While working in Brunei I undertook a number of projects inside the Palace. The palace is set in some beautiful gardens and covers a vast area. The palace is both a home for the Sultan and his family and a place for official state business. There are private rooms, guest wings, meeting rooms, banquet halls, swimming pools, clinics, roof gardens, spas and beauty spaces, a cinema and all the back of house area to keep this small town working.
Generally you can only visit the palace during Hari Raya, I was lucky to go there 2 or 3 times a week and see the internal spaces that are not open to public view.
Brunei is a beautiful and worth visiting for a few days, try to get a look at the palace while you are there...
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