This country is tiny but offers a lot to tourists. The architecture, the food, the culture and most especially their locals who are extremely kind, would make your stay here one of the best weekend getaways!

The Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque

This is one of the most beautiful mosques in South East Asia. Its stunning dome is covered in pure gold and is a true sight to behold.

Kampong Ayer

This is commonly known as the Water Village and has 39,000 people living in here.

Gadong Night Market

Foodies should definitely visit this popular attraction. Get to taste local delicacies without going overboard your budget. Make sure to try the pulut panggang (rice stuffed with meat and wrapped in banana leaves), local kueh (small cakes) as well as the grilled seafood.

Brunei Museum

The museum is just near the Capital where you can find a lot of Islamic art from the 16th Century. This is the largest museum in the country. Visiting this museum is one of the best ways to know the country’s origin and culture.

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Jame Asr Hassanil Bolkiah Mosque.

Built in 1994, this is Brunei’s largest mosque and it boasts of 29 golden domes. Surrounded by a landscaped garden as well as fountains, it’s also a noteworthy sight in the evening when the mosque is floodlit.

Ulu Temburong National Park

If you have time, head out to Ulu Temburong National Park – a trip which will take you the entire day. The journey is an adventure in itself where from downtown, you’ll take a ride through mangroves on a speedboat to the lodge before being transferred to a longboat. Exploration of the national park generally includes various attractions such as the waterfall with “fish spa” and an exhilarating climb up a rickety set of stairs to the canopy walk for a bird’s eye view of the rainforest.