Don’t miss the chance to visit the last Spectacle exhibition by the Art and Creative Technology students of UBD until 11th May 2019. Admission to the showcase is free of charge.
Throughout the month of April, organizations in Brunei such as SMARTER and various schools have created events to educate the public on Autism Spectrum Disorder.
The rise of muslim-centric events and exhibitions held in the country included the Brunei International Islamic Festival that will be held until Sunday, 14th April 2019.
The all-women art exhibition, Art to Heart, is a [...]
The main highlight for Taste of Australia in Brunei was the Culinary Challenge, where the participants were tasked to prepare a dish using at least one Australian and one Bruneian ingredient or flavour.
In an effort to help businesses thrive, DARe has recently launched BMEN to help budding entrepreneurs to be better equipped in the ever-changing business world.
The MSME Festival provides a platform to raise awareness for Bruneian products and services while promoting and celebrating entrepreneurship.
Lamin Warisan is open for everyone to come and learn more about the Tutong culture or the history on Mukim Tanjong Maya.
The first International Kite Festival in Brunei is part of a circuit tour that started from Satun, Thailand to Pasir Gudang in Johor Bahru, and then proceeded towards Kabong, a small district in Sarawak before arriving here.
‘Adat basuh kaki’, loosely translated as ‘wash your feet’, is a popular custom that is practiced by those of a Tutong ethnicity at their wedding. Known as buri puo’ in the Tutong dialect, there are many different tales about how the practice came to be.