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A Royal Poser

The above Facebook account has been posting stuff which raised many eyebrows, and as usual many gullible Malaysians fall for it.

If it was true that His Majesty The Sultan of Brunei did indeed post especially the one above, he needs to employ someone with better command of the English language and maturity to post on his behalf. 126 more words

What Da F***!!

Not just 'Another Cafe',  Kiulap - Cafe Review

Another Cafe, No. 2, Bgn Hj Abd Rahman, Kiulap.
What is unique about this cafe is that it gives off a vintage feeling. Unlike any other cafe, the wall is not decorated with frames or pictures but pipes and a bicycle! 158 more words

Blogging

Today in Transportation History - 2013: The Malaysia-Brunei Darussalam Friendship Bridge Opens

In Southeast Asia, a new bridge was officially opened at the border of Malaysia and Brunei Darussalam. This bridge, carrying the Pan-Borneo Highway, specifically crosses the Pandaruan River between the Limbang District in the Malaysian state of Sarawak and the Temburong District in Brunei Darussalam. 204 more words

History

Hiking at Legendary Bukit Tempayan Pisang

My friends and I decided to be adventurous and hike at the hill with legends of princesses, were-tigers, dragons and where war was waged between celestial beings. 343 more words

Brunei Darussalam

The Blue Lake of Brunei

Clear, blue, peaceful and a little other-worldly comes to mind when I went to Lugu Lake in Tutong district. A friend of mine got me to try out stand-up paddle boarding (a.k.a. 213 more words

Travel

Day 25: 50 Days of Prayer for the Persecuted Church: Brunei

Today we pray for Brunei. Ruled by one man this country’s people must    accept whatever laws are put in place. His generosity in providing service blind people to the persecution to anyone who does not buy into his religion of choice. 146 more words

Jesus