Accommodation in and around the capital ranges from ultra-luxury to youth hostel bunk beds, with a handful of international hotels of fourstar standard. Serviced apartments, combining home comforts with hotel convenience, are growing in popularity for those who want more flexibility and freedom. Mid-range hotels can be found in major towns including Kuala Belait, Seria and Bangar.

In addition to budget considerations, it is recommended to take the hotel location into account, especially for visitors who intend to go sightseeing around the capital. Radisson Hotel, for example, is often the accommodation of choice for travellers as it is close to iconic landmarks such as Kampong Ayer, Royal Regalia Museum and Omar ‘Ali Saifuddien Mosque. Resorts that offer activities such as glamping, guided nature walks and river cruises are also available for those who want to immerse themselves in nature.

Visitors may also want to consider homestays as they give travellers a more cultural experience.

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