Friday, February 29, 2008


Bolton Town Hall

Been buzy lately with work and i supposed to post up the ' Hari Pelanggan' of Ministry of Home Affairs which was held on the 27 feb 2008 at Dewan Muhibbah, Brunei Muara District Office.

' Hari pelanggan' for Belait District Office and departments of Ministry of Home Affairs in Belait will be on the 3 and 4 of march at kompleks 3S in seria (Gerai Makan).

I'll be away for 2 weeks hope i can update the blog frequently.

Bolton is known as 'Pride of The North'. The first place that i went once arrived in Bolton is to 'Rice and Three' the famous indian restaurant in Bolton.

Here are some pictures of Bolton.

Bruneian Favourite Restautant

The famous Dish

My KSPS ( Kereta Sewa Pandu Sendiri)

Sunday, February 24, 2008

Cleaning campaign at Spg 160-20 Kampong Pandan B, Kuala Belait

As mention at my earlier post the traditional concept of voluntarily working together in groups, gotong royong or "memucang -mucang" is still being practised in Brunei Darussalam.

This morning gotong royong was held at Kampung Pandan B, Kuala Belait. Various goverment department, Majlis Perundingan Kampong Pandan B and residents of Kampong Pandan B involved in the cleaning campaign. The campaign was headed by Awg Haji Mohamad bin Haji Abd Rahman , Belait District Officer.

Youths were also involved in the campaign

This cute little guy is the most proactive among the youths and told me that he will play football at kompleks sukan Mumong with his team later this afternoon.

Look what they caught while cleaning the drain outlet, live eels and they believe its good for 'Tenaga Batin' hehe

No comment! Vandalism

Saturday, February 23, 2008

24th National Day

Traffic was horrendous at 7.00 am in the capital town. Saw many jaywalkers passing the roads on their destination to the SOAS padang. Good thing our team's focal point is near Citibank. Didn't bring along my camera as I was involved in the department representative for the national day marching. Met a few shutterbugs such as gferro, Ichinose and Butakaler and I insisted them to take pictures of our group. Hey guys, don't forget to email me or post up the pictures.

Every year we celebrate our national day on the 23rd of Feb despite gaining our independence on the 1 January 1984. So why don't we celebrate our national day on the 1st January every year? I was informed the reason sometime ago but it somehow has slipped my mind. I will try to find out again but should any of you know why, do let us know......

Proclamation of Independence Brunei Darussalam

Friday, February 22, 2008


There are a fair number of used cars sold in Kuala Belait. One of them is CYH UNITRADE ENTERPRISE run by Mr Stephen Chin. All his used cars are from Singapore and you can actually ask him to order what car and specification you require.
These pictures are just some of his cars that are in stock and i will link a webpage to show what is in stock and that will be arrive from Singapore.

EVO 8.5 MR
Very Low Mileage , 6 speed
Price: $55,000 OTR

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Mini, Manual 1.6
Year 2006
$40,000 OTR

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Please call Mr Stephen Chin for more details and stock of cars on +673-8779683
Cars can be view at Lot 4293, Jalan Sungai Pandan, Kuala Belait, P.o Box 1113

Thursday, February 21, 2008


Back to normal ! <--- Lots of Blogging tips , learn to fix my blog from here

Bugs biting my Blog

Something wrong with my blog template , lost all the chat box , links and other applications, will try to restore it as soon as possible , sorry peeps

Tuesday, February 19, 2008


I managed to get access to Belait District Office PRO office and found some rare pictures of Belait. Can someone help me out what year did this pictures was taken! You can asked you're parents or grand parents.

Belait Town?

Old Belait Customs Office?

No idea!

From the signboard its the Old KBRC, Kuala Belait Recreational Club, Where padang Bandaran is situated now

The 20's i guess?

Government Office Kuala Belait (The Old Belait District Office??)

Football team at KBRC Field?

Will post some old pictures again in the future.

Monday, February 18, 2008


I'm sure most of you had the experience of filling up the fuel at the filling station and i'm pretty sure some of you sometime forgot which side is the fuel cap of the car is, and this will lead to sticking your head out of the door to check whether the fuel door cap is on the right or left.

Well people, I'm going to share with you a little secret so you will no longer look like a giraffe on your way to the filling station or put your neck at risk of discomfort or injury.

On the dashboard, If you look at your fuel gauge, you will see a small icon of a fuel pump.

If your tank is on the left, the handle will be on the left (Fig 1.1) or handle will be on the right with an arrow pointing to the left side. (Fig 1.2)

Fig 1.1

Fig 1.2

(Fuel door Flap will be on the Left, Passenger side)

If your tank is on the right, the handle will be on the right as pictures shown below.

(Fuel door Flap will be on the Right, Driver side)

Thursday, February 14, 2008


Labi is located about 68 km from the Belait Town, It cover an area of 361 sq km with a population of 2300 people .

The mukim was divided into two zones which are known as Labi Satu (one) and Labi Dua (two). Both zones have their own ketua kampong. There are four longhouses in the vicinity with its own respective chief.

Mukim Labi is well known locally for its agricultural products especially the limau labi which has become a trademark of local orange and Padi.

The traditional concept of voluntarily working together in groups, gotong royong or "memucang -mucang", is still being practised in Brunei Darussalam.

The Minister of Health, Pehin Dato Seri Setia Haji Suyoi as well as the Belait District Officer, Haji Mohamad bin Haji Abd Rahman, last year took part in a padi harvesting activity at the Gatas area in Mukim Labi in the Belait District. Officers and staff of Belait District Office and Ministry of Health also took part. A group of volunteers also joined and members of the Mukim Consultative Council and the residents in the harvesting of padi at the Paya Gatas padi field in Labi.

Last year, the harvesting campaign was at Dayang Hapsah binti Abu Bakar’s padi farm, an area of 2 acres. Dayang Hapsah, a 67 year old single mother, has been planting paddy since the year 2000. The Gatas area is one of the country’s main locations for paddy farming with an area of thirty hectares.

Pictures courtesy of PRO Unit , Belait District Office

Wednesday, February 13, 2008


A gameshow from Japan called Human Tetris , Had a good laugh with it.

Tuesday, February 12, 2008


Requested by the group to post up pictures of the Day 2 of the course.

Today's module touched on IT Strategic Management Framework which is mainly on IT Governance.

What is it all about?

It is an organisational ablility to formulate and execute an IT strategy aligned with and effectively supporting the achievement of the organisation's business mission and strategies.

Had our breakfast at Ka Fii Dan Cafe (Halal) famous for its roti and coffee (Coffee Cham tea, its a special brew of mixture of coffee and tea).

Monday, February 11, 2008