Besides the events lined up for Brunei December Festival, here are some kid-friendly activities to keep your children busy without having to resort to being in front of a screen.
This year’s BeS+ featured console and mobile gaming titles such as FIFA 19, Mobile Legends Bang Bang, Tekken 7, GT Sports and Fortnite. The event managed to draw over 500 registered players for the tournament, and more than a thousand attendees.
His Majesty touched on the importance of agriculture towards developing the nation, and the need to help to combat global warming. With technology and education, the agriculture produce will increase but the country need the nation to contribute to the industry especially youth and women.
The Brunei e-Sports Tournament (BeS+) is back again this year, following the success of last year’s tournament. Organised by Game On Business Management and Services, the event will be held at the Indah Hall of Royal Brunei Recreational Club from 8th to 9th December 2018.
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.
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