KBFSC Day Trip

The Kuala Belalong Field Studies Centre (KBFSC) was established during a joint expedition of the Royal Geographical Society (RGS), London, and Universiti Brunei Darussalam (UBD), in the early 1990s. During the launching expedition, 74 scientists of various specialisations have conducted research at the KBFSC. Brunei Darussalam is home to some of the most diverse and species-rich forests on earth. Recent research findings by the scientists attached to the KBFSC indicate that there are still plant and animal species waiting to be discovered in the Belalong forest. The behavior and ecological roles of the majority of species reported in this forest remain completely unknown. The core mission of the KBFSC is to generate, describe and disseminate knowledge in Science and Education related to the vast diversity of Brunei’s tropical rainforests, including all the varied life forms and ecosystem processes.

Read more about KBFSC here.

The itinerary of the trip can be found here.

 

Angled view over KBFSC

 

A Row of long boats outside the centre

 

Bottom view of forest canopy

 

The FishEye Waterfall

 

Pictures credit: Mahdi Hussainmiya