Visit Tutong District

The Tutong District is a beautiful region of Brunei located on the northern coast of the South China Sea. It is bordered by Sarawak, Malaysia to the north and east and Limbang, Sarawak to the south. The district has many attractions that make it one of the most popular tourist destinations in Brunei.

The Tutong River is a great spot for freshwater fishing or simply enjoying its tranquil environment. Other places worth visiting in Tutong include Pulau Selirong, an 18-hectare island with plenty of wildlife; Pengkalan Sibabau Batu Apoi National Park, an important conservation site for birds; and Tasek Merimbun Heritage Park, which houses traditional Malay longhouses and other historic monuments from ancient times.

Tutong District has an interesting history as well. It was the birthplace of Sultan Abdul Hakim who founded Brunei's first Islamic dynasty in 1408 making it very significant in terms of religious heritage. There are also numerous archaeological sites scattered throughout Tutong that offer insight into how this area has evolved over time.

Cities in Tutong District