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    Accommodation In Brunei

    Blink and you might miss Brunei, which shares the island of Borneo with Malaysia and Indonesia. But don’t overlook this tiny nation—it’s big on culture, adventure and friendly locals. Hotels in Brunei (and those locals) are ready to roll out the welcome mat just as soon as you land.

    Things to Do in Brunei

    Does your promenade need some practice? Head to the pedestrian walk on the Bandar Seri Begawan waterfront. You’ll have great views of the Brunei River, the fascinating stilt villages of Kampong Ayer and the Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque, with its 44-m golden dome. If you’re up for an adventure, take a water taxi around Kampong Ayer and roam the boardwalks between the houses (don’t fall in!).

    Promenading can be tiring, so refuel at Tamu Kianggeh market, just west of the Saifuddien Mosque across the Kianggeh River. Extra fun: You can take a water taxi here as well! At the market, you’re sure to “like” the liking, marinated fish that’s a regional staple, or nasi lemak (coconut milk rice served with chicken, egg and cucumber).

    Getting To & Around Brunei

    Brunei International Airport (BWN) may be small, but it gets the job done for this country of half a million people. It’s 8 km from central Bandar Seri Begawan, and the whole country is just under 6,000 square km, so getting to Brunei hotels is a breeze. If you’re lucky enough to have a layover in neighbouring Malaysia’s capital, book Kuala Lumpur hotels too, and really make your holiday count.

    If you want your mates to say “Where?” when you tell them your holiday plans, book a Brunei hotel with Wotif and get ready to teach them a geography lesson. Round out your resume with Kuala Lumpur holiday packages and you’ll be the envy of Southeast Asia backpackers worldwide.


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    Garden Sentral Hotel

    3rd Floor, Sentral Shopping Centre, Kuala Belait - Map
    Situated in Kuala Belait, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Kuala Belait Mosque, Kuala Belait Boat Club, and Silver Jubilee …More

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    Radisson Hotel Brunei Darussalam

    Jalan Tasek, Bandar Seri Begawan - Map
    4.5 out of 5 (239 reviews)
    This family-friendly Bandar Seri Begawan hotel is located near the airport, within a 10-minute walk of Royal Regalia Museum …More
    The Brunei Hotel - Bandar Seri Begawan Hotels

    The Brunei Hotel

    95, Jalan Pemancha, Bandar Seri Begawan - Map
    "Comfortable, central to BSB. "
    As there are less than 40 taxis in Brunei we engaged a driver to take us to some of the points of interest away from the hotel. We walked around BSB, caught the hotel shuttle to Gadong and return. We negotiated a boat ride around the waterways and even got to see probiscus monkeys in the wild, leaping across the tree tops.
    A Traveller
    Situated in Bandar Seri Begawan, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque and Royal Regalia …More
    Jubilee Hotel - Bandar Seri Begawan Hotels

    Jubilee Hotel

    Jubilee Plaza, Jalan KG Kianggeh, Bandar Seri Begawan - Map
    "Convenient fading beauty."
    The number Wotif gave did not enable me to contact the hotel to ensure the bus met me - which it didn't. So I had to take the public bus and then walk the relatively short distance to the hotel. (The taxi was $25 and the bus $1 but as there is no 'concierge' at the airport I had to rely on local advice.) So not a good start. But when I did get to the hotel the staff were great (although strangely they said their booking had come through Expedia not Wotif). It was not mentioned on the website, but for each day you stay you get a free tour. Because of the bus mix up they gave me an extra one. However, some of these tours are to places only walking distance away but the ones I took (more distant) nonetheless they were useful - and free. The hotel is 5-6 floors but seemingly only had a handful of guests. It is still in fair shape but its best days are behind it. The room was quite adequate - the hot water and a/c worked but the carpet needed a vacuum. Overall I thought was - by expensive Brunei standards - pretty good value. On BSB generally, it is a bit of a weird place - for Asia anyway. Hardly any people in BSB city (although Gadong was a bit busier, uglier and more 'normal'). It is really clean with the sparse traffic really orderly. It is strongly Islamic e.g. no smoking in public and cigarette sales are banned, some signs only in Arabic even though the official language is Malay. And it is really expensive by Asian standards - on a par with Australian prices.
    Traveller from Melbourne
    Located in the heart of Bandar Seri Begawan, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque and …More