A place where you can experience a contemporary lifestyle with affluent culture
Brunei Darussalam – A South East Asian country packed with copious attractions that tourists from all places simply love to visit. Brunei is an ideal for those people who have a zeal for beaches and museums. Famous for its cultural and historic beauty, it is a place that appeals tourists worldwide.
Below mentioned are some must see place of the country:
The Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque:
With its remarkable beauty, it is a place where you should visit during your stay in Brunei. It is the most prestigious and splendor architectural edifice with the striking views besides the Brunei River. The view becomes more impressive at night when it’s lights illuminate the sky’s evening glow.
The Royal Regalia Museum:
Built in an honor of country’s Majesty this museum is located in the center of the country’s capital. It holds the relics of the Brunei’s royal family. This museum also contains the Sultan’ jeweled crowns used for coronation ceremonies. It also has royal chariots with sultan’s throne and its armory in silver and gold. The museum exhibits the complete history of Brunei along with constitutional, royal, cultural and political aspects. One visit to the Royal Regalia Museum will enlighten you with the glorified past of the place.
Bandar Seri Begawan:
It is not only the capital of the country, but also the most visited places of Brunei. Every year incalculable tourists visit to see the real heart of Brunei Darussalam. You will find the Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque here. Tourists are amazed to experience the true Brunei culture here. A trip to this beautiful country cannot be said completed until and unless you do not visit its capital.
The Istana Nurul Iman:
Situated on the banks of Brunei River, this place is a few miles outside of the city. Here you will find the formal residence of country’s Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, which is famous as the world’s biggest residential palace. Spread in the area of 2,252,782 square feet, this fort has 1,788 rooms. During the annual Hari Raya Aidilfitri, this palace is open for public. Hari Raya Aidilfitri is an Islamic celebration, which is celebrated every year with great enthusiasm. Visitors highly enjoy the compliments like food, drinks with a packet of money given to young kids. So, if you are planning to visit Brunei Darussalam, do not think to miss the chance of exploring the Istana Nurul Iman, the biggest fort in the world as it has such exquisite that amazes its every visitor.
Above mentioned are some of the attractions of Brunei Darussalam, so if you get a chance you should feel free to discover and explore other beautiful places of this fascinating country.