Temburong, situated in Brunei’s eastern region, is the country’s smallest district with about 10,000 inhabitants, separated from the rest of Brunei by Malaysia’s Sarawak state. Temburong is celebrated for its wildlife and natural beauty, with the Ulu Temburong National Park being the chief draw, home to various creatures, such as hornbills, proboscis monkeys, and crocodiles.
At the Ulu Temburong National Park, a wide variety of fauna, including primates, birds, and reptiles, thrive. Visitors can take guided hikes through dense rainforest and alongside untouched rivers, or swim and picnic at the park’s waterfalls and natural pools.