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Brunei Map and Satellite Image

Brunei Map
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This Brunei map contains cities, towns, rivers, and highways of the small country in Borneo. Also, it includes an elevation map and satellite imagery of the country in Southeastern Asia.

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Brunei World Map

Brunei (Brunei Darussalam) is a small country on the island of Borneo, completely surrounded by Malaysia. It also shares a coastline with the South China Sea to the north for about 161 kilometers (100 mi). Brunei is split into two non-contiguous sections.

First, the western section is more populous and made up of three districts including Belait, Tutong, and Brunei-Muara. Despite having the smallest area, the Brunei-Muara District is the most populous with approximately 70% of people living there. It also contains Brunei’s capital city of Bandar Seri Begawan, situated in the northeast region. Finally, the eastern section of Brunei is the Temburong District.

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Brunei Satellite Map

Brunei occupies a small area in Asia at about 5,765 square kilometers (2,226 sq mi), which makes it even smaller than the state of Delaware. According to the FAO, forests cover over 50% of Brunei. Its longest rivers are Tutong, Belait, and the Temburong River.

Whereas its largest natural lake is Merimbun Lake, also known for being a wildlife sanctuary for flora and fauna. Overall, Brunei has a tropical, humid, and rainy climate.

Brunei Satellite Map


Brunei Elevation Map

The terrain in Brunei is mostly flat with regions of hills. Then, it transitions to mountains further to the east, especially in the Temburong District. This region holds Brunei’s highest peak, Pagon Hill. At 1,850 m (6,070 ft), it straddles the Malaysian border along the southern tip of Brunei.

Brunei Elevation Map


  1. I guess that’s one of the issues when I don’t include the neighboring countries. But there are some who still prefer this type of map.

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