Brunei's unspoiled wilderness extends to its coasts and islands.The
absence of large scale commercial or industrial operations
means Brunei's rivers, bays and coastline are clean and
uncongested by commercial shipping. A great venue for marine
based sports and recreations.
Bay is a 35 km wide protected waterway bordered by rainforest covered
mountains and dotted with islands. Undersea wrecks, coral-crusted reefs,
white beaches, a myriad of marine life and warm water present
a range of fun activities, day and overnight trips and attractions.
Three states adjoin Brunei Bay.
Brunei in the south, Sarawak in the east, and Sabah to the north, with
duty free Labuan Island providing a hub for ferries and small boats
taking passengers between them.
Early morning and late
of day to be enjoyed by those who stay overnight,
either onshore, or aboard yachts.
Spend a night or two at
the islands, then move into a Labuan
marina or hotel to enjoy a completely different
The long sand spit, beach and open areas of Keraman Island are
suitable for campers, divers, sailors and groups who prefer
the delights of sleeping under the stars, or in the simple chalets,
and thereby get to
enjoy the evening and early morning colours.
Besar and Rusukan Kecil islands form a small group that protect Brunei
Bay from the South China Sea. Facilities on Keraman Island and
the untouched natural attractions of the other smaller islands
provide day visitors with numerous activities and
opportunities for relaxation.
Picnics, BBQs, beachcombing, beach sports, fishing, swimming,
snorkeling, sailing, diving and island walks in the jungle or
along the low tide reefs are popular island activities.
Sheltered water and secluded island beaches make a
venue for beach BBQs and water-sports. Water-ski,
or try some wake boarding!