Rail transport in Brunei

Transport in Brunei.

Railways


total: 13 km (private line)
narrow gauge 13 km, track gauge

Roadways


total: 3,650 km
paved: 2,819 km
unpaved: 831 km (2005)

Waterways

209 km; navigable by craft drawing less than 1.2 m (2008)

Pipelines

gas (37 km); oil 18 km (2008)

Ports and harbours

Bandar Seri Begawan, Kuala Belait, Muara, Seria, Tutong

Merchant marine


total: 8 ships (with a volume of 1,000 gross register tons (GRT) or over) totaling 348,476 GRT/340,635 metric tons deadweight (DWT)
ships by type: Liquefied Gas Carrier 8 (
foreign-owned: 1 (United Kingdom) (2008)

Airports

2 (2013)

Airports with paved runways


total: 2
over 3,047 m: 1 (Brunei International Airport)
up to 914 m: 1 (Anduki Airfield)

National airline

Heliports

3 (2007)


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