That place is nice .there is also a pond so dont forget to bring fish food. In the exhibit,u can learn more about oil and gas , and even something unique about science
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Nicely managed and very informative - Brunei's Oil & Gas history with great pictures, placards and scientific games for kids
Children might learn something from this place. It is not a place where you can spend much time. If you are not familiar at all with this industry, than it is a good place to visit and learn.
Combined with the nearby Billionth Barrel Monument this place must be seen to believed. Oil and gas extraction are complicated businesses; most of us couldn't live a day without the petroleum products that fuel our lives, yet we understand precious little about the extraction and...More
OGDC is an education centre for visitors (locals or tourists) to understand and appreciate the oil and gas industry which has been the strong supporter of Brunei Darussalam’s economy. Normally this area is also a jogging spot (from here to Billionth Barrel and vice versa)...More
I went here with my two small nephews as their father works in the industry. It's nice since they have good background information but also do a lot for the kids with interactive sciency games. We wanted to go for an hour but ended up...More
Where is the landmark carved buildings that once was at OGDC? 1 Pokestop and 1 Gym here. Great place for jogging, playing pokemon, family to spend time together and education to oil and gas production. Its got a jogging path from OGDC to Billionth Barrel....More
A great place to spend with teens n kids alike. Showpieces changes ever so often that it is ok for repeat visit.
It's about 1 hour drive from Brunei capital.The township,Seria is the heart of oil industry of Brunei.It's an excellent place for family outing. You will see numerous nodding donkeys in & around the town( unofficial symbol of the town ).Our first stop was the majestic...More
Think the entrance fee is too high for the exhibition, the gadgets in the adjorning rooms were more for children than adults. I consider this wasted money. Also Brunei should also keep their monuments in order the millionth dollar varrel monument looks trashy