Friday, 8 March 2013

Transportation in Brunei Darussalam

Transportation (land Transport and water transport) moda in Brunei Darussalam when Visiting Brunei

Brunei Ferry Route
Brunei Ferry Route

Metered taxis are now available at most hotels and shopping centres as well as the airport. In the capital, Bandar Seri Begawan, taxis are located at the multi storey carpark at Jalan Cator.

Car Hire

Self drive or chauffeur-driven cars are available for hire from major hotels and the airport. 

  public Bus in Brunei
 Bus in Brunei


There are three bus lines in Bandar Seri Begawan, the Central Line, Circle Line and Northern Line.
This public transport operates from 6:30 am to 6pm, with Central Line buses running every 15 minutes and the Circle Line once every 20 minutes. 

The Central Line stops at the following bus stations: international airport, post of office, government of offices, government schools, the Terrace Hotel, the Sheraton Utama Hotel, the Youth Centre, main bus terminal in Bandar, the Arts and Handicraft Centre, the Brunei Museum and the Malay Technology Museum. 

The Circle Line stops at the main bus terminal in Bandar, the Ripas hospital, the Jame Asr' Hassanil Bolkiah Mosque, the Kiarong fish and vegetable market, the Centrepoint in Gadong, government offices, Immigration/Labour Department, the Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium, the Pusat Dakwah Islamiah, the SMART Department Store, Terrace Hotel, Sheraton Utama Hotel and the Youth Centre. 
The Northern Line caters to three routes, Northern Line 1, Northern Line 2 and Northern Line 3. 

Northern Line 1 and 2 runs between Berakas Camp, International Airport and the Bus terminal in Bandar, whilst Northern Line 3 runs between Berakas Camp, the Bus Terminal and The Malay Technology Museum in Kota Batu. 

To get to major towns outside of Bandar, you can catch buses going to Seria and Kuala Belait at the Bandar bus terminal located at the multi storey carpark. 
Bus fares start from as low at $1. 


Fly Brunei with Royal Brunei Airlines (RBA), flies to over 30 cities. Major airlines such as Singapore Airlines, Thai International, Garuda Indonesia, Philippines Airlines and Malaysia Airlines also service Brunei Darussalam.

Brunei Ferry
Brunei Ferry

Water Taxis

Water taxis are the most common form of transport in Kampong Ayer. Fares are negotiable. Regular water taxi and boat services to Temburong and to the Malaysian towns of Limbang, Lawas, Sundar and Labuan are also available. Boat services to Temburong start at 7:45 am and end at 4:00 pm.

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