Sahur Saturday is a yearly event that has been going on for four years with a wider selection of food at late hours.
Maybank Islamic Malaysia held their regional Ramadhan Relief with the organisation giving food packs across nine ASEAN countries. For Brunei, WeCare was chosen to distribute the food packs in the Sultanate.
During the month of Ramadhan, a visit to the food stalls is an anticipated activity for people to get their sungkai needs
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.
Iftar Muhabbah is a chance for non-muslims to visit the Jame’ Asr Hassanil Bolkiah mosque and learn the basics in Islam such as ablution and prayers, while also giving a chance for them to experience the calming atmosphere of breaking their fast in a mosque.
This year FashionValet had brought with them over 25 popular brands from Malaysia such as Mel and Molly, Mimpi Kita and Locka.
D’Fusion café will be doing Ramadhan promotion with prices ranging from BND14 to BND48. There will be six sets of combo meals from A to F, for 2 to 4 people.
Following the success of past events, JBoxing came back for a third year with its annual Raya sales event.
Geek culture has become more mainstream and common among people, that it may eventually not be called geek culture anymore and just be a normal popular culture.
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.