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Southeast Asia's Longest Bridge and Brunei's 'Green Jewel'

Akhyari Hananto4 months ago
The district of Temburong in Brunei, with its flowing hills, lush flora, and babbling streams, is home to great expanses ...

Brunei to Supply Hydrogen to Japan in 2020

Akhyari Hananto8 months ago
Brunei will supply over 200 metric tonnes (MT) of hydrogen to Japan in 2020, said Minister of Energy Dato Seri ...

Royal Brunei Airlines Introduces Direct Flights to Land of Cherry Blossoms

 Royal Brunei Airlines launched a new service connecting the Brunei capital, Bandar Seri Begawan, with Tokyo Narita on Friday, March ...

Did You Know The Largest Residential Palace In The World Is Located In Southeast Asia?

Adelaida Salikha2 years ago
The official residence of the Sultan of Brunei, The Istana Nurul Iman, is the world's largest residential palace. ...

This Southeast Asian Nation and China Step Up Exploiting Oil and Gas Resources

Adelaida Salikha2 years ago
The joint will merge matches the intention of Beijing’s “Belt and Road Initiative” and Brunei’s Vision 2035 plans. ...

Top 10 Facts about Brunei Darussalam

Akhyari Hananto2 years ago
 Brunei is a tiny, independent, oil-rich country wedged between the states of Sarawak and Sabah on the Malaysian side (northeast) ...

The World's Richest Footballer That You've Never Heard Of. He's From This Region!

Adelaida Salikha2 years ago
This is the richest footballer in the world that you've never heard of. ...

Get To Know The World's Largest Floating Village

Adelaida Salikha2 years ago
Did you also know that this village area is also familiar known as 'The Original Venice of The East' ...

The Least Smoke Country In The World

Adelaida Salikha2 years ago
However, smoking is still a major cause of worry in this nation. ...

‘Sustainable and Profitable’: Eco-tourism Opens Opportunities in Brunei Jungle

In the middle of Brunei’s lush and pristine jungle, eco-tourism is bringing economic opportunities for local people, long struggling to ...