Visit Brunei for a complete mind-numbing three days trip. For your next southeastern Asian trip, you have to consider Beautiful Brunei. Brunei is generally viewed as the tiniest country, although it is more extensive than Tuvalu and Nauru.
With neighbours as the South China Sea and Malaysia, Brunei is called ” The Abode of peace” by Malaysians or Malay’s local language “, Brunei Darussalam”. Magnificently mounted on the Borneo island, Brunei is the only country to be entirely placed or mapped on the island of Borneo. The Brunei Sultanate is a small but quite wealthy nation with the world’s highest living standards.
Brunei’s Sultan is one of the remaining last monarchs in the world. His accumulated wealth value of $20 billion came from numerous reserves from well-curated economic oil and gas trades. The Sultan of Brunei, Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu’izzaddin Waddaulah ibni Al-Marhum Sultan Haji Omar Ali Saifuddien Sa’adul Khairi Waddien but famously referred to as Sultan Bolkiah, is one of a kind.
This nation amasses significant revenues from its large oil fields, which are the largest in Southeast Asia. Also, the majority of the nation’s populace lives in the country’s eastern region, where the capital of Brunei, Bandar Seri Begawan and its international airport is.
VISIT BRUNEI: THE MOSQUE OF OMAR ALI SAIFUDDIEN:
The Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque is a great prospect and a famously acknowledged landmark. The Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque is one of the most beautiful points of worship in southeastern Asia. Visit Brunei and see the Mosque of Omar Ali Saifuddien standing as a tower over the city of Bander Seri Begawan, the capital of Brunei. It was built in the city’s centre.
Everyone can view the magnificent edifice of this mosque from Various standpoints. The Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque is at Jalan Mcarthur, Bandar Seri Begawan BS8711, Brunei. Thus, the mosque is not easy to miss as the gold-topped towers are in view for all and sundry.
VISIT BRUNEI: KAMPUNG AYER (WATER VILLAGE):
The Water Village is another fascinating cultural heritage everyone can view and be part of in Brunei. The water village, also known as Kampung Ayer by the Malaysian locals, runs all through the river from the centre of the city of Bandar Seri Begawan. This village on water hosts the most significant number of stilt house settlements as recorded worldwide.
One unique feature you will see is the water ferry, or the Bruneians will call it, the water taxi. The water taxi will give you an excellent perception of the ariel life of the locals of homely Kampung Ayer. You are sure also to see the sights of kampung ayer standing on riverside promenades. With about BND 1, which is less than 1 dollar, $0.75 to be exact, you can get a ride across the river on the taxi.
There are also stilt supported pathways for you and your family to walk around in the village and get closer interaction with the settlers. What a practical experience when you visit Brunei! Don’t miss out on these cheap Asian countries for vacation.
KIANGGEH OPEN-AIR MARKET:
Shopping is always a major highlight of every new country travel. And the Kianggeh Market does not disappoint. So be ready to go home with loads of souvenirs for your families and some craft works to hang over your fireplace.
Moreover, the market displays many exotic Asian spices, beads and coral collections, woven clothing items, fishing kits, rugs, paintings, etc. Furthermore, there are lots of things to buy and sample.
Finally, let’s not forget the delicious foods on display by the food stalls that cook up readily prepared foods of the indigenous Brunei people for everyone visiting to partake in the food goodness of Brunei. Also, remember to try the seafood combos when you visit Brunei.
What is more intriguing? The products here are very Cheap! The open-air market can get busy from the early morning hours till evening. The life and activities in the market are a great way to photograph the people at work and see another side or energy of the Bruneians in sustaining their homes and families.
The Kianggeh market is located at Jln Sungai Kianggeh in Bandar Seri Begawan BS8111, Brunei. Once you get to the waterfront, you walk down the path, the bustling market sounds of ongoing trading will become music to your ears. The footbridges provided will take you into the market. Happy Shopping!
Brunei, like every nation, has homes for all of its culturally acquired pieces of history or heritage. Visit Brunei and discover that Brunei has a highly colourful culture, history and monarchial grandeur. This is because these objects of history are so precious and highly preserved. Brunei is the home of many of these museums that showcases the movements of Bruneian civilization.
Hence, just a short bus ride or a taxicab can get you to any of your choice centres from the city’s capital. The museum of Brunei is located at Jln Kota Batu and is open from 9 am to 5 pm.
Finally, the famously known Brunei Darussalam Maritime Museum is open from 9 am to 4:30 pm and is located at 482 Jln Kota Batu. The Malay Technology Museum opens from 9 am to 5 pm and can be found at Simpang 482, kampung Kota Batu. Brunei Darussalam.
Other famous museums are;
- The Royal Regalia Building.
- The Forestry of Brunei’s Museum.
- Bubungan dua belas, which means the “House of Twelve Roofs”, is the Jalan Residency placed at the foot of the prestigious recreational park of the Bukit Subok Forest Reserve. Visit Brunei to seeing an amazing cultural heritage.