A great hangout place for both nature lovers and beach bums, Serasa Beach is Muara’s quaint, little beach that features stunning views, fun entertainment, and exciting beach activities.
The moment you enter the gate of the beach, you’ll see some sailboats on both sides of the long road. A number of yachts can be seen from a distance as there is an exclusive yacht club nearby. The place is very scenic with its lush trees and sparkling beach. The place is perfect for family outings and individuals who want to relax and enjoy some barbecue and drinks. Nearby stalls and restaurants provide great opportunities for a local food crawl. If you want a little adventure, the beach also provides activities like parasailing and a buggy ride. Just keep in mind that there are warning signs about saltwater crocodiles – be cautious at all times.
Serasa Beach is located in Simpang 287, Muara.
Opening Days and Hours
Serasa Beach is open daily, 24 hours.
Entry Fee and Bookings
Entrance to Serasa Beach is free.
How to Get There
- Fly to Bandar Seri Begawan via Royal Air Brunei.
- From Bandar Seri Begawan, charter a car to Serasa Beach.
- Solo Travellers/Backpackers
Time to Spend
Suggested duration in this attraction is four hours.
Popularity and Best Time to Go
The best time to visit Serasa Beach is from January to April. The weather during these months is perfect for beach trips.
- Buggy Rides
- Beach sports
Apart from nearby food stalls, you can also grab something to munch on from Muara Town Chicken Rice, Red Leaf Restaurant, Meogja Restaurant, Arrebah Restaurant, and Ayamku Restaurant.
- Oceanic Quest Dive Centre
- Meragang Rocks
- Pelong Rocks
For accommodations, you can head over to Palm Garden Hotel, Jubilee Hotel, Times Hotel, Easybox Homestay, Mulia Hotel, Poni Homestay, and LeGallery Suites. Rates range from USD 22 to USD 75.