Into the heart of Borneo
This turns out to be true as we realised on travelling into its heart to the Temburong national park in Brunei .
The national park itself a part of the Borneo conservation efforts is only a small portion of the 575 sq km of forests hills and waterways
Unscathed by mankind there were exotic and rare varieties of plant and small animal life
The dwarf squirrel ,the black butterfly also named as the White rajah after the ruler of erstwhile Sarawalk the Englishman James Brooke ( read the white Rajahs of Borneo ).
The Brunei government preserves the rich flora and fauna the country is blessed with .
adventure and ecotourism are encouraged but with great care not to disturb nature in any form .
Even the capital city is richly endowed with greenery trekking hills are available within the city limits itself which is rare anywhere .
To reach the Ulu resort in temburong national park one had to go by motor boat bus to Bangar in Temburong and from there by bus to .Batang