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Bandar Seri Begwan Flights Guide

Bandar Seri Begwan, Brunei DarussalamModest, unassuming Bandar Seri Begawan (BSB) is not exactly what you would expect for a city built on oil money. You'll see very few outward displays of wealth in BSB, and its plain, square buildings aren't the typical architecture you'd expect to find in Southeast Asia. The city recently gained its independence from Britain in 1984, and most of the locals' activities center on the city's malls, restaurants, mosques, and illicit parties.

Public buses are the cheapest way to get around, with routes that cover most of the interesting sights around the city. All of the bus routes begin and end at the bus terminal at Jalan Cator. You can pick up helpful Explore Brunei booklets and bus route maps from the tourist information center.

One of BSB's most popular attractions is the magical-looking Kampong Ayer, or water village. Best reached by water taxi, the village features hundreds of houses that appear to be floating on water. The locals are friendly and often willing to open up their homes to visitors. There's also the Sultan's palace, Istana Nurul Iman, one of the largest and most expensive private residences in the world. The palace is only open to visitors 3 days a year, right after Ramadan, but many tourists still stop to take a photo of the lavish estate's front gate. There are also a number of beautiful mosques, including Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque, which is essentially the center of BSB life in the evenings, with locals gathering in this area to pray, shop, and eat. Near the city center, you'll find the Royal Regalia Museum, which exhibits royal items used in the coronation, as well as gifts the Sultan has received over the years from dignitaries around the world.

Be sure to try nasi katok, a local dish of rice and spicy curried beef or chicken. Keep in mind that Brunei is a dry country, so alcohol is not sold anywhere and the consumption of alcohol in public is illegal. Luckily, this doesn't mean drinking is completely prohibited. Non-Muslim visitors can bring up to 2L of alcohol into the country every 48 hours, and many high-end restaurants permit guests to bring their own alcohol.