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Despite its small size, more than 70 percent of Brunei’s land area is covered by pristine rainforests – from lowland forest and jungle rainforest to mountain forest and waterfalls – which are home to thousands of species of plants and animals. Brunei’s waters are also rich in marine biodiversity so there’s plenty for nature lovers and adventure seekers to explore.

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Brunei’s lush jungle and hilly terrain offer bikers an unforgettable mountain biking experience. Here are some of the country’s most popular trails. Agrotech Park Trail...

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