Brunei Darussalam

Travel Brunei Booklet Your Guide to Exploring the Sultanate

Increase in commercial photography and travel assignments made 2010 one of my busiest years to date. Adding to this the ensuing work of 2011 and 2012 you may be surprised to find me just recently posting pictures from two years back. I have had the pleasure of working with CHMP Media in selecting images from my archives and also photographing new ones for the official TRAVEL BRUNEI booklet which also includes pictures from a number of contributors.

Undiscovered. Unusual. Unexpected. One of the great joys of traveling to Brunei Darussalam is experiencing the unexpected. While our neighbor are exposed to mass tourism, Brunei remains largely undiscovered. The local culture is not diluted and the pace of life is blessedly slow. The peace and tranquility is favored by the many expats who call it home. For tourists on their journey through Asia, it makes a mellow alternative from bustling cities like Kuala Lumpur and Singapore. From urban experiences to national parks and sailing to underwater adventures, discover the beautiful and soulful side of this tiny Sultanate all within your holiday. And if you want to further indulge your wanderlust, other parts of Borneo are waiting to be discovered, all just a hop away from Bandar Seri Begawan.

Published images include selections from the following pages:
Brunei 5 Must Dos | An Australian in the Bruneian Outback | A resort in the Mist | An Eye Over Temburong

Contents of Travel Brunei booklet organised into 10 categories.
Alley Frame Maker — Not just a framer, they feature paintings by promising local artists. They also stock posters, vintage maps and rare books on Borneo.
Rainforest Gallery — Conducts arts/crafts classes for kids and adults. Seen above is a painting done entirely with Brunei soil. Click on photo to see more pictures from Rainforest Gallery including other soil paintings.
Euroclassic — stocks an eclectic collection of homeware and gifts brought in from around the world.
Crimson Square owner, Sha, at their outlet at the Empire Hotel & Country Club.
Chan Ein Hong — This watch shop offers many of the coveted brands. Choose from Breitling, Cartier, Rolex, Tudor, Omega and Montblanc watches and accessories.
Ethnic basket from Penangi De’Mutiara Tourist Square in Gadong. Click on photo to see their other product offering.
Kain tenunan (woven fabrics) from Perushaan Aiman
An aerial view of the Ulu Ulu Resort and a Caucasian visitor with his guide on the Canopy walkway in Temburong National Park

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