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My husband and I went here, thinking we would be swimming, that never happened. First, the "Beware of Crocodile" signs made us not want to swim plus the water is full of trash. We did enjoy a quiet dinner time together just relaxing.
Serasa Beach has been upgraded 2 years ago and now has a quiet area where cars can't go in, so its quite peaceful and wildlife is really coming back into its own there. There are shops, toilets, and a watersports complex with a dive &...More
Lots of rubbish scattered around the place because many people, mostly barbecuing, picnicking. Not a typical pretty sandy beach but a dirty stony one. Go to somewhere like Tungku Beach if you want a cleaner, sandy beach and the pluses there are stalls selling drinks...More
All beaches and parks in Brunei open at 0730 hrs and close at 1800 hrs. Tungku Beach recently had locking gates installed which are padlocked at 1800 hrs. There is no way out once the gates are locked. This is occurring at many beaches and...More
Let's be clear: this is not the beach for swimming and sunbathing and enjoying gorgeous sand. That would be Tutong. This is a place to relax with friends and to stroll around and to take great sunset photos and to enjoy cold drinks. And maybe...More
This beach, like most of the ones from Brunei, is not very clean. I could not enjoy a walk along the beach barefoot. I do not know if the beach has ever been cleaned, but I wouldn`t have risked a walk without shoes on.
The moment you enter the gate you can see some sailboats on either side of the long stretched road. Very scenic with sparkling water and shady trees. Suitable for family picnic and BBQ. There are also few drinks and food stalls as you enter deeper...More
Came about a year ago to this beach and it was not very good.
They have now made it into a more friendly place.
It has toilets and showers and they are moving the sand around and moving all the old broken down stalls that...More