Brunei Museum, Bandar Seri Begawan

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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2.7/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web
At Brunei Museum, you'll observe an array of displays on varying subjects, from the region's natural history to ancient ceramics from Iran and central Asia. Opened on 29 February 1972 by Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom, the museum's collection consists mainly of the personal collections of the country's sultan. You'll get to see silver and gold coins from around the Islamic world, as well as an exhibit detailing the history of Japan's martial arts, consisting of replicas of equipment used from the eighth to the 14th centuries. You can also learn about the country's interesting economic position on the globe, and how the disovery of its oil resources brought this about. Put Brunei Museum on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Bandar Seri Begawan trip itinerary builder.
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  • Brunie museum is good place to visit !! Has lot of collections . Good place to be kill the time if one has ample time !!! 
  • The museum is closed for renovation, so we are not able to visit. There location is near to the Malay Technology Museum, so you can plan to visit on the same itenarary. 
  • In this museum was some stuff from the Sultan and presents what other inportend people have given him. Like models from palaces from other Sultans . Swords, coaches, Etc. Big building not much in it ....  read more »
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  • I prefer the Royal Regalia compared to Brunei Museum but the staff are friendly. Public transportation wise, so so. Once in a while the museum organise interesting exhibition which is not available anywhere else in Brunei. Last one i visited was 'night creatures', was very good.
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  • Far away from everything else. Not a lot to see in the museum. Not worth the drive there.
  • Under maintenance
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