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Place of Attraction in Belait

The places of attraction that can be visited in Belait district is divided into Cultural, Natural and Mosque (Religion)

Cultural

Natural

Mosque (Religion)

Tea-Pot Roudabout (Kiri Roundabout)

Menaran Cendera Kenangan

Billionth Barrel Monument

Belait District Museum

Serial Energy Lab (SEL)

Teraja Longhouse and Medaram Longhouse

Silver Jubilee Park

Anduki Recreational park

Sungai Mau Recreational Park

Sungai Liang Forest Recreational Park

Luagan Lalak Recreational Park

Pantai KB (Belait Beach)

Wasai Teraja (Teraja Waterfalls)

Wong Kadir Waterfall

Labi Coffee Farm

Labi Fruit Farm

Labi Paddy Field

Labi Goat Farm

Tropical Biodiversity Centre

Forestry Museum

Mohammad Jamalul Alam Mosque

Zainab Mosque

Kampong Pandan Mosque

Pekan Seria Mosque

Cultural:

Tea-Pot Roudabout (Kiri Roundabout)

(Cultural & Historical Attraction)

Photo courtesy from Brunei Tourism

The Tea-pot Roundabout or locally known as Kiri Roundabout is the first place of attraction that any visitor will see when entering Belait. The construction of the Tea-pot Roundabout was sponsored by Brunei Shell Petroleum and symbolizes the Sultan’s love being poured into the cup that represents the four districts. The attraction is a perfect place for taking pictures

Opening Hour:

Everyday, 24 hours

Address:

Jalan Pandam Lima, Kuala Belait

Location:

Tea-Pot Roundabout – Google Maps

Menaran Cendera Kenangan

(Cultural & Historical Attraction)

Photo courtesy from Brunei Tourism

Menaran Cendera Kenangan is a towering beacon serving as a historic gift commemorating His Majesty’s 50th birthday, the Menara Cendera Kenangan has some of the most scenic views in the Belait District. Along the way, visitors can marvel at the Nipah Palms which freckle the natural habitats of the Belait River. There is a chance that visitors can catch glimpses of crocodiles and various species of birds that tend to reside in these areas. Perfect place for visitors to take pictures, sightseeing and even jogging

Opening Hour:

Everyday, 24 hours

Address:

Jln Sungai, Kuala Belait

Location:

Menara Cendera Kenangan – Google Maps

Billionth Barrel Monument

(Cultural & Historical Attraction)

Photo courtesy from Atlas Obscura

This monument marks Brunei’s billionth barrel of oil produced, hence the name. Lining the walk to the monument itself are windbreakers that were painted over by 30 local artists, in conjunction with Brunei Shell Petroleum’s 90th anniversary. We do recommend checking the place out during late afternoon, close to sunset when the heat dissolves and the colors are vibrant. 

Opening Hour:

Everyday, 24 hours

Address:

Jalan Utara, Seria KB1110 Brunei Darussalam

Location:

Billionth Barrel Monument – Google Maps

Belait District Museum

(Cultural, Historical & Educational Attraction)

Photo courtesy from Jabatan Muzium-Muzium

Belait District Museum was built in 1938 on a 6 acre land where it was initially a residence of the Assistant British Resident and later became the official residence for the Belait District Officer until 1990. It is also used to host His Majesty Sultan Haji Jassanal Bolkiah whenever His Majesty visits Belait to celebrate His Majesty’s birthday celebration. This building now becomes a museum where it has five galleries which are Cultural Gallery, History of Administration and Development of Belait DIstrict, History of Oil and Gas, Natural History and Temporary Gallery

Opening Hour:

Saturday to Wednesday, 9.00am – 5.00pm

Address:

Jln Maulana, Kuala Belait

Location:

Belait Museum – Google Maps 

Serial Energy Lab (SEL)

(Cultural & Educational Attraction)

Photo courtesy from Seria Energy Lab

The Seria Energy Lab (SEL) is a flagship program by Brunei Shell Petroleum in order to support the growth of science literate in the country. This family-oriented centre is home to fun science exhibitions and activities, while educating its visitors on the country’s oil and gas industry and its explorations. Do note that they are closed on Mondays and if you do plan on having a guided tour, you will need to book 3 days in advance.

The admission rate to enter the Seria Energy Lab is as follow:

  • Below 4 years old: Free for Brunei Citizen and Non-Brunei Citizen.
  • Child (5-11 years old): $7 for Brunei Citizen and $10 for Non-Brunei Citizen.
  • Teen (12-17 years old):  $10 for Brunei Citizen and $13 for Non-Brunei Citizen.
  • Adult (18-54 years old): $15 for Brunei Citizen and $25 for Non-Brunei Citizen.
  • Senior Citizen (55 years old and above): $10 for Brunei Citizen and $15 for Non-Brunei Citizen.
  • School Visit: $5 per student for Brunei Citizen and Non-Brunei Citizen.

For more information, you can visit their new website or contact them bellow.

Opening Hour:

8.30am – 5.00pm

Contact Number:

+673 3377200

Social Media:

Facebook: Seria Energy Lab Brunei

Instagram: @seriaenergylab

Website: Seria Energy Lab 

E-mail:

info@seriaenergylab.com

Address:

F20 Jalan Tengah, Seria KB3534

Location:

Seria Energy Lab – Google Maps

Teraja Longhouse and Medaram Longhouse

(Cultural & Natural Attraction)

Photo of Teraja Longhouse courtesy from Brunei Tourism
Photo of Medaram Longhouse courtesy from Brunei Tourism

Belait is famous for their longhouses that are allegedly lost in some districts. Some of the few longhouses that are often open for visitors include: Mendaram and Teraja longhouses. Teraja longhouse is located at the end of Labi road where it is home to about 125 people during the weekends but only about 10 people live there on the weekdays. Mendaram longhouse is a 12-door red roof longhouse that was built in the 1970s and home to 100 residents where most of them live there on the weekend. Visitors would be exposed to the traditions and sense of community of the Puak Iban and they will get hands-on experience of  different activities such as: weaving, traditional dancing and even cooking traditional dishes. The visitor’s fee to visit the longhouses is BND3 and the visitor’s fee to spend a night at the longhouse is at the starting price of BND15 per person.

How to get here: It is advisable to get a tour package such as  or contact an authorised tour guide from the longhouses’ personnel before visiting. You might also need to register at the police station nearby for visiting.

Teraraja Longhouse

Mendaram Longhouse

Contact Number:

+673 862 3081

Contact Number:

Hensona +673 892 9170

Social Media:

Instagram: @teraja_longhouse

Social Media:

Instagram:

@mendarambesarlonghouse

Address:

Unnmane Road, Teraja

Address:

Unnmane Road, Teraja

Location:

teraja longhouse – Google Maps 

Location:

mendaram longhouse address – Google Maps

Natural:

Silver Jubilee Park

(Natural & Historical Attraction)

Photo courtesy from TripAdvisor

The Silver Jubilee Park was built as a gift from the people of Kuala Belait to commemorate the Silver Jubilee of Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah’s accession to the throne. The Park has a monument, some walkways, a children’s playground and is connected to Belait Beach. Visitors can use this place for jogging or have a gathering with friends and family

Opening Hour:

Everyday, 24 hours

Address:

Jln Carey, Kuala Belait

Location:

Silver Jubilee Park – Google Maps

Anduki Recreational park

(Natural & Historical Attraction)

Photo courtesy from Brunei Toursim

Anduki Recreational Park was first opened to the public and tourists in 1992 to commemorate the silver jubilee of Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah. The park offers a wondrous view of the glittering sky blue lake which is a perfect place for an afternoon gathering or radio-controlled boat racing

Opening Hour:

Everyday, 24 hours

Address:

Jalan Tengah, Seria

Location:

anduki recreational park address – Google Maps

Sungai Mau Recreational Park

(Natural & Historical Attraction)

Photo courtesy from Daniel Lim, Borneo Bulletin

Sungai Mau Recreational Park used to be an important venue for people to take a Temuai (a traditional long boat) to travel to Kuala Belait that would take about four to five hours. Now the park is visited by family and children who plan to spend their time at the playground.

Opening Hour:

Everyday, 6.00am – 6.00pm

Address:

Jalan Labi, Mukim Labi

Location:

Taman Rekreasi Sg.Mau – Google Maps

Sungai Liang Forest Recreational Park

(Natural Attraction)

Photo courtesy from Globetrove

The Sungai Liang Forest Recreation Park is approximately 14 hectares consisting largely of undisturbed lowland. It provides visitors with facilities such as sites for picnics, jogging, hiking and the nature appreciation trails provide access to various spots within the park. It also has a mini-lake, floating hut, shelter huts and open areas ideal for outdoor recreational activities

Opening Hour:

Everyday, 5am – 7pm

Address:

Jln Labi, Mukim Liang

Location:

Sungai Liang Forest Recreational Park – Google Maps

Luagan Lalak Recreational Park

(Natural Attraction)

Photo courtesy from visitsoutheastasia.travel

The picture above is one of the district’s beautiful natural scenery known as Luagan Lalak Recreational Park. During high tides, this wetland reflects the sky in between its greenery and becomes a hot spot for photographers to capture nature’s beauty. Small huts are provided to let visitors to just sit back and enjoy the serene view, accompanied by the sounds of nature all around them

Opening Hour:

Everyday, 6.00am – 6.00pm

Address:

Jalan Labi, Bukit Puan

Location:

luagan lalak recreation park location – Google Search

Pantai KB (Belait Beach)

(Natural Attraction)

Photo courtesy from Lim Soon, Google map

If you have the whole day for Belait, we do recommend taking a stroll or simply visiting belait beach (or as the locals call it “ Pantai KB”). The beach has one of the most beautiful spots for sunsets or sunrise, if the weather is good.

Opening Hour:

Everyday, 24 hours

Address:

Kuala Belait

Location:

Belait Beach – Google Maps

Wasai Teraja (Teraja Waterfalls)

(Natural Attraction)

Photo courtesy from Brunei Tourism

With Wasai Teraja’s natural glory, it invites visitors to wander into its pristine pools and its home filled with unique flora and fauna. The trek to Teraja waterfall has been cleared by the local villagers who paved the path with wooden planks especially on streams that need to be crossed. It is relatively easy and straightforward, it takes about 45 minute to 1 hour to arrive depending on your level of fitness. Not only does it allow visitors to walk through the waterfall and trekking, visitors can do birdwatching and wildlife watching to the wildlife in the area. It is highly recommended to go with a local guide which can be enquiries at Teraja Longhouse and Mendaram Longhouse

Opening Hour:

Everyday, 6.00am – 6.00pm

Address:

Jalan Labi (at the end of Jalan Labi), Teraja

Location:

Wasai Teraja – Google Maps

Wong Kadir Waterfall

(Natural Attraction)

Photo courtesy from TripAdvisor

Wong Kadir Waterfall is located at Wasai Wong Kadir Recreational Park in Medaram Kechil and it is less than a kilometre away from Mendaram Longhouse. It is a popular spot for picnics, allows visitors to watch the wildlife and offers a scenic view of its natural forest through its jungle trekking route

Opening Hour:

Everyday, 6.00am – 6.00pm

Address:

Mendaram Kechil

Location:

Wasai Wong Kadir Recreational Park – Google Maps

Labi Coffee Farm

(Natural Attraction)

Photo courtesy from Brunei Tourism

The Labi Coffee Farm is owned by Pertanian Tropikal Utama and Brunei’s first commercial coffee plantation that grows two types of coffee. The two types of coffee are Coffea arabica (Arabicas) and Coffea canephora (Robustas). It is home to more than 9 hectares worth of coffee and it is open to visitors where they get to see the grand sight of 18,000 homegrown coffee trees in the orchard

Opening Hour:

Everyday, 6.00pm – 6.00pm

Contact Number:

Yong Khian Fook +673 238 2822

Social Media:

Instagram: @labicoffee 

Address:

Jln Labi, Rampayoh

Location:

Labi Coffee Farm – Google Maps

Labi Fruit Farm

(Natural Attraction)

Photo courtesy from Brudirect

Labi Fruit Farm is owned by Hua Ho Agricultural Farm where it is located on the fertile soil of Labi which enables it to thrive as an agricultural haven. Visitors can see a variety of local fruits that the Labi Fruit Farm grows in its most natural state on the tree like Bananas, Rambutan, Jackfruit and Durian

Opening Hour:

Everyday, 6.00am – 6.00pm

Contact Number:

Lau How Teck +673 239 3555

Address:

Jln Labi, Kanapol

Location:

Refer to the map in the Explore Labi E-Guide 

Labi Paddy Field

(Natural Attraction)

Photo courtesy fromUBD-VT Lab’s Twitter

The paddy fields in Labi are owned by Lot Sengkuang Padi Field and one of the main driving forces of Brunei’s agricultural industry beside the vegetable and fruit plantation. The best time to experience the farmer’s life is to visit during the harvesting season which is between February to March.

Opening Hour:

Everyday, 6.00am – 6.00pm

Contact Number:

HJ Metusin Bin Matzin +673 864 9323

Address:

Jln Labi, Rampayoh

Location:

Refer to the map in the Explore Labi E-Guide 

Labi Goat Farm

(Natural Attraction)

Photo courtesy from Rata Jaya’s facebook

This commercial goat farm is owned by Rata Jaya where it is home to Brunei’s locally born and bred Boer goats. It is open to visitors but the visit needs to be arranged in advance.

Opening Hour:

Everyday, 6.00am – 6.00pm

Contact Number:

Sulaiman Mahmud +673 895 7576

Social Media:

Instagram:@ratajaya_bn

Facebook: @RataJayaBrunei

Address:

Jln Labi, Rampayoh

Location:

Refer to the map in the Explore Labi E-Guide 

Tropical Biodiversity Centre

(Natural & Educational Attraction)

Photo courtesy from Malayali Association, Brunei Darussalam

Located in Andulau forest reserve, the Tropical Biodiversity Centre operates as an exhibition for nature enthusiasts to discover Brunei’s rich flora and fauna. The centre features an interactive learning experience exhibition for the visitors with over 12 touchscreen kiosks that explain about the centre and the biodiversity within Brunei. If you would like, there is a walking trail at the back of the venue, which can take up to 30min to 4 hours.

Opening Hour:

Monday – Saturday (Close Friday & Sunday), 7.45am – 4.30pm

Contact Number:

+673 238 2822

Address:

Jalan Labi, Liang

Location:

Tropical Biodiversity Centre – Google Maps

Forestry Museum

(Natural, Historical & Educational Attraction)

Photo courtesy from vymaps

The Forestry Museum was built in 1986 as one of the first colonnaded buildings in Brunei and was originally constructed from wood materials with thatched roof. Now the Forestry Museum serves as a centre of forestry information for the public where it features the natural history of Brunei forestry, the nation’s resources & the historical equipment and traditional forest products.

Opening Hour:

8.00am-8.00pm

Contact Number:

2381013/2381687

Address:

Jln Labi, Sungai Liang

Location:

Forestry Museum Brunei, Sungai Liang – Google Maps

Mosque (Religion):

(Religion, Cultural & Built Attraction)

Here is the list of mosques that are available in Belait district for Muslim who want to pray. When entering the mosque, you must:

  • Wear appropriate clothes (no sleeveless shirts for men & women to cover up all skin).
  • No food and drinks in the Mosque.
  • Footwear should be removed when entering.
  • Keep silent.

Mohammad Jamalul Alam Mosque

Photo courtesy from TripAdisor

Opening Hour:

Everyday, 4.00am – 9.00pm

Address:

Jln Pretty, Kuala Belait

Location:

Masjid Mohammad Jamalul Alam – Google Maps

Zainab Mosque

Photo courtesy from Waze

Opening Hour:

Everyday, 4.00am – 9.00pm

Address:

Jln Kampong Lumut, Liang

Location:

Zainab Mosque – Google Maps

Kampong Pandan Mosque

Photo courtesy from TripAdvisor

Opening Hour:

Everyday, 4.00am – 9.00pm

Address:

Jln Pandan Tujuh, Kuala Belait

Location:

Masjid Kampong Pandan – Google Maps

Pekan Seria Mosque

Photo courtesy from foursquare

Opening Hour:

Everyday, 4.30am – 9.30pm

Address:

Jln Lor Satu Barat, Seria

Location:

Pekan Seria Mosque – Google Maps