Telecommunications infrastructure and services throughout Brunei are of a generally high standard and the country ranks well in Asia in terms of both telecom service penetration and infrastructure facilities.
Information on Brunei Darussalam’s largest telecom provider
Brunei has benefited from moderately well-maintained monetary stability and a relatively high level of market openness that facilitates engagement with the world through trade and investment. Economic growth has been sluggish in recent years, largely due to a decline in domestic production of crude oil and liquefied natural gas.
This site provides standard labor rules and regulations for Brunei Darussalam
Average prices of over 70 common items that are purchased on a consistant basis
Guide to travel, doing business, and studying in Brunei Darussalam – culture, greetings, gestures,etiquette, taboos, negotiations, gift-giving, and more.
Brunei is a predominantly Malaysian and Muslim country, although with an admixture of Chinese and other regional cultural elements.
There is no good or bad season to visit Brunei. You are likely to encounter warm, humid weather and at least some precipitation whenever you come.
See “Safety and Security” on this site.
Brunei Darussalam warnings and dangers for those traveling. Be careful with alcohal, there are very stiff penalties if the law is not followed.