Kampong Sungai Teraban - Transportation


The main roads linking the ferry crossing towards the Malaysian border (11 kilometers) and towards Rasau bridge are surfaced. Not all the roads in the village are surfaced.

There is a scheduled bus service that runs through the village from the bus station in Kuala Belait to the immigration post at Sungai Tujoh (towards Miri).

A ferry used to connect Kampong Sungai Teraban to Kuala Belait town to the east. The ferry operated from 6am to 6pm and there was a charge of $3 one way for taking the ferry across the river. The ferry is no longer in service.

There are no airports in the village. Commercial travellers would have to travel to either Bandar Seri Begawan or Miri to catch a commercial flight.

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