Visit Temburong District

The Temburong District is the easternmost district in Brunei, located on the Malaysian border. It covers an area of approximately 1,140 square kilometers and is one of the most remote and least populated districts in Brunei. The main industry here is logging, but there are plenty of natural attractions for visitors to explore.

The Ulu Temburong National Park is a great destination for nature lovers. Here, you can take a canopy walk through the jungle rainforest and observe exotic wildlife like gibbons and hornbills up close. For those looking for something more daring, there's white-water rafting on the nearby Temburong River or an exhilarating climb up Bukit Patoi hill with stunning views over the district below.

Historically, this area was once home to Iskandar Muda, a famous 16th century pirate who based his operations here as he terrorized shipping vessels in this part of Southeast Asia. Nowadays it's much more peaceful place and makes a great getaway from Brunei's larger cities like Bandar Seri Begawan if you're looking to get away from it all!

Other places in Temburong District

Ulu Temburong National Park

Cities in Temburong District