Brunei in Borneo Island NEAR BY INDONESIA and has an area bordered by Sarawak from west to east, and bordering the South China Sea to the north. Meanwhile, the country consists of two parts that are not interrelated. In the western part of the wider region is inhabited by 97% of the total population of about 383,000, while in eastern mountainous region and is called the Temburong district, only approximately 10,000 citizens.

Government of this country's constitutional monarchy patterned with Sultan served as Head of State and Heads of Government of Prime Minister and concurrently Minister of Defense who is assisted by the Advisory Board of the Sultanate and some Ministers. Brunei Darussalam's economy which relies on oil and gas makes this country has a national income which includes the world's high.

Currency units, Brunei dollar, has the same value with the Singapore Dollar. No wonder the Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah is also known as one of the richest people in the world with a fortune estimated at around 400 trillion rupiah. In terms of history, actually Brunei once closely associated with Indonesia.

Even Brunei had entered the territory of Sriwijaya and Majapahit. But when King Hayam Wuruk died, Brunei freeing itself as an independent country. England's arrival has made Brunei a country under the protection of the British Empire in 1888. After a long history of this country, finally on January 4, 1979, Brunei and the United Kingdom signed a Treaty of Cooperation and Friendship, which continues in full independence of Brunei Darussalam on January 1, 1984. State of Brunei Darussalam has four districts, namely: Brunei / Muara District where the capital of Brunei-Bandar Seri Begawan-being. The second is the Tutong District, consisting of forests and plantations.

Then Belait, one of the most modern district, where the oil industry is located. Last is the Temburong District, the most isolated places in the Eastern region and separated from the whole of Brunei. Besides oil, the country's tourism potential fix. Places of interest to visit in Brunei, among others: Palace Nurul Iman palace is the world's largest palace still inhabited by the Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah and his family. It is said that the palace which costs about 600 billion dollars and an area of approximately 200,000 m2 has 1778 rooms, 257 bathrooms, 5 swimming pools, 110 car garage, hall for 400 guests, 18 elevators, and a mosque. Unfortunately, this palace is only 'open up' during Hari Raya Idul Fitri, when the people of Brunei are given the opportunity to Be hospitable to the Sultan and the Sultan's family.

The Royal Regalia Building Royal Regalia Building built in 1992 to commemorate the anniversary of the appointment of Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah became a leader of the Sultanate of Brunei Darussalam. Inside the building is also a museum there are various royal collections, such as crown and royal robes and oversized clothing worn while giving the title for the Emperor.

Masjid Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque was completed in 1958 which was named after the Sultan Omar Ali Saiffuddien is one proud enough mosques in Southeast Asia. Name adapted from the name of the mosque the Sultan of Brunei to the 28 which is known as the father of Modernization Brunei. Made from the best materials in the world, including marble from Italy, granite from Shanghai, stained glass and chandeliers from England, and carpets from the Arab and Belgium.

Construction of the mosque seemed to float above the artificial lake on the edge of the river near Kampong Ayer, Brunei to shape resembles a boat. The museum is located in the Brunei River is holding many of the Islamic heritage that is priceless. Various calligraphy, the Koran, ceramics, carpets and various stories about the history of Brunei as an oil-producing countries. There are also many ethnic objects unique Borneo. Jami Asr Hassanil Bolkiah Mosque is also known as Kiarong Mosque, is the largest mosque in Brunei Darussalam are made to commemorate 25 years of government of Brunei. It looks elegant mosque with golden dome surrounded by beautiful gardens and fountains in the vicinity, making a visit to the mosque is dear to pass up

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