In the early light of the morning, I met up with Brn at the popular JingChiew (..aka the photobloggers secretariat..) prior to the day’s outing. We were later joined by Anakbrunei. We started the day’s outing from the Kampung behind the AG Chambers, all the way to Kg. Tamoi via Kg. Sg. Kedayan and the capital passing thru the serene Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien mosque, Yayasan and the Makam Kubah Diraja. The shady day makes it bearable to walk the mile long walk along the titian (wooden walkway), like anakbrunei said ‘We just did the 19 hole not 18 hole golf walk!
Kg Ayer is a photographer’s paradise with millions of that Kodak moment. Kg. Ayer or ‘Water Village’ referred as ‘Venice of the East’, is a collection of 30 villages made up of intricate mazes of housing, mosque and schools. It is home to 30,000 of mostly Brunei Malays living in houses built on stilts. One can capture the sights and sounds of the Brunei’s people, tradition and culture.