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Brunei Darussalam may be the second smallest country in Southeast Asia but it is one of the richest countries in the world that also boasts the largest oilfields in Southeast Asia.

Located on Borneo Island, sandwiched between the Malaysian states of Sabah and Sarawak, the oil-and-gas-rich sultanate is a sovereign, independent, democratic Islamic monarchy.

Comprising four districts – Temburong, Tutong, Belait and Brunei Muara – the country is separated into two regions by Sarawak’s Limbang district.

Local Buys

Looking for interesting Brunei souvenirs to bring home? Here are some unique items to consider. Brassware Bronzeware Carved wood items Ceremonial swords Handwoven baskets Hand-tooled silver jewellery Jong sarat Intricately handwoven fabric...

Best Wreck & Reef Dive Sites

Brunei is slowly becoming a go-to destination for divers. Here are some of Brunei's best wreck and reef dive sites. American Wreck Australian Wreck Blue Water Wreck Bolkiah...

Popular Mountains To Climb

Brunei’s mountains may not be the highest in the region but they still offer challenges and adventures for avid climbers. Conquer new heights on...

Famous Mosques

No trip to Brunei is complete without visiting its stunning mosques. Here are five of the country’s famous religious architectures. Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque...

Popular Family-Friendly Activities

Brunei offers enriching and engaging activities for adults and kids alike. Enjoy these fun activities with your family. • Have fun at the amusement park,...

Popular Shopping Places In Bandar Seri Begawan

Get your retail fix at these shopping places in Brunei’s capital city. Aman Hills Shopping Centre Brunei Arts & Handicrafts Training Centre Brunei Times Square Shopping Centre Galleria...

Popular Museums, Arts & Cultural Attractions

Learn more about Brunei’s Malay and Muslim heritage, history and cultural legacy at these attractions. Belait District Museum (Kuala Belait) Brunei Arts & Handicraft Training Centre...

Outdoor Markets

Sample Brunei's iconic foods and shop like a local at these bustling outdoor markets. Kianggeh Market Bandar Seri Begawan, along Kianggeh River, opposite Brunei Hotel Gadong Night...

Key Attractions In Bandar Seri Begawan

When you’re at the sultanate’s capital city, be sure to check out these places to learn more about Brunei’s history, religion, culture and heritage. Brunei...

Best White-Water Rafting Spots

Have fun riding and paddling on an inflatable raft, and navigating through these rivers in Brunei. Belalong River Belalong River Temburong River Temburong River

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