Inspired by old photographs from the 60s and 70s that were taken by her late grandfather, Aisyah Azlan infused classic and contemporary designs to her newly released capsule collection, ‘The Heritage Collection’.
The whole country is currently in preparation mode with tailors working twice as hard to complete customers’ garments and shops adjusting their hours to cater to last minute visits in anticipation to Hari Raya festivities.
If you flew into the country and overlooked the fasting month, we have got you covered. Despite the limitations, Ramadhan deems to be the most serene time of the year to visit Brunei.
This year FashionValet had brought with them over 25 popular brands from Malaysia such as Mel and Molly, Mimpi Kita and Locka.
Following the success of past events, JBoxing came back for a third year with its annual Raya sales event.
The comic art exhibition, "Kami Urang Brunei" features over 100 artwork from 31 artists that tells a story through a series of drawing accompanied by text.
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.
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 MSME Festival provides a platform to raise awareness for Bruneian products and services while promoting and celebrating entrepreneurship.