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Ever heard of Brunei (Abode of Peace), Negara Brunei Darussalam, or the Sultanate of Brunei? Well, all of them are talking about one region. Still under the Sultan culture, the palaces and museums here make for some of the best tourist destinations in the World. Even though the Sultanate is tightly weaved in the shackles of strict measures, the people of Brunei are extremely welcoming and accommodating. Your Brunei travel guide is sure to consist of a lot of places sprinkled with the magic of royalty and history.
Visa Procedure Brunei has cordial relationships with most countries. Here are the details of the visa formalities that some countries need to follow. The following nationals can enter Brunei visa-free as far as the passport is valid for 6 months:-
Upto 90 days: Iceland, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, US, EU countries and Norway. Upto 30 days: UAE, Malaysia, New Zealand, Oman, Singapore, Ukraine and South Korea. Upto 14 days: Thailand, Vietnam, Canada, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Macau, Maldives, Japan, Laos, Peru, Cambodia, Myanmar and Philippines.
Citizens of Australia, Bahrain, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, China, Qatar and Taiwan may obtain a visa on arrival but it is for different days for each country, so find out from the airport officials.
When to go
The best time to visit Brunei is during the months of October to December. Although it rains during this time, but the weather is very pleasant because of the cool temperatures. The cheapest time to visit is during the months of March to May. January to May is also a good time as these months are the driest months. Sultan’s birthday takes place on 15th July and the National Day is on 23rd February, which are both marked by various festivities.
Destinations to cover
There are plenty of places to see in Brunei. Start with Bandar Seri Begawan for its amazing palaces, shopping opportunities, number of museums and also for back packing. Kampong Ayer has lovely galleries and museums. Jerudong is known for its amusement parks and natural parks. Other places to include in your Brunei Itinerary are Ulu Temburong National Park, Seria, Muara, Bengar and Serasa.
Get in and around There are plenty of answers for the question- ‘How to Reach Brunei’. You can drive into Brunei by car from Sarawak and Malaysia. There are two entry points to Brunei. Brunei International Airport has connections from various different airports in the world. You can also get in by bus and boat as there are various options. To get around, you have to go by car, by bus, by boat and also by tour vans.
Hotels and Food
There are plenty of mid-range as well as luxury options available for accommodation. There are road side cafes for you to have a cheap and quick meal from but the cuisine is mind blowing and you should definitely indulge in some food therapy while you are on a trip to Brunei. Brunei is highly influenced by Malaysian culinary art and hence most of their traditional dishes are matching to the Malaysian ones. Make sure to absorb the aromatic spices and have the indulgent curries to make the most of your trip as eating is one of the main things to do in Brunei.