Brunei BASIC INFOMATION
|LOCAL TIME||YOUR TIME|
|LOCAL TIME ZONE||TIMEZONE DIFFERENCE|
|UTC/GMT +8 HOURS|
|latitude / longitude|
|4°31'30"N / 114°42'54"E|
|BN / BRN|
TYPE G BRITISH 3-PIN|
|Bandar Seri Begawan|
|Brunei banks list|
Brunei has an area of 5,765 square kilometers, located in the northern part of Kalimantan Island, bordering the South China Sea to the north, bordering Sarawak in Malaysia on three sides in the southeast and west, and is divided into two unconnected east and west parts by Limbang in Sarawak. . The coastline is about 161 kilometers long, the coast is plain, the interior is mountainous, and there are 33 islands. The east is higher, and the west is swampy. Brunei has a tropical rainforest climate with hot and rainy weather. It is the third largest oil producer in Southeast Asia and the fourth largest producer of LNG in the world. |
Brunei, the full name of Brunei Darussalam, is located in the northern part of Kalimantan Island, bordering the South China Sea to the north, and bordering Sarawak, Malaysia on three sides, and is bordered by Sarawak. Lin Meng is divided into two parts that are not connected. The coastline is about 161 kilometers long, the coast is plain, the interior is mountainous, and there are 33 islands. The east is higher and the west is swampy. It has a tropical rainforest climate, hot and rainy. The average annual temperature is 28℃.
Brunei was called Boni in ancient times. Ruled by chiefs since ancient times. Islam was introduced in the 15th century and the Sultanate was established. In the mid-16th century, Portugal, Spain, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom invaded this country one after another. In 1888, Brunei became a British protectorate. Brunei was occupied by Japan in 1941, and British control of Brunei was restored in 1946. Brunei declared complete independence in 1984.
National flag: It is a horizontal rectangle with a ratio of length to width of 2:1. It is composed of four colors: yellow, white, black and red. On the yellow flag floor, there are wide black and white stripes horizontally with a red national emblem painted in the center. Yellow represents the supremacy of Sudan, and the black and white diagonal stripes are to commemorate the two meritorious princes.
The population is 370,100 (2005), of which 67% are Malays, 15% are Chinese, and 18% are other races. The national language of Brunei is Malay, and English is commonly used. The national religion is Islam. Others include Buddhism, Christianity, and fetishism.
Brunei is the third largest oil producer in Southeast Asia and the fourth largest producer of LNG in the world. The production and export of oil and natural gas are the backbone of Brunei’s economy, accounting for 36% of its gross domestic product and 95% of its total export revenue. Oil reserves and production are second only to Indonesia, ranking second in Southeast Asia, and LNG exports ranking second in the world. With a per capita GDP of US$19,000, it is one of the richest countries in the world. In recent years, the Brunei government has vigorously pursued economic diversification and privatization policies in an effort to change the single economic structure that is overly dependent on oil and natural gas.