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Drink in Brunei

Posted in on 6-17-13

Drink in Brunei

Brunei is a dry country: alcohol is not sold anywhere in the country and consumption of alcohol in public is prohibited by law. That said, non-Muslim visitors are allowed to bring in up to...

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Sleep in Brunei

Posted in on 6-17-13

Sleep in Brunei

Accommodation in Brunei was until recently famously expensive — there is still only one youth hostel in the entire country — but some reasonably cheap guesthouses can now be found here...

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Stay safe in Brunei

Posted in on 6-17-13

Stay safe in Brunei

Brunei, like Malaysia, Indonesia, and Singapore, has very strict laws when it comes to drugs. Drug trafficking to a certain degree has a mandatory death sentence in this country. Other...

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Respect in Brunei

Posted in on 6-17-13

Respect in Brunei

The Brunei Government is run as a Malay Islamic Monarchy (MIB), and the Sultan of Brunei, apart from being one of the richest men in the world, is in charge and frequently appears on the...

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Contact in Brunei

Posted in on 6-17-13

Contact in Brunei

By phone The international code for Brunei is 673. The telephone numbers in Brunei consist of 7 digits with no local codes, although the first digit of the number indicates the area such as...

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Kampong Sungai Tujoh information

Posted in on 5-8-13

Kampong Sungai Tujoh information

Kampong Sungai Tujoh is a village that is located in the Belait district of Brunei. It is not known if the village was named after the river of Sungai Tujoh or vice versa. The commercial...

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Kuala Belait travel information

Posted in on 5-8-13

Kuala Belait travel information

Population : 64,770 Area : 91.06 km² (35.2 sq mi) Kuala Belait is a town located in Brunei. It is the second largest town in the country, after Bandar Seri Begawan, the capital of Brunei...

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Muara travel information

Posted in on 5-8-13

Muara travel information

Muara is a town in the Brunei and Muara district, Brunei. It contains the country’s only deep-water port. Muara is the Malay word for estuary.

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