Whole Day | Starts: 09:00 AM
Land transportation, Entrance fees and Lunch
Explore the wilderness of Tasek Merimbun declared as ASEAN heritage site in 1984. It is the largest black water lake in Brunei that was divided into two connected lakes with a total of 220 hectares. Various rare fauna are found here, such as White-Collared Fruit Bat which thought to be extinct, elusive Clouded Leopard, Red Monkey, Gibbon and rare flora such as Tiger Orchid, Nepenthes and etc. It has been recorded that there are over 200 bird species, 50 species of freshwater fishes and 83 mammal species. Be amaze by the beautiful native plant such as Purun that grows wild in abundance in the lake. On top of that, learn about the mystery, myths and folklore of the lake. A short trek to the trails – a wild uncultivated land which has a variety species of flora and fauna.