Pelumpong Spit, Brunei
About Pelumpong Spit
Tanjong Pelumpong is located between the Brunei Bay to the south and the South China Sea to the north. The island itself has numerous pristine beaches and is a popular spot for picnicking.
Attractions near Pelumpong Spit
It is a small mosque located near the Brunei International Airport. The mosque isn’t open to tourists, but you can explore it from outside.
Malay Technology Museum shows how things were done in ancient times, there are displays in boatmaking, fishing, metalworking, and goldsmithing.
It is located on the banks of the Brunei River, where the ancient city of Brunei was situated from the 14th to 17th centuries. The Brunei Maritime museum showcases Brunei’s maritime culture of different ships and vessels throughout history.
Houses the regalia of the Sultan and the royalty, as well as exhibits related to the commemorations of the Silver and Golden Jubilee celebrations of Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah's rule of Brunei.
It is named after Omar Ali Saifuddien III, the 28th Sultan of Brunei, who initiated its construction. The mosque serves as a symbol of the Islamic faith in Brunei. The mosque's most recognizable feature, the main dome, is covered in pure gold.
A historic settlement area in the capital of Brunei. It literally means 'water village'. Kampong Ayer consists of a cluster of traditional stilt villages built on the Brunei River, often been dubbed as 'Venice of the East'. Kampong Ayer has been historically the principal settlement of Brunei; it was the de facto capital, in particular social and economic centre, of the Bruneian Empire for a few centuries.
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