The market is open from 9am to 6pm daily, and the produce they sell usually varies. However about 80% of the fish sold are from Brunei and the rest are imported from neighbouring countries such as Malaysia.
Beribi Eats offers a laid-back ambience with dim string lights hung over the open dining space. The natural landscape surrounding the area completes the look of the place, making it a welcoming atmosphere to spend time with friends and family.
Over 13,000 people joined in a national level of the Maulidur Rasul celebration at all four districts yesterday. Taman Haji Sir Omar Ali Saifuddien was filled with people as early as 6.00am, all dressed in their uniforms and colourful Baju Cara Melayu.
The uniqueness of the celebration is that, every culture have its own way to celebrate. While most of the culture will be celebrating with a grand procession on the streets, there are subtle differences such as in their devotional songs, hymns and even dance. An obvious difference is the food – in any celebration, food is a big part of the occasion.
Combat sports such as boxing and kickboxing are becoming more prominent in Brunei, especially with the increase of fighting gyms. This has allowed more people to be exposed to martial arts [...]
In Brunei, origami is not as widely practiced but it can be seen in Japanese expos and events. Today in Voices in Brunei, we met with Nurhayati Mustapha, who creates 3D origami figures and [...]
One of the visions for Wawasan 2035 is to diversify the economy in Brunei Darussalam, and one of the ways to do so is to develop the creative industry in the Sultanate. This is particularly important, especially in an era where [...]
In an effort to find more places to go in Brunei, the Sutera Team goes on an adventure to explore Brunei further. In our travels, we stumbled upon [...]
Brunei Darussalam, also known as the ‘Heart of Borneo’, is a popular destination for green tourism, particularly in the Temburong District. However, the Sutera Team has gone to all the four districts in search of other [...]
Dancing is a niche profession but is growing part of the creative industry in Brunei. There have been more talent shows in the country and we have seen a lot of dance groups performing in spectacles around the Sultanate. [...]