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Brunei Travel Requirements

Metered taxis are available at most hotels, shopping centres and the airport. In the capital, Bandar Seri Begawan, taxis are located at the multi-storey carpark at Jalan Cator.
City Transport Service (CTS) which is more commonly known as the 'purple B$3.00 taxis' has now been introduced. CTS is the easiest way to travel in the city, where by the fare per trip is fixed at B$3.00 within the CTS zone plus B$1.00 if you book by phone. Dial the CTS hotline 343434 for pick-up request at CTS pick-up points. It operates from 6am to 10pm.

Car Hire
Self-drive or chauffeur-driven cars are available from major hotels and the airport.

Royal Brunei Airlines (RBA), flies to over 30 cities. Other major airlines such as Singapore Airlines, Thai Airways International, Garuda Indonesia, Philippine Airlines and Malaysia Airline also service Brunei.

Royal Brunei Airlines 02-242222
Philippine Airlines 02-244075
Malaysia Airlines 02-224141
02- 224142
Thai Airways 02-242991
Singapore Airlines 02-244901
Garuda Indonesia 02-235871
British Airways 02-225871

Travel Documents
The government of Brunei Darussalam requires visitors to be in possession of a passport valid for 6 months after the departure date.

Visas are required for most national. Check with your local Brunei embassy or consulate for details.

Airport Tax
Malaysia and Singapore : B$5.00
Other Destinations : B$12.00

Passengers over 17 years of age are eligible for the following concessions: cigarettes not more than 200 sticks; tobacco worth 250 gm; perfume up to 60 ml and eau de toilette up to 250 ml.

Non-Muslims over 17 years of age are allowed to bring in only two bottles of liquor (about two quarts) and 12 cans of beer for personal consumption, which must be declared at Customs upon arrival.

Public payphones which take coins or phonecards are widely available. Hallokad is a prepaid card for international and local calls, allowing calls to be made to over 130 countries from Brunei as well as from 68 countries to Brunei.

Brunei Dollar notes come in denominations of $1, $5, $10, $25, $50, $100, $1000 and $10,000. Smaller currency comes in 1, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cent denominations.


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