Ulu Temburong National Park is perhaps Brunei’s best tourism attraction. The park covers approximately 50,000 hectares of pristine rainforest. Ulu Temburong’s locality and steep terrain have limited human impact on the area and helped preserve the area’s rich biodiversity.
The park is accessed via longboat and the journey to the park is part of the whole Temburong travel experience. A series of forest trails and plank walkways allow visitors to get the most out the park. For many visitors the highlight of a trip to Ulu Temburong is the canopy walkway. Reached via an hour-long trek from the park HQ, the canopy walkway gives visitors a unique opportunity to observe the rainforest’s diverse treetop ecosystem. The views from the top of the canopy walk are simply stunning.
How to Get to Ulu Temburong National Park
It takes approximately 2 hours to get to the park. The first stage of the journey is a 45-minute speed boat ride from Bandar Seri Begawan to the small town of Bangar. After travelling a short distance along the Brunei River you will enter the Brunei Bay before heading up the Temburong River and arriving in Bangar. From there you take a short overland journey to Batang Duri, the jumping off point for the park. The final leg of the journey is a 30-minute longboat ride.
We offer day trips to Ulu Temburong. It is also possible to stay overnight in the park.
The only accommodation within the park is the Ulu Ulu Resort. The resort offers a mix of rooms including a dormitory, standard, superior and deluxe rooms.