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Detailed Restriction/Reopening Information For Brunei Darussalam
Data Last Updated: October 15, 2020

General Information

Substantially Closed

Brunei Darussalam is presently closed to travellers visiting for tourist purposes.

Effective 15 September 2020, foreign nationals may be allowed entry into Brunei for essential business travel and other considerations on a case-to-case basis.

All visitors arriving into Brunei (with appropriate approvals and documentation from the Brunei government), will be required to undergo a minimum of 2 to 14 days self-isolation period immediately at appointed monitoring centres in accordance with the Infectious Diseases Act (204). 

Brunei Covid-19 Updates

Brunei Tourism

Mask Requirement

Mask is required to be worn in all public indoor, public transport and certain outdoor areas where social distancing is not possible.

Internal Restrictions/Closures

Brunei plans to further ease controls from Sept. 28 amid reduced local coronavirus disease (COVID-19) activity.

Arcades and playgrounds will be able to operate at 80 percent capacity. Swimming pools can open at full capacity, as long as the number of users does not exceed 100.

Additionally, authorities will allow competitive events for select sports, including badminton, golf, sepak takraw, squash, table tennis, and tennis, with protocols in place. Safeguards include requiring organizers to obtain official permits and banning spectators.

Food establishments, markets, educational institutions, tuition centers, childcare centers, driving schools, music schools, sports facilities, galleries, libraries, museums, and elderly activity centers can continue to operate at full capacity. Religious sites can continue to operate at full capacity for people above the age of 12.

Activities outside classrooms, including morning assemblies and curriculum activities, remain suspended at educational institutions. Mass gatherings can involve up to 350 people. Trade fairs can occur with protocols, such as requiring workers to wear masks, spacing booths at least three meters apart, and banning entry for people showing flu-like symptoms

Airlines & Transport

All commercial flights are still banned.

Foreigners with essential or business needs can transit through Brunei by land, with protocols in place.

Measures include limiting the travel duration through Brunei, such as one hour for those going from Labu to Ujong Jalan in eastern Brunei or three hours for people traveling from Kuala Lurah to Sungai Tujoh in western Brunei.

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Information for Non-Tourists

Effective 15 September 2020, foreign nationals may be allowed entry into Brunei for essential business travel and other considerations on a case-to-case basis. All visitors arriving into Brunei (with appropriate approvals and documentation from the Brunei government), will be required to undergo a minimum of 2 to 14 days self-isolation period immediately at appointed monitoring centres in accordance with the Infectious Diseases Act (204). Any foreign nationals who receive permission to travel into Brunei will also be required to present:

Valid Entry Travel Pass

A negative COVID-19 Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT PCR) test result from a designated medical center that is recognized by the government of the country of departure; undertaken 72 hours prior to travelling to Brunei. Official document must clearly state “RT PCR” in order to be authenticated.

Proof of valid hotel booking for at least 6 days starting on the day of arrival.

Proof of a valid air ticket

Proof of a valid visa (for visa-required passport holders)

Proof of payment for post-arrival COVID-19 PCR test, if applicable.

Proof of installation of BruHealth app on mobile device

Guests who fail to present all required documents will be denied boarding.

Brunei Covid-19 Updates

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Cases

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Deaths

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Cases Per 100,000
Recovering Well From COVID-19

Graph of COVID-19 Cases In Last 30 Days
For Brunei Darussalam

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