Arrival by Air
The only practical way to reach Brunei is by flying to Brunei International Airport, which is served by international flights from many different cities across Asia. The airport is conveniently located just 15 minutes from the capital.
The most frequent service is through the national flag carrier, Royal Brunei Airlines (RB),which offers flights connecting Brunei with over twenty destinations in Asia, Europe, Australia and the Middle East.
AirAsia and Malaysia Airlines serve Brunei from Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia). Singapore Airlines flies from Singapore, Cebu Pacific from Manila (Philippines), and Lucky Air from Kunming (China).
Arrival by Sea
The Serasa Passengers and Vehicle Ferry Terminal offers scheduled service connecting Brunei with Labuan (Malaysia) several times each day. Consult the timetable for details.
Arrival by Land
Brunei has four land border entry points, all of them connecting to Malaysia:
- Sungai Tujoh Control Post. Belait District. Close to Miri in Sarawak State (Malaysia).
- Kuala Lurah Control Post. Brunei-Muara District. Less than one one hour from Limbang in North Sarawak state (Malaysia).
- Labu Control Post. Temburong District. Close to Sabah State (Malaysia).
- Ujong Jalan Control Post Temburong District. Close to Sabah State (Malaysia).