Actually i visited Brunei in November 2008. (Kecik je Brunei ni,jalan-jalan satu hari dah xtau dah nk pegi mane lepas tu). Tourist Attractions of Brunei Bandar Seri Begawan Bandar is a neat, clean, modern city with wide roads. Another speacial things about Brunei for myself is that each time you want to cross the road,when there's a car they will stop for you. The people there are so nice. Most important things (that i think all Malaysian should do)its hard to see people smoking everywhere!!hoho---Hopes that bob will stop smoking forever n ever
DO's and Don'T's
• Tourists should observe the local dress code and dress modestly. Clothing comfortable for hot weather is acceptable, except when visiting places of worship or for social and business functions.
• Bruneians shake hands by lightly touching the hands and then bringing the hand to the chest. Some people do not to shake hands with members of the opposite sex.
• You should not point with your finger; instead, use the thumb of your right hand with the four fingers folded beneath it.
• When visiting a mosque, all visitors should remove their shoes. Women should cover their heads and not have their knees or arms exposed. You should not pass in front of a person in prayer or touch the Koran.
• In deference to the Muslim majority, alcohol is not sold in Brunei, but private consumption by non-Muslims is allowed. Non-Muslim tourists are allowed a generous duty-free allowance of 2 bottles of alcohol