The Sultanate of Brunei is wedged in between the two East Malaysian states of Sarawak and Sabah, with its northern shore facing the South China Sea. Brunei is a land of contrasts, especially the capital, Bandar Seri Begawan. The famous Kampung Ayer, a collection of houses, shops, schools and clinics, is perched on stilts in the Brunei River. Located opposite this water village in the centre of town are speculator mosques and the world’s largest royal palace. The eastern part of Brunei is still largely covered by pristine rainforest. With its modern airport and direct flights from Australia, Europe and Asia, Brunei is increasingly serving as a gateway to north Borneo. Our tours and excursions are designed to get the best out of what Brunei has to offer. Whether it is a trip to a water village; trekking through the rainforest at Ulu Temburong National Park; or cruising the mangroves in search of Proboscis monkeys; our experienced local guides will connect you with Brunei, its people and the natural features of the “Abode of Peace”. If you find that none of the packages on our website fit into your itinerary, we can custom tailor tours to your needs.