Unaffected by the fast-paced routine of city life, Bangar Town is a pleasant pause on the ever-moving tale of our life. A thrilling 45-minute speedboat journey away, Bangar is hidden between thick mangrove forest and its lush greenery of nipa palms. The main draw of this serene town is the Ulu Temburong National Park, where you can explore some of the world’s old skyscrapers in the form of centuries-old botanical towers.

Facts

Address: Bangar,Temburong

 

Map Location

 

From Wikipedia

Bangar is the town of the Bruneian district of Temburong, an isolated territorial exclave separated from the rest of the country by the Malaysian state of Sarawak. Although Bangar is officially known in Malay as Pekan Bangar (literally ‘Bangar Town’), it is a village-level subdivision under the mukim or subdistrict of the same name. The postcodes for Bangar include PA1151 and PA1351.

Geography

The town is in the Mukim Bangar (sub-district) of Temburong District. The population is 3,970 inhabitants.

One main road runs through the town, roughly east–west. Headed east of Bangar is Lawas, Sarawak (Malaysia) and to the west is the river crossing to Limbang, Sarawak (Malaysia). The road is the major route to the local quarry where boulders are collected, processed and shipped to stockyards in the capital, Bandar Seri Begawan, for construction companies.

Source: Wikipedia and Brunei Tourism