The homestay programmes at Kg Sungai Bunga enable tourists to experience life in Kampong Ayer, and staying with local families in the vicinity.
The students of IBTE School of Hospitality and Tourism have been anticipating the Brunei Gastronomy Week and worked together to create dishes for the menu since earlier in the year.
Jacqueline was diagnosed with stage-three nose cancer eight years ago, where she went through 33 sessions of radiotherapy, nine sessions of chemotherapy and two surgeries.
A photographic exhibition called ‘Boundless Plains: The Australian Muslim Connection’ is open for public viewing at Mabohai Shopping Complex until 3rd February 2019.
Ramesh J Bhawnani, the Chairman of Galleria YMRM started off as a Sales Assistant who sold carpets, which is where he learned his negotiation skills have managed to do a lot of networking
Joyful Garden has a strong chinese influence with shades of red and yellow being prominent around the area, which allows for an insight to the traditional chinese culture.
Her love for nature was what drove Siti Kaprawi, a book publisher, to create ‘Flowers and Fruits in Cooking’ - a cookbook that features innovative ways to incorporate natural ingredients such as flowers and fruits into your cooking as the book title suggests.
In Raja Julangan Kasih Rakyat, Huifong Ng wishes to illustrate more than the visuals of the touristic wonders that Brunei has to offer. “I feel that it is also very important to share with them that we, the people of Brunei Darussalam, have also had the privilege to enjoy a beautiful and symbiotic relation with our caring monarch over the past decades.”
The EMERGE series is unique because it only features local artists, and simultaneously recognises contemporary artists in Brunei. There is currently no existing archive of the artists in Brunei who are practicing and those who are making sales, so Creative Space wishes to compile a catalogue of artists who are making a breakthrough in the art industry.
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.