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Eco-friendly travel guide to Bandar Seri Begawan advises how to be a responsible tourist. Learn how to explore the attractions in a sustainable way and how to respect the local people and culture. Make your trip green by supporting locally owned hotels, organic restaurants and other businesses. Read more on how to protect the environment by making conscientious choices and how to travel green in Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei.

  • Air quality: 3.5 / 5
  • Exploring by foot: 4 / 5
  • Exploring by bicycle: 4 / 5
  • Public transportation: 4 / 5
  • Parks: 4 / 5
  • Outdoor activities: 4 / 5
  • Locals' English level: 3.5 / 5
  • Safety: 3.5 / 5
  • Accommodation: US$40 - $200
  • Budget per day: US$60 - $250

Responsible Travel

Bandar Seri Begawan is the Capital of Brunei It is a popular tourist destination. As a tourist travelling to Bandar Seri Begawan there are many things you should keep in mind in order to play your role as a responsible tourist. You need to make sure that you are not exploiting the environment in any way. You should give back in every way possible. Some of the ways to travel responsibly are:

  • Do not litter: Wherever you go, carry a disposable bag with you. Use the dustbins that are designated for trash disposable. Recycle things and be conscious of how much plastic waste you are disposing.
  • Avoid travelling in private vehicles: Instead of taking taxis and hiring private cars, use public transport, bicycles or just walk. Not only will that allow you to get to know the city in a more intimate manner but it will also be extremely eco friendly.
  • Carry around metal straws: It may sound like a very insignificant thing to do but every year millions of plastic straws are thrown into the sea endangering the wildlife. Carrying a disposable metal straw will not only be easy and hygienic for you but will also make a massive difference in the environment.
  • Supporting local businesses: Instead of buying from multinational chains, try to support the local artisans and entrepreneurs. This will lift up the local economy and you will not be contributing to the unethical ways of the multinational chains who do not dispose off their waste in a sustainable way or have a sustainable business model.

Air Quality and Pollution

Pollution is quite a common problem in the town and some traces of it can be seen from the sea. However, the pollution that is visible from the sea is a result of oil spills and garbage that come from nearby countries. There are also a number of factories in Bandar Seri Begawan that contribute to air pollution.

People have taken action to make the surrounding areas free from all the pollutants. They are trying to clean up the environment by enacting relevant policies to eradicate pollution and make the area safe for the tourists.

Air quality level - Moderate

Air quality index- 58US AQI

Respect the Culture

The Brunei government has established a new cultural center in Bandar Seri Begawan called the Center for Arts and Cultures (Centrum) where it will conduct cultural programs and activities to build a more respect and appreciation of the culture. This city has been designated as the "City of the Future" by the Indonesia Tourism Industry Association.

  • Many religions are practices from Buddhism to Hinduism to Islam and it is essential for you to respect all the religions. Make sure none of your actions hurt the religious sentiment of people.
  • Never frown upon the food that is served to you and be gracious to your host.
  • The traditional music like Angkluck, traditional dance of Legong and the traditional Indonesian cuisine is something worth witnessing/trying. Always show interest when you learn about these things.
Balinese dancers ready to perform Legong

Top 10 Places to Visit

Bandar Seri Begawan, or Bandar Malaysia is one of the most important cities of Brunei, an island in the south of the Indian Ocean. It is also famous for its opulent and colorful Sultan's Palace, surrounded by an artificial lagoon and adorned with ornate stucco, and with an ancient, yet modern mosque.

  • Sultan's palace: The Sultan's palace is another famous landmark in Bandar Seri Begawan, with many tourists flocking there each year to admire the architecture and marvel at its rich traditional Islamic culture. The Royal Regal Building highlights a gold carriage and several luxurious gifts given to the Sultan by visitors.
  • Jame Asr Hassani Bolkiah mosque: To the north is the Royal Regal Building, with multiple golden domes and exquisite items presented by visitors. The Jame Asr Hassani Bolkiah mosque features a golden carriage and numerous luxury gifts given to the sultan by visitors. To the southeast, is the Sultan's mosque with a wooden tower, while the Royal Palace overlooks the entire city from the roof of the Old Fort. This is a multi-storeyed mosque that is also the headquarters of the government. Inside, there are many statues of the Sultan, the late Sultan Jefri Bolkiah and other important figures. The surrounding area also boasts of many beautiful buildings and gardens. A museum and a beachside aquarium are two of the many attractions in this area.
  • Royal Palace: Royal Palace, also known as the Prince Albert Hotel. This is one of the most popular hotels in this area. Situated on the top floor, it is an elegant and stylish structure, with marble walls. It features a swimming pool and a restaurant. Other nearby attractions include the Jame Asr Hassanil Bolkiah mosque, which has a golden carpet.
  • Kampong Ayer: Kampong Ayer is an ancient settlement area in Bandar Seri Begun, the second largest city of Brunei. It literally translates to 'water village.' Kampong Ayer contains a cluster of traditionally built stilt villages constructed along the Brunei River, primarily in the vicinity of the modern-day City Centre or Pusat Banda. They are mostly built around a freshwater spring, which attracts a good number of locals. Most of them are located on the banks of the river and they are designed according to traditional architecture.
  • Istana Iman: The Istana Iman is the official home of the Sultan of Sultanate, Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah. The residence is located on the highest, most famous branch of a vast, emerald-green Riverside sprawl of rocky mountains on the bank of the Brunei River, only a few kilometers away from the capital of Brunei. This beautiful piece of property is surrounded by some of the best views in the entire country.
  • Royal Sultan Haji’s palace: The Sultan Haji's house of Sultan Hussain bin Ali, located in the capital of Brunei, serves as the inspiration for many luxury hotels and other luxury accommodations located throughout the country. The house of Sultan Hussain bin Ali has become one of the finest places to stay in all of Brunei.
  • Brunai river: The Brunei River, also known as the Borneo River, is a long river that flows through Brunei, leading to the South-eastern direction. The Istana Muhibbah, the official home of the Sultan of Brunei lies on its banks. The longest river in Bruneian Darussalam, the river provides a good gateway to the rest of the country. The river was the only mode of transportation until recent times, but today it is being used as an inland waterway by ferry, road and rail. It can take several days to cross this river.
  • Mar Ali Saifudin Mosque: The mar Ali Saifudin Mosque is a beautiful Islamic mosque in Bandar Seria, the capital of Brunei, which is located in the centre of the city. It is considered to be one of the largest and best mosques in Asia, and is also considered to be a major tourist attraction in the country. Tourists from different parts of the world come to see this magnificent building, and many of them say it is one of their favourite tourist attractions in all the islands of this region.
Jame' Asr Hassanil Bolkiah Mosque is the brainchild of His Majesty the Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu'izzaddin Waddaulah and Yang Dipertuan Negara Brunei Darussalam


People love to go on a vacation in Brunei because there are so many things to do and see. One can spend his or her time at the beach, in the parks, shopping at the markets, dining at the restaurants, or spending time with their loved ones. Since Brunei is located along the equator, the weather is always sunny and cool during the day time and warm and tropical at night. This also means that during the summer season, Brunei is a hot tourist spot for the tourists. In contrast, during the winter season, Brunei becomes cold and one needs to take precautions while travelling to this destination.

City Parks

  • Kuta Bird Sanctuary: Here you will find the world's largest collection of birds. You will find hundreds of birds from all over the world and several rare species. The water feature at the sanctuary is also very impressive. You will also get the opportunity to visit the wildlife museum in the area. The museum has a lot of information about these animals, their life cycles and their habits.
  • Jerudong park: Jerudong park also houses an aquarium. Here you can find some beautiful fish, coral reefs and marine life. During your stay in the amusement zone, you can also try the different water sports like diving, snorkeling, fishing, jet skiing and surfing. If you are interested in watching other people in the water, then you can try swimming, kayaking or windsurfing. If you do not have much time to explore the water sports, you can visit the fish pond and see the exotic animals living in the pond. The park is not only full of fun activities, but it also has a wide variety of shopping shops and dining options.
Jerudong park entrance

National Parks

When it comes to holidaying in Brunei, the best place to visit is the world-famous national parks in Bandar Seri Begawan. If you are a nature lover then you will be delighted by all the beautiful wildlife that dwell in these forests. The scenery here is breathtaking and the wildlife will certainly make your holidays interesting and memorable.


Beaches in Bandar Seri Begawan are considered as the most beautiful beaches in Brunei. This is because of the combination of nature and man, which give the place an exotic appearance that cannot be compared to any other tourist attraction anywhere in the world. The beauty of nature comes through the amazing natural scenery and the picturesque setting of this area. In fact, many tourists come here every year to relax and enjoy the beauties of this place.

  • Muara beach: Natural beauty is what draws visitors to Muara in the first place, so it is easy to find a place to relax, or even find a picnic spot on one of the beaches. Muara boasts three beaches: namely, Damai Beach (popular for its crystal blue waters and white sand); Alang Beach, which is made up of wide sandy bars and restaurants; and Jema Beach, which features a wide expanse of sand, with the occasional hibiscus flower bloom.
Muara beach


  • Sultan palace: The Sultan's Palace is one of the most prominent landmarks places in Bandar Seri Begawan, Indonesia. This palace is part of the Old Town in Bandar Seri Begawan. It is also known as 'Al-Azhar' Mosque, since the mosque was originally built centuries ago during the Islamic era of the time. Sultan Muhammad V (the fifth Sultan of Indonesia) founded it as a royal court. It became an important centre of education, culture, and government.
  • Jemaah Islamiah Mosque: Beside this landmark in Bandar Seri Begawan, there is also the Jemaah Islamiah Mosque. which is another beautiful mosque. It is a nine-story building with a wooden minaret. Beside this mosque is the Al-Azhar Mosque. It is a beautifully made stone structure.
  • Old Town: Beside the Sultan's Palace and the Jemaah Islamiah Mosque, is also the old town. The old town is also known as the old Borneo city, due to its architecture, colonial look, and people's habitation. Here you will find many historical artifacts, museums, palaces, and old churches.
  • Sephirot Museum and cementery: You will find many historical and religious buildings in this Sephirot. The main one of these is the Sephirot Cementery. This historic building houses the oldest monument dating back to the time of King Sutan Sultanate.
  • Al-Quds Al-Kadim: This is also the oldest mosque of the region, founded by Sultan Abu Dhabi in 1790. Beside this, you can find other historical structures in this Sephirot. Some of the important ones are the Old Fort, the Sultan's Palace, the Al-Azhar Mosque, the Old Market, and the Al-Qurra Mosque.
  • Gadong Night Market in Bandar Seri Begawan: When you get off the plane at Bandar Seri Begawan, Malaysia, you'll immediately be greeted by one of the highlights of your trip: the Gadong Night Market. This is where locals and visitors alike gather to partake of traditional food, drink, and entertainment as well as a number of souvenirs and art items.
  • Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque: It is ranked as one of the most beautiful mosques in Asia Pacific. It is not only a site for worship but also a major tourist attraction due to its stunning architecture. You should definitely see the mosque on your trip to Bandar Seri Begawan.
Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque at night


  • The Royal Ragalia museum: The Royal Ragalia museum in Bandar Seri Begawan is an authentic museum housed in an ancient brick building which is situated on the edge of the bay on which the Sultanate buildings sit. The museum is home to some of the oldest and most elaborate collections of artifacts from the Sultanate era. The museum is also a very popular attraction for local tourists and locals from all over the country. The Royal Ragalia Museum is also referred to as the Royal Regalia building and has been known to be the birthplace of the Sultan's famous ceremonial headgear - the Bakri. The museum is also a very popular tourist attraction due to its close proximity to the Royal Palace of Bandar Seri Begavan.
  • Kampong Ayer

Kampong Ayer has also become an attraction for those who are interested in collecting authentic antique or modern artifacts. Many tourists come here to experience the real beauty of the world around them, and also to get an insight into the history and culture of Asia.

Kampong Ayer is one of the most unique destinations in Malaysia. It is a fascinating blend of old and new cultures. The town is home to some of the finest examples of traditional Malay culture and Malay arts and crafts. The museum is also an excellent place for any tourist to experience the true beauty of Southeast Asia.

  • The Malay Technology museum

The Malay Technology museum is a fascinating museum situated in Bandar Seri Begawan, Bandar Seri Buidhe, Brunei-Malaysia District, Brimah. It is located next to the Sultanate Museum.

This museum was founded by Mr. David Luebke, an American businessman who was born in New Jersey and came to Malaysia as a student in 1966. He later established a manufacturing plant in Brunei in the 1980s and later moved to Bandar Seri Buidhe and founded the Malay Technology museum in Bandar Seri Buidhe, Brunei-Brunei District, Brimah.


If you are planning a trip to Banda and are looking for a vegetarian restaurant then this restaurant is definitely a good choice. There are many options available in this restaurant for your meal. The vegetarian menu consists of starters, salads, appetizers, pastas, pizzas, and desserts. For people who are looking for something different then try out the desserts.

Traditional Local Restaurants

In Bandar Seri Begawan, Malaysia, you can find traditional local restaurants and hawker centers offering a variety of traditional dishes. These dishes range from rice to mutton to a wide variety of other foods.

  • Riwaz
  • Kaizen sushi
  • Thein Thein restaurant
  • Aminah arif restaurant

Vegetarian and Vegan

If you are planning a trip to Banda and are looking for a vegetarian restaurant then this restaurant is definitely a good choice. There are many options available in this restaurant for your meal. The vegetarian menu consists of starters, salads, appetizers, pastas, pizzas, and desserts. For people who are looking for something different then try out the desserts.

  • Kaizen sushi
  • Tasek Brasserie
  • Mituo Vegeterian restaurant
  • Pureland vegetarian

Street Food

Most of the food that you will be able to find in the area of the tourist city of Bandar Seri Begawan is good for travelers and for people who want to see a bit of culture and a taste of local culture before they head on to their hotel. However, if you want to enjoy the food that you can find while you are in town, you should know how to find it and where to find it.

  • Ambuyat
  • Nasi katok
  • Kelupis
  • Pulut panggang
  • Bamboo chicken
  • Selurut
  • Tapai
  • Kuih cincin


If you are planning to travel to Indonesia, you should consider taking a sip of the popular drink in Bandar Seri Begawan. Known for its medicinal properties and being one of the most popular beverages in the whole of Indonesia, it is a perfect choice for both tourists and locals alike.

  • Turmeric lemonade
  • Iced coconut cappuccino
  • Ais kachang
  • Kopi
  • The Tarik


For the residents of Bandar Seri Begawan, it may not be the most pleasant water quality in the city, but they do have some options when it comes to making up for it. The town is in Malaysia, and as such, the quality of the tap-water comes from the city's own sources.

In some areas, the tap-water quality in Bandar Seri Begawan may not be very good at all. This is because it is supplied by a local supplier who has used chemicals as an industrial by-product. These chemicals are left over from the production of steel and other types of equipment. This may not be a problem if you are in this area, as the amount that is used is only a few hundred milligrams every week, but if you live in the city itself, it can make a huge difference.

Organic Cafés

Danes cafe

Danes cafe is a popular restaurant in Bandar Seri Begawan. It is a favorite hangout for locals and tourists alike. It also serves some good food and drinks for those who are interested in a relaxing atmosphere and a comfortable atmosphere to dine in. Located just a stone's throw away from the sea, it offers a serene and comfortable place to have a nice meal.

The cafe also serves a variety of drinks and other drinks and you can choose from many of them. Some of the drinks served in the cafe include the coffee and tea concoctions, fruit juices, alcoholic drinks and many more.

The place has a lot of options for children and adults. Kids love to eat their favorite foods and drinks at the cafe. However, it does not serve kids unless it is a kids' only cafe. It has lots of seating options for kids of different ages and even with little ones.


One of the most popular bars in BSB is 'Zambong,' a bar called in BSB as the 'King of Bars.' This bar is owned by an Englishman called David, and has a reputation of being one of the best bars in Bandar seri Begawan.

Another bar in BSB called 'Mallen' is another popular pub that is located in the heart of BSB. David and his friend's brother own the bar, and it is said to be the oldest bar in all of Sultan's town. There are also many other bars throughout the city that have their own unique name such as 'Pantah.' The atmosphere at all of these bars is similar but not identical, and the different bar styles are often attributed to their owners.


Bandar Seri Begawan, which means "the palace in the sea", is one of the most beautiful hotels in Bandar Seri, the capital of Sultanate of Sultanahmet, on the tropical island of Borneo in Southeast Asia. It is popular for its opulent architecture, decorated with ornate stained glass, and surrounded by an emerald lagoon. To the north is the Royal Regalia building, displaying a lavish gold carriage and exquisite gifts presented to the Sultan.

The activities in Bandar Seri are amazing. Here you can enjoy a range of water sports, visit the local temples, museums, and cultural attractions. The island is known for its sandy beaches and a warm climate. This is what makes it so popular with tourists from all over the world.

One of the activities in Bandar Seri is diving. This is very common as the island is located in the southern Pacific Ocean. Diving allows you to explore the underwater world, especially coral reefs. You can go scuba diving, snorkeling, or simply enjoy a dip in the ocean. The island has many different dive sites, depending on your level of skill. For beginners it is recommended that you rent diving equipment before setting out. There are dive shops and companies in the city of Bandar Seri where you can rent your equipment.

Yoga and Retreats

The retreats and yoga in Bandar Seri Begawan are an excellent way to get away from it all. The beach resort town on the western tip of Malaysia is known for its fantastic weather, and many tourists have chosen to make this their vacation destination. It's a popular choice due to the number of natural wonders that you'll find here, including some incredible beaches and waterfalls, stunning sunsets, stunning natural rain forests, and some truly amazing wildlife. Many tourists also choose to bring along their pets to enjoy the beauty of the land as well as the beach and water sports that are available.


Accommodation in Bandar Seri Begawan is not that difficult when you look around. You can choose the cheapest hotel, which will also offer you the facilities that are required by you for your stay at the place. There are various hotels in Baga, which are available in different packages that will help you to avail the best services.

You can choose various accommodation options such as hotels, villas, apartments and other types of accommodation depending on your requirement and budget. However, you should make sure that you do some research before finalizing your deal with any place. This will help you get the best deals and will also ensure that you will have the best service that is available in this place.

Green Hotels

If you have planned your stay in Bandar Seri for a week or more, you might want to consider booking a room in one of the many luxurious villas available. You will be surprised to find that many of the villas are serviced by a swimming pool, gymnasium and even tennis court facilities.

  • Mulia hotel

The lush tropical scenery and friendly hospitality of the area have earned the award-winning Mulia hotel in Brunei as a favorite for tourists wishing to experience an idyllic holiday. This small island is situated about 3 kilometers away from the beautiful city of Sultanah Bahru in the western corner of the nation. The town is a great destination for tourists who visit the area, as it is situated in an important location within the royal Alor Setar Malaysia, which was granted its independence in 1957.

Hostels and Guest Houses



Couchsurfing offers a lot of different offers that you should take into account. If you want to spend some time in Indonesia, you can choose from surfing, hiking, scuba diving or even just sightseeing.

You can also sign up for the Couchsurfing mailing list, this way you can get updated on upcoming events, new surf spots and all the other offers that are being offered by Couchsurfing. It's an awesome way to stay connected.


The best camping location in the area is the beach of Jumeriah which has a huge stretch of beach for people who want to spend their days swimming. The area is very popular for swimming. There is no shortage of facilities here as there are swimming pools, boating areas and many other activities that one can do to enjoy their time. Most of the visitors staying at these beaches here prefer to spend their days lying on the grass with the water lapping against their feet. Many people here like to swim when the sun is shining.

This camping location has many other attractions as well as water sports such as fishing, snorkeling, sailing and diving. There are also various water sports available such as scuba diving and windsurfing. All these activities are very exciting for children and teenagers. There are also several things that one can do on the beaches to pass their time and also enjoy themselves.

How to Get There

Bandar Seri Begavan is the second largest city in Brunei, a small country on the island of Malaysia. It is known for its opulent Sultan Muhammad V's mosque, adorned with exquisite stained glass, chandeliers and antique marble. Nearby, the Imperial Regalia Building presents lavish gifts and an elaborate gold carriage.


When traveling to Bandar Seri via the air, it is always important to be sure of the weather forecast ahead of time, as the temperature may drop very low overnight. If you plan your trip well, it will allow you to enjoy the sun and sand without having to worry about the weather.

You can visit the city by plane from Bandar Seri airport. However, it is better to travel by train as it offers greater comfort and convenience for your trip. It also gives you an opportunity to explore the city.


The bus terminal of this place is located near the Old Market of the area. Bus service is also available from there. You can take this bus to anywhere that you want to go in the area and you don't even have to worry about how to get there because you will have a driver to take care of all the details for you.

The bus station in Bandar Seri Begawan is located near to the Old Market and it is very close to the shopping area. The shopping area is popular because there are many stalls selling everything from food to clothing to souvenirs.


There is also a railway line linking Bali to Bandar Seri, allowing visitors to travel to Bali via train. However, taking the train is not advisable during the monsoon, as the climate in Bali is quite humid.


If you are into hitchhiking as a hobby and want to experience the beautiful country of Bali, then you must go to the popular trekking destination of Bandar Seri Begawan. This is where you will find many of the best treks that offer exciting scenic and adventure travel opportunities. In this article we will be taking a look at some of the most famous treks on this part of Bali that are worth taking.


Moving Around


If you would like a little more excitement, there is nothing better than going on a walking experience. There are plenty of hiking trails that can lead you through many of the lush tropical forests that the island has. Of course, these trails are not always the most obvious, but when you are hiking with people you know, it is a great way to share the experience.


Cycling through this region is very popular and most people do it during the night. During the day, the roads are quite busy, but at night you get to enjoy the sights and sounds of the locals enjoying their lives. The local people are very friendly and you will even see some of them eating at the roadside stalls!

Electronic Vehicles

Public Bus

A bus service operated by the local government of Bandar Seri Begawan is a good choice if you are looking for a convenient, inexpensive and safe way to travel around. This Bus Service is provided by the municipality as part of the overall development plan for the area. Buses that run in Bandar Seri Begawan are part of the transport network that serves the whole region, from the airport, through the city centre and the centre of the city itself. There are also buses that make stops along the way. These stops are important as they serve a purpose.

Tram, Train and Subway

The subway in Bandar Seri Begawan has its own terminal, which means you can either use the public bus or taxi from the terminal. You will have to use public transportation that will cost you about 15 Pesos per person. Most people will find this a bit expensive.

Sustainable Shopping

Many people travel to the place in large groups to take advantage of all the shopping options that are available. It is quite common for couples to go on a couple of holidays to Banda Seri Begawan together. This is because it is one of the most popular shopping destinations that many people visit. Most of the malls in the area have shops that cater to couples and families.

Food Markets

The food market name in Bandar Seri Begawan, Indonesia is not as important as you think it might be, and it certainly should not be your first stop before making a trip to Bali. You may have visited some of the best restaurants and eateries in Bali, but they were all either in the centre of Bali or at the edge of town.

Flea Markets

If you are looking for a place to find all kinds of interesting items in Bandar Seri Begawan then flea markets should definitely be one of your top choices. They are very popular in this part of Bali and it is easy to see why: these markets provide great opportunities to find all kinds of unique things for very cheap, so even if you only come here once or twice for a holiday then you will be able to save a lot of money.

Second Hand Stores

When shopping at second hand stores in Bandar Seri Begawan, Indonesia, don't forget to check out the accessories available for the various pieces of jewelry you buy. Be sure to look for special stones and designs that will complement your outfit or hairstyle. Be sure to shop around and compare prices, as well.



One of the most common ways of recycling in Bandar Seri Begawan is to use plastic bags. Plastic bags are usually given out free to residents of the city. You can also use small boxes to put your recyclable material. These bags can be used to store anything from newspapers, bottles to glass. But, it is important to place them in proper bins so that they can easily get recycled. Place these bins around the garbage cans in your home or anywhere that you are going to place them. This will also help you know where to go for a quick trash pickup.


Garbage collection has a great impact in Bandar Seri Begawan. The garbage collection is performed daily at the local garbage bin and some time later it reaches to the waste and recycling section. The garbage is collected in plastic bags and the collection truck is then taken back to the place where it's located.

Work and Study Abroad

If you are a student, you will find that the higher education in BSS is well-known, and a large number of students go to University in BSS. so that they may continue their studies.

If you are looking for a place that offers an outstanding way to learn the Spanish language, then you should definitely consider studying in Bandar Seri Begawan, Malaysia. This is a city in Southeast Asia with a large population of Filipinos. The Filipino population of the city makes up a great majority and you can easily see both native and non-native speakers in this city. Aside from being native to this city, it also offers a wide variety of opportunities to study in this country. This is especially true if you are looking for a school that offers affordable classes.

When it comes to work in Bandar Seri Begawan, the salary is quite high. The government has given a tax break for those who want to be employed here so this means that there is no limit to what you can earn here. This is really great news for anyone who would like to work in such an amazing place.

Exchange Student

Au Pair


Many voluntary organizations in Bandar Seri Begawan provide their members with a good experience and a rewarding experience in a place where there are no tensions of different cultures and religions. You can be part of these programs to fulfill your desire to do something great for society.

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