Thursday, 10 May 2012


SINGGAHRUAI RESORT – RAINFOREST LODGE a Homestay program developer and eco-resort operator.  A KNK (Kenali Negara Kitani) partner of Brunei Tourism Board, Brunei Darussalam and its operational office and sales office is located at  Sg. Liang, Belait District.  It’s a 15 to 20 minutes drive distance from the main office to Sg Mau Terminal Jetty where the speed boat take you upriver to Sukang and Ulu Melilas. Other alternative route is to use  4x4 off-road wheels direct from our sales office in Sg Liang to Melilas Longhouse.          

Due  to  our  unique  vision and mission statement,  SINGGAHRUAI RESORT
Our Phase one ( 1 ) project started on developing Homestay
Program in the interior of Sukang and Melilas longhouse and use
The Iban Muslim longhouses for accommodation and other
Recreational related activities for visitors and homestay.

Phase two ( 2 ) , the  Lodge is in progress,  a basic and
standard lodge built beside the Tempinak River it is located
between Sukang Village and Melilas of the Belait District,and
it is 2 to 3 hours up-river boat ride from Sungai Mau
( Public Jetty ). The design lodge can accommodates a
minimum of 60 to 80 people, ensuring each guest a unique and individual jungle experience. The fine facilities with basic comforts make it possible to explore the incredible diversity and complexity of the rainforest and offer a unique opportunity for guests to understand the primeval Borneo Rainforest in today's conservation.

OUR COMMITMENT’s, We believe and aware that tourism is an important source of economic wealth and one of the fastest growing sectors in the world economy;
          Considering that tourism is a world-wide phenomenon involving a growing number of people undertaking more long-distance journeys; Recognizing that a healthy environment and that tourism increasingly turns to areas where nature is an a relatively undisturbed state so that a substantial number of the world’s remaining natural areas are being developed for tourism activities;
          Concerned that while tourism may importantly contribute to socio-economic development and cultural exchange, it has, at  the same time, the potential for degrading the natural environment, social structures and cultural heritage;
          Taking into account that sustainable forms of tourism generate income also for local communities, including indigenous communities, and that their interest and culture require particular attention.