The story behind the revival of Brunei’s most remote settlement

There is an old Iban adage, one that holds that which is not used or practiced will rot and fade away. In Ulu Belait,...

Is this longhouse the answer to Belait’s tourism?

It might be the heart of the Sultanate's economy – but it’s no secret that Belait has struggled to lure international visitors outside the...

Pasar Pelbagai Barangan Gadong: fresh new look, same old charm

It's bustling with activity as people browse through the myriad of foods and items on display backed by the sonorous voices of men and...

‘A desire to create something new’

When Razali Hj Emran (pictured main) was 19 and in his final year at Berakas secondary school (SMB), he was told by his art...

Unwinding along Pandaruan river: Belais & Buda-Buda’s Chalets

In the early 2000s, a stretch of road, next to the Pandaruan river in Temburong - within the little-known Kampong Belais & Buda-Buda -...

Behind the revival of Trandie, Temburong’s longest running eco-lodge

Built by pionnering architect Dato Idris in the 1990s, Trandie was once a languishing lodge at the edge of Batang Duri. This is how his daughter and kindergarten teacher brought the place back to life.

Your first storefront: Kontena Park

Located at the very end of the Anggerek Desa Technology Park, lies a set of seven containers that have been recycled into shops, opening...

What’s at Lugu lake?

On a sunny Sunday afternoon, close to 20 cars have pulled by the road side just over a mile inwards from the Lugu junction...

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