Tasek Merimbun Heritage Park

‘Tasek Merimbun (Translation: Merimbun Lake) Heritage Park’ is a wildlife sanctuary, a conservation spot for flora and fauna, a recreational center, and a venue for research and education. It is the first to be declared a national park in Brunei Darussalam. The 7,800-hectare park was also declared an ASEAN Heritage Park on 29 November 1984, marking a significant era in its history. With this recognition, the government earmarked funds in the 6th National Development Plan for developing facilities at Tasek Merimbun to establish a national park that would incorporate extensive forest areas adjacent to the lake. (source)

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Name Tasek Merimbun Heritage Park
Location Mukim Rambai, Tutong District

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How to get here There is no public transport access to Tasek Merimbun. Visitors will require own transport. The park is about 25km from Tutong Town.
Opening Hours Sunday to Thursday: 9.30am – 3.30pm
Friday: 9am – 11.30am; 2.30pm – 5pm
Saturday: 10.00am – 3.30pm (During Ramadhan/Fasting Month)
Saturday to Thursday: 10am – 1pm
Friday: Closed
Admission Free
Contact No Museum Department (4269179)
Facilities
  • Butterfly Garden (Taman Kulimambang) – (Photos)
  • Exhibition Hall
  • Nature Trail (Banunih Trail)
  • Chalet facilities for researchers
  • Wooden walkway to reach Jalundung Island in the middle of the lake
  • Picnic pavilion facilities
  • Lakeside Gazebos
  • Boats for rent
  • Forest campsites
  • Laboratory Building
  • Dusun House
  • Multipurpose Hall (Balai Purun)
  • Prayer Room
  • Restroom
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