a VirtualTourist member from Australia
Hi, looking for a bit of current information on Jerudong park we have heard that many of the rides have been closed/sold....actually been a long time since we were last there and there (four years) was a festival the next day when we were there and a lot of the rides were closed....we did get to go on the log flume and the roller coaster and the tower and some little peddle boat thing...we are wondering if even less are open now or about the same?? We have heard they are selling the rides or they just aren't going so want to confirm if its worth a trip out that way again are the gardens still pretty and grounds well looked after?? There will be new people coming along this time never been to Brunei before so thinking might be worth going out that way??
I live just round the corner from JP, however not been inside for a while. Some rides are no longer operational, and some has been removed. For first time visitors, there are enough rides to keep them entertained for an evening, and the scale and size of JP will give them an idea of what it was like before.
You need to time your visit, as currently it is the dry season, and haze is back due open burning and forest fires. Consolation is, durians are back in season!
What's new is the jungle resort in Temburong, worth a visit for nature lovers. Also side trips to Mulu caves in Miri, Sarawak and Mount Kinabalu in Sabah.