If you would describe Ulu Temburong National Park in one word, it’s “untouched”. Located in the unspoiled district of Temburong, the National Park is one of the best preserved and most loved rainforest reserves in Brunei. The park is teeming with a diversity of wildlife but visitors have observed that the animals in this park are extremely shy, and often visitors leave disappointed.
The Temburong District is found in the easternmost part of Brunei that is separated from the mainland by the Malaysian state of Sarawak. In other words, Brunei is made up two land masses – the mainland to the west where the capital city and major provinces [Read more…]