10 things a Muslim traveler should know when visiting Brunei

If you are looking for a quiet holiday or if you're just a few days wants to escape the busy city life is Brunei a perfect option.

But before you airline tickets booking, we give you a small impression of Brunei and tell you where you need to take into account. This is your personal Brunei Muslim travel guide with all information about Brunei you need!

When you are going to visit Brunei in the hope of an adventure holiday you are at the wrong place. This country is very suitable for people who are looking for a clean and quiet holiday, the country is free from pollution and you're really just completely away from your hectic life.

When you during your stay in Brunei are expected to modern buildings and skyscrapers are going to find you will probably be disappointed. Despite that Brunei one of the wealthiest countries in Southeast Asia see you there is in practice little of back. The local inhabitants have a moderate lifestyle and are very satisfied with what they have.

When you buy a travel guide of Brunei will you find that it is an Islamic country and that the population Islamic laws and customs. This means, however, that people who aren't Muslim are not. When you are planning to take someone who is not a Muslim make sure those modest clothing carries (head covering clothing is not necessary).

Something else to keep in mind when you are going to visit Brunei is to light, summery clothes to pack along with some light weight rain gear. Despite that the weather normally dry throughout the year and with high humidity, it can sometimes be pretty rain. The wettest months are from October to december.

One of the most important tips we give you is to rent a car during your next trip to Brunei, this is the cheapest and easiest mode of transportation. Although Brunei has public transportation in the form of buses, stopping them all at 8 pm with drive. Taxis are pretty scarce and if you manage to find one they are ridiculously expensive!

The local population is very friendly and is always ready to lend a helping hand to stick out, so if there is something where you need help with, please do not hesitate to ask them.

Muslims visiting Brunei do not need to worry if they are able to find Halal restaurants. Most, if not all, restaurants serve halal food.

You do not have to worry about finding prayer facilities in Brunei. Brunei travel guide will each contain a list with the many mosques of the city. The most famous is the beautiful and scenic mosque Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin mosque. The mosque has a gold-gilded dome and marble pillars that were imported from Italy.

One of the best travel tips we can give you is to go diving at your next visit to Brunei. Diving in Brunei means one of the best diving experiences in the world, you will see many exotic wild marine animals and there are some of the best locations to go to wrecks to dive. Don't forget to pack your waterproof camera!

A visit to the rainforests and beaches should not be missing in your visit to Brunei. Other places worth a visit are: the Royal Ragalia museum, the Jerudong park, Istana Nurul Iman and the Malay technology museum. And there are many other places that are certainly worth a visit.

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