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There is a LOT of history about the Sultan plus other members of the royal family, and tons of artefacts from various events that have occurred, mostly during the current Sultan's reign. There's even a replica of the main palace ballroom, which seats over 4,000...More
A good exhibit of the present Sultan of Brunei photos from younger day with family to high school and graduated as captain at Sandhurst Military school. One original Chariots used during coronation in and another one during Silver jubilee cerebration in 1992. Replica of the...More
...or needed a place to rest / enjoy air-con. You are required to take off your shoes outside of the museum and have everything stored inside their locker. Admission is free of charge, displaying loads of gifts from different countries around the world, good place...More
Yes, this building (note it's not called a museum) showcases gifts given to the Sultan of Brunei, but it also includes elements of the royal regalia which does give one insights into Brunei's traditional culture. It also has the best souvenir shop (including books) we...More
I wasn't particularly impressed upon entering the museum. However, once you get deeper into the maze of rooms you see some beautiful things on display. I found the gifts given by heads of state to be particularly interesting as was displays showing the independence and...More
I visited during ramadan period. It was closed. There was no notice around the building. I and other travelers were waiting and a local person told us that it is not opened to the public during ramadan.