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Brunei is a country of independent Islamic sultanate on the northern coast of the island of Borneo in Southeast Asia. It became a British protectorate in 1888, and in 1906 administration was vested in a British resident. Despite the presence of a foreign administration, Brunei’s significance began to revive with the start of petroleum production in 1929. In 1941–45, during World War II, Brunei was occupied by the Japanese. The British returned after the war, and negotiations began for the eventual independence of Brunei.

Where is Brunei?Edit

Brunei consists of a narrow coastal plain in the north of Borneo island. It shares its international boundary with Malaysia from all around other than northern side (which facing South China Sea).

How many people live in Brunei?Edit

The population of Brunei are estimated at around 433,960 (2018 census)

What are the most common languages in Brunei?Edit

The common language of the state of Brunei is Brunei Malay (Standard Malay). English is also widely used as a business and working language. It is also the language of instruction in secondary and tertiary education.

What is the most common religion in Brunei?Edit

The most common religion in Brunei are Muslim followed by Christian , Buddhist and other indigenous beliefs

What is the sport of Brunei?Edit

The golf and bowling are big in Brunei. Polo is popular amongst Brunei royal family.

What are some important sites?Edit