In the north-west corner of Borneo, lies the Sultanate of Brunei Darussalam and the capital, Bandar Seri Begawan. About 70% of Brunei’s land area is covered by unspoilt rainforest, home to many varieties of flora and fauna endemic only to the island of Borneo. A great portion of the country’s dense rainforest is situated in and around the Temburong district.
Brunei’s population is mainly composed of Malays with a mixture of Chinese and Indian communities. Brunei enjoys warm, equatorial climate year round with very minor seasonal variations but high levels of rainfall and humidity.
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