Brunei? Can we find out romantic spots in Brunei? Yes, of course and some of the places are definitely worth visiting. Brunei is a small country located on Borneo Island and is surrounded by Malaysia and the South China Sea. The nation is famous for its perfect beaches and thrilling biodiverse rainforest. The capital of the nation is Bandar Seri Begawan which serves as the home of the holy Jame’Asr Hassanil Bolkiah mosque. Also, the ruling sultan’s residence, Istana Nurul Iman is also situated in the capital only. But, don’t get confused and assume Brunei to be only a holy place. It is indeed a getaway from the hectic world for all the hopeless romantics out there.
Let’s know about the Most romantic places in Brunei
Bandar Seri Begawan
The capital of this oil-rich tiny nation, Bandar Seri Begawan is one of the most famous places in Brunei. Why? Obviously because of Southeast Asia’s two of the most stunning mosques and the spectacular floating Village of Brunei River. Things to do in Bandar Seri Begawan Brunei include strolling the small city centers, taking some IG feed worthy pictures of Kampong Ayer and obviously enjoy the lifestyle of the cleanest city of Borneo.
Brunei’s Green Jewels
Thanks to the oil reserves of Brunei, the country’s rainforests remain unaffected by deforestation. One example of it is Brunei’s Ulu Temburong National Park. This makes it Brunei’s one of the most amazing tourist places for couples. The Park’s ancient old trees soar in the air joined by beautiful canopy walks offering a magnificent view filled with steamy jungle, hidden waterfalls and obviously natural pools. Now prove us wrong when we say the rainforest are Brunei’s one of the most beautiful place. So what are you waiting for? Jot it down in your ‘places to see in Brunei’ list now!
Probably the most romantic spot of Brunei in our list of most romantic places in Brunei! Located at a time gap of 30 minutes from Bandar Seri Begawan, Muara Beach is the home to golden sand and amazing view. The beach’s palm tree-lined coast hugs the blue South China Sea. It is indeed one of the must visit places in Brunei for couples because of the multi-shaded tropical sunset it gives to its visitors.
One of the best honeymoon destinations in Brunei is Luagan Lalak. Why? Because of its glorious sunrise it is worth watching and is famous worldwide. Situated near Labi Forest Reserve, Luagan Lalak lies on the west of Bandar Seri Begawan and has series of boardwalks that spans over the freshwater surface. The spot is more than an hour by car from Bandar Seri Begawan and trusts us when we say it is a spectacular sight to witness. It is indeed one of the most romantic places in Brunei.
Imagine being in a small boat in the middle of a crystal shiny river with your spouse, heading all the way to the other end to buy for her some Brunei jewellery! Romantic, isn’t it? Another couple only places in Brunei is the local market of Bandar Seri Begawan called Tamu Kianggeh. The only way to reach to the market is by crossing the river with the help of a boat. A great place to pamper the little shopper inside you, this ancient market of the capital offers many amazing things to shop in Brunei like some local fruit and veggies, beautiful cultural specific jewellery and of course a delicious lunch is B$1 only!
Brunei is the most happening yet underrated country of the South-East Asian island Borneo. The country beholds many stunning beaches, rainforests and decor itself with its diversified yet ethnic culture. Thanks to the country’s wildlife and coastline, Borneo is one of the most happening honeymoon destinations of Brunei. The country offers its lovely visitors the rare chance to see the gorgeous members of the ape family, orangutans. Moreover, lifetime experience of a rainforest adventure. No doubt, Brunei holds in it bag some of the most romantic and elegant locations for that gushy-mushy love vibes but for couples who have their own definition of love, Brunei is the savior. Amongst those uncountable things you can do in Brunei while you are on your honeymoon without going that ‘KJO’ style, here we list down a few –
Go say ‘Hi’ to Orangutans – Your trip to Brunei and Borneo is incomplete if you haven’t experienced the cuteness of Orangutans in the islands natural habitats.
A Romantic Canopy Walk – Okay! We know it a canopy walk and not coordination of steps in the park under the stars, but it is still romantic, at least for some couples.
Do Oo La La in Hot Springs – Okay not literally though! The country is the home to some of the most relaxing and rejuvenating natural hot springs that will leave you refreshed after a long journey and will add on some healthy foreign minerals in your body.
Hey Ho! Diving We Go! – As Brunei is an island country, it is but obvious that the place holds some majestic sights under the water. So awaken the ‘Dora the Explorer’ within you and experience the blue paradise.