Independence of Brunei Darussalam

Independence of Brunei Darussalam

Independence of Brunei Darussalam

Brunei Darussalam, a neighboring country close to Indonesia, turns out to be very famous for its wealth. Almost half of the people in Brunei Darussalam embrace the Muslim religion. There are some people who give the nickname of the richest Muslim country in Southeast Asia. There are lots of interesting stories about the country of Brunei Darussalam that you can know and understand.

Apart from having a lot of abundant wealth, it turns out that there is also a history of the founding of Brunei Darussalam. No wonder some tourists and tourists often come to Brunei Darussalam. Not just having a vacation to enjoy a beautiful place but also knowing some facts about Brunei Darussalam.

The facts in Brunei are:

Colonial period
Not only Indonesia has been colonized by Japan. It turns out that Brunei Darussalam was once colonized by the Japanese. Cdmgaleria

What was fought over during the colonial period was the oil resources in Brunei Darussalam. After receiving the Pearl Harbor attack, the Japanese may immediately attack and take the oil source area.


The first time he joined a sporting event was at the Olympics. To be precise, in 1988 the country of Brunei participated in a prestigious sporting event. It’s just that during the event there were no athletes who took part in the Olympic games.

After some time, the country of Brunei Darussalam began to send its first athletes to the Olympics. Even though they did not succeed in bringing home a victory medal, Brunei dared to compete with other countries for the first time in the year one thousand nine hundred and ninety-six.

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To entertain all the people of Brunei Darussalam, several playgrounds have been built. The construction costs a lot of money. The value issued was nearly one billion US dollars. Even though it’s expensive, many people can’t wait to visit and play there.

Getting Brunie’s independence is not easy. Must sign a letter of cooperation and friendship agreement. With this letter, the war between Brunei and England ended. Brunei became independent on the first of January one thousand nine hundred and eighty-four.