Recent Developments (back to Top) Not along after our trip, we found some further information regarding the availability of buses at airport: In August 2013, the “Bore-Nei” video by Monkeetime received some attention. We worried a little that our video might be similar to it, and also, it was a video by an actual tourist; […]
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Our posts that are related to transportation.
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Tourists for a day: Experiencing tourism in Brunei
Introduction t was March 2013, and Wajihah came across a tourist at Brunei International Airport, who was struggling to find out how to get to “Brunei national park” (which she found out was Ulu Temburong National Park). She accompanied the tourist to Bandar Seri Begawan, in search of accommodation in the capital, and information about travelling to […]
Boeing 787 Dreamliner: Changing Air Travel [Video]
Open Brunei was invited by Royal Brunei Airlines (RB) to visit the Boeing Everett Factory, and see the Royal Brunei Airline’s Boeing 787 Dreamliners being assembled before they go into service later this year. Read the transcript here! Stay tuned for our upcoming posts, also about airlines and flying!
Reactions to the Brunei-Muara Metro Service
Last month, it was announced that there would an overhaul to the current bus system in Brunei. With the topic of public transport on our minds, we decided to revisit our earlier post from December, where we created a map for an imaginary Brunei-Muara Metro Service. In this post, we share the responses we received and collected across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, and of course comments right here on Open Brunei.
Brunei-Muara Metro Service: A Proposal
We at Open Brunei reflected on our experiences of the Singapore MRT and the London Underground, and wondered what a metro service (or MRT/LRT) system would look like for Brunei. Where would the stations be? How many lines would there be? And how would it all fit together?
And so, using the data available to us, we propose to you – drumroll, please – a metro service for the Brunei-Muara district.