Teraja, Labi and Rampayoh in the Belait District have been identified as a tourist destination, comparable to Ulu-Ulu Temburong. However, it has a new concept, which is, sustainable, responsible and inclusive tourism. The planning was shared by the Minister of Primary Resources and Tourism while responding to the proposal by Yang Berhormat Awang Hanapi bin Mohd Siput.

Yang Berhormat added, the project will not interfere with the wildlife, forest or villagers by changing the architecture or outlooks in the said areas. Hence, the ministry is seeking Labi or Rampayoh as the centre base for tourist agencies and to allow tourists to register prior to entering the forest or visiting waterfalls in Teraja Forest. The Ministry also seeks to attract more wildlife including those from foreign countries to settle down in Teraja.

Source: Radio Television Brunei