Are you interested in experiencing a peaceful and tranquil getaway surrounded by nature's greenery? The Ulu-Ulu Temburong Park has the answer.
Located in the middle of the tropical forests of the Temburong National Park, the Ulu-Ulu Temburong Park offers various holiday packages. To reach the park, visitors will require a 45-minute cruise up the Batang Duri River using a long boat called temuai. Life jackets will be provided for visitors.
With an area of around 50 thousand hectares, the 3-star recreational park provides an opportunity for visitors to experience first-hand the uniqueness of the country's tropical forests. Boasting the only hotel-level accommodation in the interiors of the Temburong National Park, the protected park, which is rich in tropical treasures, offers various attractive holiday packages, including for the family. The package includes a cruise up the Temburong River as well as other activities such as kayaking, flying fox, jungle trekking, and experiencing local foods. For those interested in bird watching, the park is the best place to sight for various bird species, which are rarely seen elsewhere.
The innovative green practise concept, which covers environmental management plan, green products, and a human resource applied by the park's management, has enabled the Ulu-Ulu Temburong Park to be chosen as a recipient of the ASEAN Green Hotel Award during the ASEAN Tourism Forum in Chiang Mai, Thailand last February for the 9th time since 2010.
The uniqueness and beauty of the flora and fauna, as well as the provision of various facilities and services, makes the park one of the interesting destinations to be visited. This can be seen from the increase in number of tourists who choose the park for their holiday destination. Last year, more than 4 thousand 4 hundred people visited the park. From that number, 2 thousand 3 hundred were day-trip visitors, while close to 2 thousand visitors stayed overnight at the park, with the majority of tourists from overseas comprising of Chinese citizens.
Source: Radio Television Brunei