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A tribute to the sultan and the grand trappings of Royalty, this museum is a highlight of any trip to Brunei. The main gallery presents an impressive recreation of the coronation of His Majesty The Sultan, displaying the gilded carriage which...more
Hours Today: 09:00 - 17:00
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Jalan Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien, Bandar Seri Begawan BS8811, Brunei Darussalam
Yes, this can be on your list when walking around Brunei, but other sights deserve more attention. The museum is nothing spectacular - after 15 minutes you are done with this rather peculiar display of items.
When we went here. The museum is closed probably vcoz of its holiday. Eid adha.
So.didnt get the chance to see the inside of the museum and how they showcases brunei culture and other stuff. Nice architecture outside though
You can tell that gold is probably the metal that the Sultan of Brunei likes most by the amount of gold and/or gold colored items you see here! Interesting items and gifts involving his coronation on display.
You have to remove your shoes before you...More
We found the museum to be very interesting and a worthwhile visit. Entry is free and you will need to leave your shoes outside and any bags and cameras in lockers on the inside. The main exhibit areas don’t allow photos, however you are permitted...More
The museum is free to enter. You must remove your shoes, and check in all bags, cameras and mobiles. They go into a locker and you hold the key.
There's a lot of stuff about the life and crowning of the Sultan. Also a lot...More
What better way to showcase wealth than to house them in one place!
Take of your shoes before going in.
Leave your stuff at the reception. They will give you a locker (you bring the key with you).
Since you will be taking off your...More
This place opens at 9am. I came too early (my bad, I didn’t check) and wandered around the museum for half an hour.
Visitors need to remove shoes upon entry, register attendance at the counter and they’ll provide you with a locker. No cameras, phones,...More