Because we had a rental car while in Brunei for nine days, we had a bit more freedom than someone relying on public transport, which, from what we saw on our foot tours of the city, isn't very frequent. Thus, it was easy to get out to the museum and nearby technology museum. As other reviewers have stated, it is free, so nobody can complain about what's available for the price. Though this relatively rinky-dink museum isn't a Smithsonian by any means, it has enough to keep one occupied for an hour or two--especially if you need to get out of the heat for a bit, and if you have a family with young kids, they surely might be entertained enough for the time there. Though we weren't impressed by whale skeletons and beetles stuck on pins, per se, our daughter thought such exhibits were neat. However, we were interested in the displays on the history of oil production and Islamic art.
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