Top 5 destinations to fly with Royal Brunei




Fly with Royal Brunei to Melbourne which is a heady blend of arts, fashion, culture, and natural beauty. A city known for its golden sunrises and romantic sunsets, it offers a range of exciting experiences, from exotic dining scenes, shopping sprees to electrifying live music venues and café culture. While in Melbourne, remember to explore its hidden delights by walking down the city laneways, exploring bustling boutiques and cafes, then riding the Melbourne Star and seeing the city from a dizzying height.


Manila is one of Asia’s rising cities. Fly with Royal Brunei Airlines from Dubai to explore this Pearl of the Orient. From colonial times Manila has been celebrated for its various cultural heritage sites. Before you leave Manila, remember to take a trip down history, enjoy a mesmerizing sunset at Manila Ocean Park. Later, enjoy the shopping scenes by visiting the Ortigas Center shopping district.


A bustling hub of politics, economy, and culture, fly with Royal Brunei Airlines to explore Indonesia’s capital city. Jakarta offers a never-ending range of excitement and adventure. While in Jakarta, appreciate Dutch colonial heritage blended with street art experiences at Kota Tua. Indulge in endless shopping splurges at the city’s mega malls. Try exquisite dining experiences or visit Jakarta’s many thrilling theme parks.


With its stunning beaches and marvelous temples, Bali has become one of the most sought-after destinations. Fly with Royal Brunei Airlines from Dubai to experience this culturally-rich island. Bali is a veritable haven for those who enjoy water sports, cultural activities as well as world-class dining experiences. Remember to witness a gorgeous sunrise at Sanur before stopping by the spell-binding Besakih temple complex during your stay on this island.

Ho Chi Minh City

Fly with Royal Brunei Airlines from Dubai to discover this charming city that was known earlier as Saigon. Explore its unique blend of French colonial influence that is reflected in its architecture and boulevards. The city’s indigenous cultural heritage shines through its pagodas and traditional marketplaces. In Ho Chi Minh City, stop to marvel at the awe-inspiring Saigon Notre-Dame Basilica. Later, visit the War Remnants Museum and make a trip to the shop at the busy Ben Thanh market. Finish your tour by passing through the Mekong Delta – the memory of its rice fields and houseboats is sure to remain etched in your mind for a long time.