Destination: Arrive at Brunei International Airport (BWN) (Bandar Seri Begawan) Flight: Royal Brunei Airlines (code BI; 221 2222; www.bruneiair.com) is an independent corporation wholly owned by the government of Brunei Darussalam. It is located 10km from the capital city of Bandar Seri Begawan, about 15 minutes drive by taxi. Travelling from London to Brunei, stopover at Dubai, takes 17 hours. There are not direct routes connecting to the USA, from Los Angeles to Brunei takes at least 24 hours, including stopovers in multiple Asian cities such as Singapore and Tokyo. Facilities: restaurants, bars, duty-free shopping, car rental offices, banks, money exchange, internet facilities, postal services, lost luggage, accommodation reservations and newsstands. Departure tax: BND 5 to Kota Kinabalu and Kuching (Malaysia), and BND 12 for all other destinations. Departure tax is payable at the airport check-in desk in local currency (bring cash with you)
Destination: Driving to Brunei from the Malaysian states of Sarawak and Sabah via the Pan Borneo Highway. Bus services to and from Brunei are handled by Jesselton Express (to Sabah; tel 673 718 3838) and PHLS (to Miri; tel 673 277 1668). Border Crossings: Brunei/Malaysia has 4 crossings at: 1.Sungai Tujoh/Miri Sarawak 2.Kuala Lurah/Limbang 3.Puni/Limbang 4.Labu/Lawas Frequent Crossings: The Puni/Limbang and Labu/Lawas are the most popular border crossings, with the Temburong district of Brunei located separate to the main area of Brunei.
Destination: Brunei is connected by express ferry from the capital Bandar Seri Begawan to the Malaysian island of Labuan off Sabah’s coast, as well as Sarawak’s towns of Limbang and Lawas. Ferry operators: PKL Jaya Sendirian (+673-277 1771; www.pkljaya.com) Main Port: Muara Port (www.ports.gov.bn/en/index.html) Located approximately 10 miles from Bandar Seri Begwan and has ferry services between Brunei and Limbang in Sarawak and Pulau Labuan in Sabah. Some cruise liners also dock in Muara. Express boats between Bandar Seri Begawan and Lawas and Limbang in Sarawak, and the duty-free island of Labuan off Sabah. boats between Labuan and Sabah.
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