the rainforest. Enjoy a short trekking and climb up the canopy walk, visit the ulu ulu resort which is a three star resort located in the middle of the forest. you need to take a boat from the jetty at bandar and reach temburong district, after that you need a ride to find another port to get a water boat to the resort and trekking place. There are also package tour available for this trip for 7hours including lunch in the resort itself. for more information just message me.
For nature lovers, that's one of the best place to visit as you will be able to witness thousand of different species founded at the mangrove rainforest.

Probosics Monkey
the probosics monkeys (largest monkey in the world that do not eat BANANA) if you do your research deep enough, these monkeys are actually an endangered animal and they only survived in Borneo island. So, these animals are strictly protected in Brunei and to see these animals it's going to be in the WILD. you can take a water boat ride from the city and asked the water taxi driver to drive you there.

Spend your time exploring the city for as short as 4hours you will be able to visit all the highlights in the city. There are some good deals of packages tour to be bought in the airport itself, and by the next post i will explain the Free transit tour provided by the airlines, as well as most of the packages tour that you will be able to join. as well as the transit Visas

so stay tune, im a new blogger here so please your comments are very much appreciated to provide you any information you need.

Posted by behindthelens 07:14 Archived in Brunei Tagged nature trekking ulu walk city tour visa canopy lover brunei temburong

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