Tutong is a small town of Tutong District of Brunei. It is located on the banks of Tutong River.
Mercu Tanda Kenanganaddress: Jalan Pengiran Haji Ahmad, Jalan Penyurat Haji Abu Bakar
Old Building of Tutong District Office and CourtAn old wooden building which formerly housed the district office and court for Tutong District.
Pantai Seri KenanganThe popular beach and recreational area in Tutong District. It is located on the spit created by the meanders of Tutong River on its way to the South China Sea.
Sungai Basong Recreational Park
Taman Seri Warisan EmasA monument to commemorate the 60th birthday of His Majesty Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, the 29th Sultan of Brunei, on 15 July 2006.
Tatangan Persiaran Sungai Tutongaddress: Jalan Enchi AwangA small riverfront promenade along the banks of Tutong River.
Times CineplexLocated in Berjaya Complex, the local cineplex chain provides the only cinemas in the district.
address: Jalan Simpang Tiga SengkaraiThe farmers' market of the town, and one of the main markets in the country. It has wide variety of vendors selling local produce, snacks and even traditional handicrafts. Opens every Thursday from early morning to midday but some vendors may have sold out well before the closing hour so it is best to come at the earliest hours.
EateriesThere are several eateries in Tutong and they consist of, among others, restaurants, bakeries and take-out stalls. The restaurants are generally mamak-style which are notable for serving (known locally as ) but may also serve Malay, Indonesian and Indian Muslim cuisine; these restaurants are generally inexpensive. There are also a few fast food restaurants, both of local and foreign joints. Meanwhile, like elsewhere in the country, bakeries in Tutong offer Western-style bread, pastries and cakes but nevertheless may have local or regional twist. Similarly, take-out stalls in the town usually sell snacks such as (the Malay version of omelette sandwich), local variant of burgers, kebab served in pita bread, as well as drinks such as cordials and bubble tea.
Restaurants and cafes
EasyWay Tea IndulgenceThe first bubble tea shop in Tutong. It is now expanded into a cafe.
An open-air food court located close to, and overlooking, the banks of Tutong River. The stalls are usually open from dusk and some may last until midnight.
Ho Yuen Restaurantaddress: Jalan Enchi AwangAnother established Chinese kopitiam located next to Mei Fang and the only non-halal restaurant in town. The restaurant serves popular Chinese dishes such as kolo mee and stir-fried noodles.
I-Biz Cafe and BaristaThe only modern-style coffeehouse or that which is synonymous with modern café culture in town. Nevertheless, the cafe also serves local traditional desserts.
KK Koya Restaurantaddress: Jalan Enchi AwangA Malay-Indian Muslim restaurant located next to Mei Fang Cafe which is known for its take on rojak, the regional version of fruit and vegetable salad, and may also come with chicken, squid or both. The restaurant in the town is a branch of the original restaurant in Telisai, which is a popular stopover along the old road between Tutong and the towns in Belait District.
Mei Fang Cafeaddress: Jalan Enchi AwangA Chinese kopitiam or traditional coffee shop established since 1950s and known for its pulut panggang, as well as stir-fried noodles and Chinese desserts. It is usually crowded in the morning.
address: Jalan Enchi AwangAn open-air building which houses a few food stalls selling popular local snacks such as roti john and kebab as well as takeaways. The stalls are usually open from dusk until night.
Puteh RestaurantA Malay restaurant which is also known for its pulut panggang. The pulut panggang from Puteh Restaurant and Mei Fang Cafe are the most sought after in the district, and perhaps also in the country.
address: Jalan Simpang Tiga SengkaraiA food stall established since 1964 and known for its soto. In Brunei, soto is known as a type of noodle soup, that is noodle served in soto, which is an Indonesian-style soup. The stall is located in Kompleks Pasarneka dan Tamu Tutong or simply Tamu Tutong (Tutong Market), the farmers' and fish market in the town.
WYWY RestaurantThe restaurant is a branch of a popular restaurant chain the country which has a relatively large variety of menu, especially of side dishes that accompany a rice-based meal. The cuisine is mainly Malay, Chinese and a fusion of both.
Fast food chains
Ideal Cafe and GrillA local fast food chain which is known for its grilled chicken.
JollibeeA popular Filipino fast food chain.
SugarBunA fast food chain from Sarawak, Malaysia, which is known for its roti john-like fish sandwich. It also serves laksa and beef stew.
Auntie Anne'sAn American chain known for its pretzels.
Le Doux PatisserieA branch of a patisserie from the capital.
Mum Bakery and Cake HouseA popular local bakery and cake house chain.
Par.TeaA drink stall selling flavoured drinks, shakes and milk tea.
The Potato HabitA local stall chain selling fries which come in various flavours.