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Brunei Darussalam is a small, independent, oil-rich country known for its sultanate royal legacy. It is located northeast just in between of Sarawak and Sabah of Malaysia. Brunei Darussalam embodies its name that means “abode of peace” as a visit to this humble country offer you its peace and serenity of nature, free from the bustling of the busy road. Brunei is considered to be the most observant Islamic nation amongst countries in Southeast Asia. With beautiful mosques becoming most of the landmarks in the country, its Islamic culture warmly welcomes visitors inside of mosques when it is outside of prayer times with proper attire. The village lifestyle and culture of Brunei has also taken the interest of people to visit Brunei.
Bandar Seri Bagawan
Bandar Seri Begawan is Brunei’s beloved capital city with the most visitors among all states in Brunei. Its top attraction that calls people to visit the country is their mosque of Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque that is said to be Southeast Asia’s most beautiful mosque. Situated afloat on a pool of water, its magnificent gold-domed structure gleams even from afar. The exterior and interior design of the mosque foresees 16th-century royal barge, Italian marble, British chandeliers and Saudi Arabian carpets that make this gem an architectural masterpiece of Southeast Asia.
The royal palace Istana Nurul Iman which translates to “Palace of The Light of Faith” is a place that no visitor of Brunei will miss as it is the world’s largest royal residence. The extravagant palace that has 1800 rooms symbolizes both traditional Malay and contemporary Islamic styles.
Kampong Ayer which translates to “water village” in Malay is one of the largest stilt house settlements in the world. It has become a place where people visit to discover the culture and the lifestyle of the local villagers there. In order to reach there, visitors must take a ferry and take a stroll down its boardwalks.
Ulu Temburong National Park
Ulu Temburong National Park is Brunei’s rainforest that remains untouched by deforestation. A trip down this conservation park will lead you to the discovery of hidden waterfalls and natural pools. Its vast canopy walks through the jungle gives you an experience of serenity.
Located 30 minutes away from the capital Bandar Begawan, the Muara Beach of Brunei gives one of the best tropical experience as the palm tree stretches beyond the South China Sea and the sunset gazes the beach every evening.
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