#np Whatever's meant to be will work out perfectly. -Avril Lavigne
Okays, so it's the first time I'm taking the ferry from Labuan to Brunei, heck for the my whole 14 year old life in Brunei I haven't even been to the jetty let alone take a ferry. And since I realise a lot of people didn't even know the existence of this mode of transportation, I will photoblog it, more like a guide I guess...
There are 2 trips per day leaving to Brunei one at 9.30 am and the other is 1.30pm. The boat ride is 1 hour from Labuan to Brunei.
Tickets cost RM 35. REMEMBER REMEMBER to bring your PASSPORT when you buy the tickets!
When boarding they'll tear off 1 part of your ticket and then have your bags scanned. Then you'll see the immigration.
And the ferry is super cold so bring an extra sweater.
Arriving in Brunei:
And fnally i'm out...seriously, I have NEVER been here my entirely life and I'm probably gonna take the plane on my next trip.
And they seriously need to work on their WiFi, I had connection in the immigration but then none when I'm out. I mean seriously, the important place to actually have WiFi for foreigners to get in touch with people is when you're waiting for your car to arrive and all. Super inconvenient....
My trip here was kinda bumpy though due to the weather. I mean realllly bumpy, some people we're screaming not whole way long, bless us.. Just when it was exceptionally bumpy.
(July 18, 2013)