Brunei Chinese Temple

It was only slightly over 100 years ago that the capital of Brunei was on land. Prior to that, Bandar Seri Begawan or Pekan Brunei as it was then known, was a city on water.Peter Blundell in his book City of Many Waters (published in 1923) stated that the "town was unique, the only one in the world built almost entirely over the water, and the Brunei(an)s were justly proud of it. They were folks who live a semi-aquatic life, and their methods of living, household arrangements, family life, and town government, adapted as they had been to life over the water.When did the capital move to dry land? The official record was that of the first British Resident, McArthur, who wrote in his report the following words, "I want a clean, dry village with suburbs of kampong houses. I also want to discourage building on dry land. However it took a cholera epidemic and a smallpox epidemic in 1902 and 1904 with many people dying before Bruneians then would consider moving themselves away from their traditional way of life over the water.Peter Blundell in that same book also bluntly wrote that it was "apparent that the cramped conditions under which the inhabitants lived, the damp, the lack of exercise, and the germs in the filth and mud under the huts could not but affect unfavourably the health of all the inhabitants".The government persuaded a group of Pengirans to move out to dry land and to build their houses in the Tumasek area. His Majesty Sultan Muhammad Jamalul Alam built the first Istana on dry land in 1909. This was followed by some of the populace who started to build their houses in the Kianggeh and Sumbiling areas.The Chinese community:A group of Chinese businessmen moved out from Kampung Pekan Lama (then known as Kampung Bakut China) which served as the central business area in Kampong Ayer, and started to build their shops on dry land. In 1910, there were six shops, the year after, in 1911, there were 26 shops and just before the Second World War in 1941, that number has increased to more than 80 shops.The Chinese community in Kampong Ayer then was mostly Hokkiens from the Island of Quemoy. They were engaged in "revenue farms" — agricultural areas let by the British Resident to grow cash crops such as tobacco and opium as well as do business including spirits, kerosene and matches.They were also engaged in amassing land especially rubber plantations and also rice plantations. So, it was a prosperous time for the community.It was not just the Chinese from Quemoy that were in Brunei. According to "The Encyclopedia of the Chinese Overseas" published by Harvard University Press in 1999, the "Chinese community in Brunei is made up of those who were from Quemoy (Jinmen), Cantonese, Hakkas, Hainanese, Teochius, Henghua (Xinghua) and others. As in other overseas Chinese communities, these different groups are located in different areas"The Quemoy Hokkiens are located in Brunei-Muara District while the Hakkas, Cantonese, and Hainanese are located in the Belait District. Separation among these groups is further reinforced by the different associations that cater to them."Examples of such associations are Belait District Hainanese Association, the Brunei Hainan Huiguan, the Belait District Fuzhou Association, the Belait District Hakka Association, the Brunei Guangdong-Huizhou-Zhaoqing Association, the Brunei Dabu Association and the Chinese Taipei Sojourners Society.Wherever they were, the Chinese communities in Brunei Town then needed a place for them to perform their religious duties. Hitherto, all their religious festivals then were celebrated in opera performances held in open areas. An important place for them was a permanent temple.

The first temple:According to a research paper written by Carrie C Brown and published in a collection of articles entitled "From Buckfast to Borneo", this first Chinese Temple was built in 1918.This temple where the Chinese perform their religious practices is the Buddhist Tengyun Temple. It was built by the Quemoy Hokkiens.As the First World War raged on in Europe, apparently times were good for the Chinese towkays in Brunei.The Chinese businessmen were among the first to heed the British Resident's call to set up shops away from the Kampong Ayer.In 1918, Dato Cheok Boon Siok was the Dato Temenggong and he owned land and shophouses up and down the street now known as Jalan Sultan. In the Brunei Annual Report of 1909, Cheok Boon Seok was described as the holder of the Chandu, Gambling License and Pawnbroking Farms and that he paid the rents regularly. It was not surprising that he had the wealth.The site chosen in front of Brunei River was geomatrically suitable and owned by him which he donated to the building of that first temple.The temple when it was built was considered as a remarkable piece of architecture and cost around $8,075.50 (Straits Dollar) which is a considerable sum in those days.The money came from donations from shops and individuals in Labuan, Limbang and Brunei as well as levies on tobacco and white rice imports. The top contributor was a shop named Choon Guan.

The temple was named Teng Yun Temple (Temple of Flying Clouds) but it became better known as Twa Pa Kung Temple (Great Uncle Temple).The new temple in Jalan Kianggeh is also known officially as the Hall of Flying Clouds.After the temple was built, a plaque was put up with the list of people who donated towards the construction.The plaque was made of wood, roughly three foot high and eight foot wide and inscribed with the names of donors and the amount of their largesse in Chinese and cut into the wood with a blade.Years later, apparently there was a bitter dispute and someone took a saw and cut away a chunk of the plaque. The plaque is now tucked away in a quiet corner of the current temple.The temple survived the bombings of the Second World War. In photographs taken by the Allied Forces, it can be clearly seen that the temple was the only large building standing after the bombardments of Brunei Town in the Second World War, first by the Japanese and later by the Allies.Many people were shocked that after the bombings, an unexploded bomb was found in the middle of the temple courtyard. Luckily the bomb remained intact and the temple survived.However, despite surviving the aerial bombardments and the rigors of war, the temple had to be demolished.By the 1950s, the expansion of the Brunei Town, the development boom of the post world war led to more materials and goods coming into Brunei.The need of the expanding port led the government to acquire the area of the temple.By the 1950s, the temple found itself next to the Customs Building on its right and the government rest house on its left.The temple was demolished and a customs warehouse was built on top of the old temple site.A new Chinese temple was built facing Sungai Kianggeh where it is located currently. The government provided $45,000 to the building of the new temple in 1960.

Hindu temple in Seria

The Hindu Temple of Brunei - located inside Gurkha Regiment. (Hindu, Budhist and Sikh Temple)The temple itself was quite and serene .one entered into a small corridor of hanging bells on the left was the famous Dollar Ganapati known because so because devotees believed that praying to him with a dollar would grant their wishes and there were lot of Brunei one dollar bills on his feet. then there were the navagrahas under a nice tree there was a Shiva lingha next The main hall had a collection of deities the central one goddess Durga .The big hall had nice seats to rest and pray ,on the other end was a Buddhist corner with flower bedecked photos of the Bodhisattva .The whole place was kept neat and pristine and many Indians visited the temple there also was a big Supaa save mall nearby with a wide collection of shopping solace. This is the unique temple as it is the only place in the sultanate where not only Hindus come to the temple for praying but al so Sikhs and Buddhists.

Church of Our Lady of the Assumption (COLA) in Bandar Seri Begawan

Although Brunei is a Muslim country, there are a few thousand Catholics living in this place. Most of which are expatriates from the neighboring Asian countries. To cater to the spiritual needs of these folks, there are a few churches dotted around Brunei. Luckily, one of the three parishes is at its capital, Bandar Seri Begawan; the Church of Our Lady of the Assumption

Along a quiet street in Bandar Seri Begawan, you’ll see a tree with a simple signage indicating you found your faith’s resting place. It’s a quaint house of worship, with not much space but with an armful of serenity and passion. The people who come in are almost in a slow pace, checking the place and understanding their purpose.

Stepping inside the Church, the first thing you’ll notice is how it resembles much like a retreat house. For some reason, it reminded me of Christian Living Education sessions way back. The chairs and pews are all wooden, the ceilings are humbler and the place is as clean and peaceful as it should. Everything is kept simple, except the altar where you’ll find a few embellishments and spiritual step ups.One thing that’s really likable about this place is the tiled wall art of the Our Lady of Assumption. It looks glorious amidst the simplicity of the white walls. Just like how the rest of this parish addresses the Catholic faith in this Muslim nation – bringing peacefulness and faith. Address: 11 Jalan Kumbang Pasang, Bandar Seri Begawan BS8671, Brunei Darussalam Opening Hours: Daily 6:00 AM - 7:00 PM

St Andrew's Church

Sunday

7:45am English (Lithurgical) with Children Ministry

10:00am English (Contemporary) with Children Ministry

3:00pm Chinese with Children & Youth Ministry

6:00pm Iban with Children & Youth Ministry

8:00pm Tamil with Children Ministry

Saturday

4:00pm YDM (Youth Service)

1.Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien

Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque is an Islamic mosque located in Bandar Seri Begawan, the capital of the Sultanate of Brunei. Considered as one of the most beautiful mosques in the Asia Pacific, it is a place of worship for the Muslim community, a major landmark and a tourist attraction of Brunei.Named after Omar Ali Saifuddien III, the 28th Sultan of Brunei who also initiated its construction, the mosque serves as a symbol of the Islamic faith in Brunei and dominates the skyline of Bandar Seri Begawan. The building was completed in 1958 and is an example of modern Islamic architecture.

The mosque unites Mughal architecture and Italian styles. The plans were done by Booty and Edwards Chartered Architects according to designs by the Italian architect Cavaliere Rudolfo Nolli, who had already for decades been working at the gulf of Siam.

Built in an artificial lagoon on the banks of the Brunei River at Kampong Ayer- the "village in the water", the mosque has marble minarets and golden domes, a courtyard and is surrounded by a large number of trees and floral gardens. A bridge reaches across the lagoon to Kampong Ayer in the middle of the river. Another marble bridge leads to a structure in the lagoon meant as a replica of a 16th Century Sultan Bolkiah Mahligai Barge. The barge itself was completed in 1967 to commemorate the 1,400th anniversary of Nuzul Al-Quran (coming down of the Quran) and was used to stage the Quran reading competitions.The mosque's most recognizable feature - the main dome, is covered in pure gold. The mosque stands 52 m (171 ft) high and can be seen from virtually anywhere in Bandar Seri Begawan. The main minaret is the mosque's tallest feature. In a unique way it mixes Renaissance and Italian architectural style. The minaret has an elevator to the top, where a visitor can enjoy a panoramic view of the city.

The interior of the mosque is for prayer only, with features such as stained glass windows, arches, semi-domes and marble columns. Nearly all the material used for the building were imported from abroad: the marble from Italy, the granite from Shanghai, the crystal chandeliers from England and the carpets from Saudi Arabia.

Masjid Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin
Address: Masjid Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Kg. Ayer (Water Village), Brunei town centreBandar Seri Begawan, KA1321, BRUNEI DARUSSALAM
Phone: +673246120
Email: hba.13@hotmail.com
Directions: The Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque is located in Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei's capital, near the water village or Kampong Ayer and Yayasan Sultan Hj. Hassanal Bolkiah (Foundation Complex).
GeneralInformation: The oldest Mosque in Brunei Darussalam to date. It was built in 1958 on an artificial lagoon. It is white in colour with gold-plated domes.
Activities 1: 12.22-3.29: 01/09,Zohor,
Activities 2: 3.29-6.27: 01/09,Asar,
Activities 3: 6.27-7.37: 01/09,Maghrib,
Activities 4: 7.37-4.57: 01/09,isyak,
Activities 5: 4.57-6.14: 01/09,Subuh,
GeneralActivities: The local Muslim communities congregate for daily and Friday Jumuaah prayers. Also a center for Quran reading and learning as well as other Islamic activities.


2.Jame'Asr Hassanil Bolkiah Mosque

2.Jame'Asr Hassanil Bolkiah Mosque

Considered as one of the grandest monuments to Islam in the whole region, the magnificent Jame' Asr Hassanil Bolkiah Mosque is the brainchild of His Majesty the Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu'izzaddin Waddaulah and Yang Dipertuan Negara Brunei Darussalam.Known locally as the Kiarong Mosque as it is situated in Kampong Kiarong, a few kilometres from the capital, it was built to commemorate the 25th anniversary of His Majesty's accession to the throne. The Mosque was officially opened on a Thursday, 14 July,1994.

The fine artistry of the structure's basic design as well as the interiors shows the meticulous attention to details and reveals the depth of the love that inspired the vision to build this splendid symbol of devotion to Islam. The stunning edifice with its artfully landscaped gardens and fountains that add to the serene ambience is a memorable place to visit and certainly a must for visitors. Visitors may enter the mosque but are asked to remove their shoes before entering and to exercise due consideration for people praying. Women are should cover their heads and dress conservatively.

Visiting Hours:Sunday to Wednesday: 8am to 12noon, 2pm to 3pm & 5pm to 6pmThe mosque is closed to non-Muslims on Thursdays. It is open on Saturday provided that there is no official function the following day. Built in 1992 to celebrate the 25th year of the current sultan's reign, Brunei's largest mosque and its four terrazzo-tiled minarets dominate the 'suburbs' of BSB. It's certainly a...noticeable building; because the sultan is his dynasty's 29th ruler, the complex is adorned with 29 golden domes. At night the mosque is lit up like a gold flame.The interior is best described as jaw-droppingly over-the-top. The sheer volume in itself is amazing, not to mention the myriad woven rugs scattered across the men's prayer hall.The mosque is about 3km northwest of the city centre towards Gadong. To get here, take buses 1 or 22 from the main bus terminal.

3.Masjid Kampong Pulaie

3.Masjid Kampong Pulaie

Masjid Kampong Pulaie located about 8 km from Bandar Seri Begawan. Construction of the mosque began in early 1984 on the site of 3 acres of land and completed in early kemudiannnya expense of approximately $ 500,000.00.The mosque was officially opened by the honorable Pg Dato Seri Laila Jasa Dr. Ismail bin Pg Hj Damit, Minister of Development, Brunei Darussalam on Friday, the 15th. Jamadilawal, 1407 is equal to 16. January 1987.With the growing number of residents and pilgrims, the renovation and additional building was done in the 1990s. The mosque can accommodate a congregation of about 1,200 people. Among the facilities available at this mosque is the halls, rooms and rooms complete funeral libraries.

4.Masjid Kampong Sungai Hanching

Masjid Kampong Sungai Hanching located about 12km from Bandar Seri Begawan. The mosque was built on the site of 0.5 acres of land with a total budget of approximately $ 500,000.00.mosque was officially opened on Friday, the 25th. Muharram, 1403 corresponding to 12th. November, 1982 by the Honourable Pehin Orang Kaya Setia Pahlawan Dato Seri Setia Awang Abd.Rahman bin Dato Setia Awang Haji Mohd. Taib, Acting Secretary to the Government of Brunei Darussalam (at the time). capacity mosque can accommodate 1,400 worshipers. Among the facilities available at this mosque is a multi-purposehall.

5.Masjid Al-Ameerah Al-Hajjah Maryam

Al-Ameerah Al-Hajjah Maryam in Kampong Jerudong is located about 24km from Bandar Seri Begawan. The mosque is a waqf Her Royal Highness Pengiran Hajjah Maryam Wife Hj Abd. Aziz. mosque was first used in the 28th. January 1999 which is a Friday night and was officially opened by His Majesty Paduka Seri Baginda Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu'izzaddin Waddaulah, Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam on Friday, the 11th. Shawwal, 1419 corresponding to 29th. January, 1999. Capacity mosque can accommodate 2,000 worshipers. The facilities in the room to complete the mosque remains, funeral cars, multi-purpose hall and a special ride for disabled people in wheelchairs.

6.Masjid Mohammad Bolkiah

Mohammad Bolkiah Mosque is located in Kampong Jalan Muara Serusop about 7km from Bandar Seri Begawan. The mosque was built in the 1st. February 1976 on the site of acres of land of 6:28 and finished at 31. August 1978 denaga expenditure of $ 1,100,000.00. mosque was officially opened by His Majesty Paduka Seri Baginda Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu'izzaddin Waddaulah, Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam on the 3rd. Muharram, 1400 corresponding to 23th. November 1979 to coincide with the arrival of the 15th century AH. capacity mosque can accommodate 3,000 worshipers. Among the facilities available at this mosque is a multi-purpose hall and room libraries.

7. MASJID RPN KAMPONG LAMBAK KANAN

Right Flea Transfer Mosque is located about 12km from Bandar Seri Begawan. The mosque was built in the 18th. March 1994 on the site of a land area of 6084 hectares and is to be completed in late December 1995 at a cost of $ 11,684,000.00. mosque was officially opened by His Majesty Paduka Seri Baginda Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu'izzaddin Waddaulah, Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam, on the 28th. Shaban, 1416 equal to the Prophet's birthday 51 years. Capacity mosque can accommodate 2,400 worshipers. One of the facilities available at this mosque is the mini libraries.

8. Masjid Sultan Sharif Ali

Sultan Sharif Ali Mosque, located in Kampong Sengkurong about 16km from Bandar Seri Begawan. The mosque was built on 4 acres of land and be completed in January 1986 at a cost of $ 3,770,055.00. mosque was officially opened by His Majesty Paduka Seri Baginda Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu'izzaddin Waddaulah, Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan Brunei Darussalam, the 18th.Muharram, 1406 equals 28. February, 1986. Capacity mosque can accommodate 3,000 worshipers. Due to the number of inhabitants and the growing congregation renovation was done in April 1998 and was completed six months later with an expense of about $ 38,900.00. between the facilities available at this mosque is a multi-purpose hall, room and room remains complete libraries.

9. Masjid Al-Muhtadee Billah ,Kampong sungai kebun

Al-eldest lawful Creek Farm is located in the River of Brunei, Bandar Seri Begawan. The mosque was built in the 17th. September, 1983 on the site of acres of land of 0:56 and to be completed on the 27th. May 1987 at a cost of $ 3,369,653.28.The mosque was officially opened by His Majesty Paduka Seri Baginda Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu'izzaddin Waddaulah, Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam on Friday the 20th. Zulkaedah, 1407 is equal to 17. July, 1987 in conjunction with his birthday. Capacity mosque can accommodate 1,100 worshipers. One of the facilities available at this mosque is room equipment rooms perfecting funeral and libraries. The mosque is also accessible by road and the river.

10.Masjid Setia Ali

Setia Ali Mosque in Pekan Muara is about 25.5km from Bandar Seri Begawan. The mosque was built in the 30th. July, 1960 on the site of a land area of 2,590 acres and is to be completed in November 1961 at a cost of $ 250,000.00. mosque was officially opened by His Majesty Sultan Haji Omar Ali Saifuddien Sa'adul Khairi Waddien (the late Al) on 5th . Muharram, 1382 corresponding to 8hb.Jun, 1962. Capacity mosque can accommodate 700 worshipers. The facilities available at this mosque is a multi-purpose hall, meeting rooms and libraries.

11.Masjid Kampong Belimbing

Leatherback Kampong Masjid is located about 5km from Bandar Seri Begawan. The mosque was built in the 22th. July 1994 on the site of acres of land of 5:25 and finished in 17th. September 1995 with a total budget of $ 3,464,255.37. capacity mosque can accommodate 1,500 worshipers. Among the facilities vailable in the rooms of the mosque libraries, rooms and meeting rooms perfect body.

12. Masjid Kampong Lambak

Masjid Kampong Flea is located about 15km from Bandar Seri Begawan. Construction of the mosque is on the 28th. November, 1992 at a cost of $ 3,228,888.88. and finished on the 14th. January, 1994.The official opening of the mosque was completed by His Royal Highness the Emperor Permaisuara Treasurer Seri Pengiran Muda Haji Sufri Bolkiah on Saturday, 1st. Muharram, 1415 corresponding to 11th.June 1994 in conjunction with the beginning of the new year AH 1415. Capacity mosque can accommodate 1,400 worshipers. Among the facilities available in the rooms of the mosque libraries.

13. Masjid Kampong Salambigar

Masjid Kampong Salambigar located about 13km from Bandar Seri Begawan. The mosque was built in the 27th. August 1995 on the site of a land area of 2274 hectares at a cost of about $ 5,736,520.00 and was first used in the 23th. October, 1977.Capacity mosque can accommodate about 1,000 worshipers. Among the facilities available in the rooms of the mosque libraries.

14. Masjid Sufri Bolkiah

Sufri Bolkiah Mosque is located in Kampong Berakas Transfer approximately 7km from Bandar Seri Begawan. Construction of the mosque in 1994 and was completed in 1996. Built on the site of a 3 acre land at a cost of $ 2,200,000.00. capacity mosque can accommodate 2,000 worshipers. Among the facilities available in the rooms of the mosque libraries.

15. Masjid Kampong Tamoi

Masjid Kampong Tamoi located about 2km from Bandar Seri Begawan. The construction of the mosque began in the 16th. August 1995 and it was used in the 16th. January, 1999. mosque was built at a cost of $ 13,000,000.00 and can accommodate up to 1,500 worshipers. Among the facilities available in the rooms of the mosque libraries and rooms complete funeral.

16. Masjid Universiti Brunei Darussalam

Universiti Brunei Darussalam Mosque is located in Kampong Rimba, Sur Road about 16km from Bandar Seri Begawan. The mosque was built in 1992 on the site of a land area of 2032 hectares and completed in 1994 at a cost of $ 7,600,000.00. mosque is the gift of His Majesty Paduka Seri Baginda Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu'izzaddin Waddaulah and proceeds from the collection of the public. On the 19th. Rabiulakhir, 1416 corresponding to 15th. September, 1995, the mosque was officially opened by His Majesty Paduka Seri Baginda Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu'izzaddin Waddaulah, Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam. Capacity mosque can accommodate 1,800 worshipers

17.Masjid Kampong Limau Manis

Sweet Lime Village Mosque is located about 32km from Bandar Seri Begawan. Construction of the mosque in 1994 on the site of 5 acres of land and completed two years later at a cost of $ 2,850,000.00. Capacity mosque can accommodate 1,200 worshipers. Among the facilities available in the rooms of the mosque libraries

18. Masjid Kampong Bunut

Masjid Kampong Bunut located about 8 km from Bandar Seri Begawan. The mosque was built in the 19th. December 1991 on the site of 2 acres of land and was completed in the 1st. October, 1992 with expenses of approximately $ 2,400,000.00. Mosque was inaugurated by His Majesty Paduka Seri Baginda Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu'izzaddin Waddaulah, Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam on Friday, the 26th. Muharram, 1414 corresponding to 16th. July, 1993. Capacity mosque can accommodate about 1,500 worshipers. Among the facilities available at this mosque is a multi-purpose hall, room remains complete, rooms and libraries have websites.

19. Masjid Jubli Perak Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah

Prime Wangsa Haji Mohammad Mosque is located in Kampong Sungai Tarab Bau on the edge of Brunei, Bandar Seri Begawan. The mosque was built in the 13th. April 1994 and to be completed on the 30th. May 1995 at a cost of $ 2,655,000.00. capacity mosque can accommodate 900 worshipers. The public and pilgrims can visit this mosque by land and river.

20. Masjid Perdana Wangsa Haji Mohammad

Prime Wangsa Haji Mohammad Mosque is located in Kampong Sungai Tarab Bau on the edge of Brunei, Bandar Seri Begawan. The mosque was built in the 13th. April 1994 and to be completed on the 30th. May 1995 at a cost of $ 2,655,000.00. capacity mosque can accommodate 900 worshipers. The public and pilgrims can visit this mosque by land and river.

21. Masjid Kampong Serdang

Masjid Kampong Serdang is located about 11km from Bandar Seri Begawan. The mosque was built in the 26th. August 1995 and to be completed on 22. August 1996 at a cost of $ 3,641,290.00. capacity mosque can accommodate 1,000 worshipers. Among the facilities available in the rooms of the mosque libraries and meeting rooms.

22. Masjid Kampong Pintu Malim

Masjid Kampong Pilot Door is located about 4 km from Bandar Seri Begawan. The mosque was built in the 28th. September 1995 on the site of 2 acres of land and construction was completed on the 28th. March, 1997 at a cost of $ 4,329,913.84. capacity mosque can accommodate 1,000 worshipers. Among the facilities available are libraries and conference rooms.

23. Masjid Kampong Kapok

Kampong Kapok Mosque is located about 25km from Bandar Seri Begawan. The mosque was built in 1994 on the site of a land area of 2744 acres and is to be completed in October 1996 at a cost of $ 3,202,000.00. capacity mosque can accommodate 700 worshipers.

24. Masjid Kampong Batu Marang

Masjid Kampong Batu Marang is located about 20km from Bandar Seri Begawan. The mosque was first used in the 29th. Shaban, 1416 equals 19. January 1996 on the site of 5 acres of land at the expense of approximately $ 3,000,000.00. capacity mosque can accommodate 1,000 worshipers. The facility available at this mosque is a multi-purpose hall, VIP rooms, libraries and funeral completion appliances.

25. Masjid Kampong Lumapas

Masjid Kampong Lumapas located about 40km from Bandar Seri Begawan. The mosque was built in the 17th. September 1994 on the site of 5 acres of land and construction was completed on the 30th. May 1995 at a cost of $ 3,088,800.88 capacity mosque can accommodate 700 worshipers. Among the facilities available in the rooms of the mosque libraries.

26. MASJID KAMPONG PERPINDAHAN MATA-MATA GADONG

Masjid Kampong Mata-Mata Gadong Transfer is located about 12km from Bandar Seri Begawan. Construction of the mosque began in 1983 on the site of land of 1 acre and was completed a year later. mosque was officially opened by the Honourable Dato Seri Begawan Pehin Khatib Hj Home Metali bin Mat Yassin on 2nd. Muharram, 1405 corresponding to 28th. September, 1984. Once the work is done building additions and enlargement in 1991, the mosque can now accommodate 500 worshipers.

27. MASJID KAMPONG BERIBI

Masjid Kampong Beribi located about 5km from Bandar Seri Begawan. Construction of the mosque began in the 17th. February, 1983 on the site of 2 acres of land and construction was completed on the 9th. December, 1983. mosque was officially opened on Friday the 20th. Muharram, 1404 corresponding to 23th. March 1984 by HRH Pengiran Pengiran Laila Royal Code Bahrin bin Pengiran Haji Abbas, Minister for Law, Brunei Darussalam. Capacity mosque can accommodate up to 500 worshipers.

28. MASJID KAMPONG MASIN

Masjid Kampong Saline is located about 24km from Bandar Seri Begawan. This mosque was built in 1986 on the site of 2 acres of land and be completed in 1987. mosque was officially opened by the Honorable Pehin Orang Kaya Seri Utama Dato Ratna Dr. Royal. Ustaz Haji Awang Mohd. Zain bin Haji SERUDIN, Minister of Religious Affairs, Brunei Darussalam, the 27th. Muharram, 1407 corresponding to 27th. December, 1987. Due to the number of residents and pilgrims are increasing then the expansion was done in 1990 on the contribution of a servant of God. Capacity mosque can accommodate up to 500 worshipers. Among the facilities available in the rooms of the mosque libraries and helicopter landing sites.

29. MASJID KAMPONG JUNJUNGAN

Kampong Holy Mosque is located about 38km from Bandar Seri Begawan. Construction of the mosque began in the 2nd. March, 1998 and finished on the 15th. September 1998 on the site of 1.5 acre land at a cost of $ 60,000.00. capacity mosque can accommodate 250 worshipers. Among the facilities available at this mosque are halls and libraries.

30.MASJID KAMPONG PENGKALAN BATU

Masjid Kampong Pengkalan Batu Located about 28km from Bandar Seri Begawan. The mosque was built in 1982 on the site of land of 1 acre and to be completed in 6 st. May 1983 at a cost of $ 357,600.00. mosque was officially opened by HRH Pengiran Seri Indera Pg Hj Ismail Pg Hj Mohammad on 2nd. Rabiulakhir, 1404 equal to the 6th. January, 1984. Capacity mosque can accommodate 200 worshipers.

31. MASJID KAMPONG PANCHOR MURAI

Kampong Panchor Murai Mosque is located about 32km from Bandar Seri Begawan. The mosque was built on the site of 1 acre land at a cost of $ 357,600.00. mosque was officially opened by HRH Pengiran Maharaja son Pg Hj Ahmad, son Almahrum Pg Pg Anak Hj Mohd Treasurer. Yasin on 7th. Muharram, 1403 corresponding to 14th. April, 1983. Capacity mosque can accommodate 200 worshipers. One of the facilities available in the rooms of the mosque libraries.

32. MASJID KAMPONG KILANAS

Masjid Kampong Kilanas located about 13km from Bandar Seri Begawan. The mosque was built on the site of 0.5 acres of land at a cost of $ 31.472. This mosque was first used in the 29th. November, 1968. mosque was officially opened by Her Royal Highness Paduka Seri Pengiran Pemancha Sahibul Rae 'Wal-Mashuarah Pengiran Muda Haji Mohd. Nature as the representative of the Sultan. Due to the number of inhabitants and growing congregation then full renovation was done in 1989 and completed in 1990 at a cost of $ 180,000.00. Capacity mosque can accommodate 1,700 worshipers.

33. MASJID KAMPONG BENGKURONG

Bengkurong village mosque is located about 7 km from Bandar Seri Begawan. The mosque was built in 1984 on the site of 4 acres of land and was completed in 1986 with expenditures of approximately $ 250,000.00. mosque was officially opened by Pehin Dato Seri Maharaja Dato Seri Utama Hj Ismail bin Umar Abdul Aziz, Mufti , on Friday, the 8th. Rajab 1408 corresponding to 26th. February 1988. Capacity mosque can accommodate about 200 worshipers. Due to the number of inhabitants and growing congregation then the expansion was initiated in late 1990 and to be completed on the 14th. April 1991 can accommodate up to 800 worshipers at a cost of $ 180,000.00.

34. MASJID KAMPONG KASAT

Masjid Kampong Kasat located about 25km from Bandar Seri Begawan. The mosque was built in the 16th. February, 1979 and completed in June 1980 at a cost of $ 250,000.00. mosque was officially opened by Dato Paduka Awang Haji Talib bin Haji Dervish, Director of Public Works (at the time) on Friday the 20th. Muharram, 1401 corresponding to 28th. November, 1980. Capacity mosque can accommodate 250 worshipers. With the growing congregation and the village community, the mosque was renovated in the 28th. August 1996 and finished in 19th. April, 1997 and can accommodate up to 500 worshipers.

35.MASJID KAMPONG MENUNGGOL

Masjid Kampong Menunggol located about 10km from Bandar Seri Begawan. The mosque was built in early 1979 on the site of a land area of 0.75 acres and was completed in early September 1979 at a cost of $ 90,000.00. mosque was officially opened by the Honourable Pehin Orang Kaya Laila Setia Bakti Royal Dato Laila Main Haji Isa bin Pehin Datu Prime Minister Dato Laila Main Hj Ibrahim, General Counsel of His Royal Highness Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam (at the time) on Friday 6th. Muharram, 1401 corresponding to 14th. November, 1980. Capacity mosque can accommodate 300 worshipers.

36.MASJID PEHIN DATU IMAM HAJI ABDUL MOKTI

Pehin Datu Imam Mosque, Haji Abdul Mokti Burong Pingai located in Kampong Ayer, Bandar Seri Begawan. The mosque was built in 1979 and finished in 19th. June 1981 at a cost of $ 100,000.00. mosque was officially opened by His Royal Highness Prince Pengiran Seri Maharaja Permaisuara Treasurer Pg Haji Sufri Bolkiah on Friday, the 8th. Muharram, 1402 corresponding to 6th. February, 1981. Capacity mosque can accommodate up to 350 worshipers, one of the facilities available at this mosque is complete funeral equipment.

37. MASJID KAMPONG PELAMBAYAN

Masjid Kampong Pelambayan located about 6 km from Bandar Seri Begawan. The mosque was built in the 22th. September, 1983 on the site of a land area of 0.75 acres and was completed in February 1984 at a cost of $ 450,000.00. mosque was officially opened by the Honourable Foreign Office Pehin Dato Seri Paduka Pekerma Raja Haji Awang Hussain bin Pehin Orang Kaya Seri Hj Mohd Royal. Yusof, Director of Social Welfare, Youth and Sports, (former Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports) on Friday, 19. Rajab 1404 corresponding to 20th. April, 1984. Capacity mosque can accommodate 600 worshipers.

38. MASJID KAMPONG PUDAK

Masjid Kampong earrings located about 6 km from Bandar Seri Begawan. The mosque was built in early 1973 and be completed by the 17th. June 1973 at a cost of $ 20,000.00. mosque was officially opened by HRH Pengiran Indera Negara Pg Anak Idris bin Pengiran Maharaja Lela Pengiran Muda Abdul Kahar on Friday, the 11th. Shaban, 1394 corresponding to 30th. Of August, 1974. Capacity mosque can accommodate 300 worshipers.

39. MASJID KAMPONG SUNGAI BESAR

Masjid Kampong Sungai Besar is located about 15km from Bandar Seri Begawan. The mosque was built in the 1st. October, 1982 on the site of a land area of 2 acres and was completed in 1983 at a cost of $ 300,000.00. mosque was officially opened by the Honourable Pehin Orang Kaya Laila Wijaya Dato Seri Setia Haji Awang Abdul Aziz bin Begawan Pehin Udana Khatib Dato Seri Paduka Haji Awang Umar, Minister of Education at that time on Sunday, the 27th. Rabi, 1404 equal to the 1st. January, 1984. Capacity mosque can accommodate 280 worshipers. Given the increasing number of pilgrims present, the building of the mosque was enlarged with an allocation of over $ 100,000.00. The mosque is now able to accommodate about 630 worshipers.The facilities available at this mosque is a mini libraries.

40. MASJID KAMPONG SUNGAI BUNGA

Masjid Kampong Sungai Bunga is located about 14km from Bandar Seri Begawan. The mosque was built in the 25th. July, 1996, and finished on the 15th. October 1998 at a cost of $ 800,000.00. mosque was first used in the 14th. July, 1999 in conjunction with the anniversary of the birthday of His Majesty Paduka Seri Baginda Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam's 53rd year on the 15th. July, 1999. Capacity mosque can accommodate 200 worshipers.

41. MASJID KAMPONG PERPINDAHAN SERASA

Feeling Transfer Kampong Masjid is located about 32km from Bandar Seri Begawan. The mosque was built in the 15th. September, 1985 on the site of a land area of 1.74 acres and was completed on the 19th. September, 1986 at a cost of $ 514,360.00. mosque was officially opened by Pehin of East Khatib Dato Paduka Seri Setia Ustaz Haji Awang Yahya bin Haji Ibrahim, Deputy Minister of Religious Affairs, on Friday, 3rd. Muharram, 1407 corresponding to 28th. Of August, 1987. Capacity mosque can accommodate up to 500 worshipers.

42. MASJID KAMPONG TANAH JAMBU

Masjid Kampong Tanah Jambu located about 18km from Bandar Seri Begawan. The mosque was built in 1978 on the site of a land area of 1.5 acres and was completed on the 7th. December 1979 at a cost of $ 600,000.00. mosque was officially opened by HRH Pengiran Indera Mahkota Pengiran Muda Kamaluddin Al-Haj on 17th. Muharram, 1400 corresponding to the 7th.December 1979 in conjunction with the advent of Hijri Year 1400. Capacity mosque can accommodate 600 worshipers. One of the facilities available at this mosque is a building libraries remain.

43. MASJID KAMPONG SUNGAI BULOH

Masjid Kampong Sungai Buloh is located about 19km from Bandar Seri Begawan. The mosque was built in 1982 on the site of a land area of 1.5 acres and was completed in mid-1983 at a cost of $ 300,000.00. mosque has been opened officially by HRH Pengiran Setia Raja Pg Hj Jaya Pg Hj Rajid on Friday, the 1st. Muharram, 1404 corresponding to the 7th. October, 1983. Capacity mosque can accommodate 150 worshipers. The facilities available at this mosque is a mini libraries. Due to the large number of pilgrims grew in number, an additional building of the mosque was made in October 1996 and was completed and used in the 25th. Shaban, 1417 equal to the 5th. January, 1997 with expenses of approximately $ 27,000.00. The mosque can now accommodate about 370 worshipers.

44.MASJID KAMPONG MENTIRI

Masjid Kampong Mentiri located about 17km from Bandar Seri Begawan. The mosque was built in the 27th. September, 1982 on the site of a land area of 0.5 acres and was completed on the 24th. August 1983 at a cost of $ 300,000.00. mosque was officially opened by HRH Pengiran Maharaja Lela Sahibul Kahar Pg Anak Hj Mohd. Joseph, son of the late Al-Pemancha Pg Pg Anak Haji Mohamed Alam on Friday, the 23th. Rabiulakhir, 1404 corresponding to 27th. January, 1984 in conjunction with the National Day of Brunei Darussalam. Capacity mosque can accommodate 260 worshipers. Due to the number of pilgrims grew in number, one additional mosque has been made in 1990 and completed in 1992, at a cost of $ 50,000.00. and can accommodate 600 worshipers.

45. MASJID MOHAMMAD JAMALUL ALAM, KUALA BELAIT

Mohammad Jamalul Alam Mosque is located in the heart of the town of Kuala Belait. Construction of the mosque in 1961 on the site of 5 acres of land and was completed in 1963 at a cost of $ 500,000.00. mosque was officially opened by His Majesty Paduka Seri Baginda Maulana Al-Sultan Sir Muda Ali Saifuddien Sa'adul Khairi Waddien on Friday, the 18th. Jamadilawal, 1384 corresponding to 25th. September, 1964. Due to the number of residents and pilgrims are increasing the widening of the building was done in 1992 and was completed the following year at a cost of approximately $ 2,600,000.00. Capacity mosque can accommodate 2,000 worshipers. Among the facilities available in this mosque is a multi-purpose hall, room complete funeral, hearse rooms and libraries

46.MASJID PEKAN SERIA

Pekan Seria Mosque is located in the heart of town. The mosque was built in 1953 on the site of 2 acres of land and construction was completed in 1954 at a cost of $ 250,000.00. mosque official opening was officiated by His Royal Highness Maulana Al-Sultan Sir Muda Omar Ali Saifuddien Sa'adul Khairi Waddien on Sunday, 21. Muharram, 1374 corresponding to 19th. September, 1954. Due to the number of residents and pilgrims are increasing the number of times that modification was done in 1970 and 1982. Capacity mosque can accommodate 2,000 worshipers.Amongst the facilities there is room in the mosque libraries and complete funeral room.

47.MASJID PERPINDAHAN KAMPONG PANDAN

Transfer Masjid Pandan is located about 5km from the town of Belait. The mosque was built on 18th March 1994 on the site of a land area of 6.5 acres and was completed on 17th December 1995 at a cost of $ 14,000.000.00. mosque was first used in 28th February 1996. Its capacity can accommodate 1,100 worshipers. One of the facilities available in the rooms of the mosque libraries.

48. MASJID ZAINAB

Zaynab Mosque is located in Kampong Lumut about 32km from Pekan Belait. Construction of the mosque began in the 13th. July, 1985 on the site of a land area of 2.5 acres and was completed in 1992 and first used in the 28th. Safar, 1413 corresponding to 28th. August, 1992. official opening of the mosque was completed by His Majesty Paduka Seri Baginda Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu'izzaddin Waddaulah, Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam, on Friday, the 25th. Muharram, 1419 corresponding to 22th. May, 1998. The mosque is a waqf Awang Haji Abd.Samad bin Haji Metussin. Capacity mosque can accommodate 2,000 worshipers. One of the facilities available in the rooms of the mosque libraries.

49.MASJID KAMPONG SUNGAI TERABAN

Masjid Kampong Sungai Teraban located about 15km from the town of Belait. Construction of the mosque was completed in 1994 and two years later at a cost of $ 266,378.22. capacity mosque can accommodate about 1,400 worshipers. Among the facilities available at this mosque is the perfect room and the room remains libraries.

50. MASJID KAMPONG SUNGAI LIANG

Masjid Kampong Sungai Liang is located about 39km from Pekan Belait. The mosque was built in 1978 and was completed in 1980, the collection of public donations, grants and the government of the Islamic Religious Council of His Majesty. mosque was officially opened by HRH Pengiran Dipa Negara Pengiran Lela Di-Raja Abd. Momin bin Pg Hj Ismail on Saturday, 1st. Muharram, 1401 corresponding to 8th. November, 1980. Due to the number of inhabitants and growing congregation, the mosque was enlarged building was carried out in 1989 at a cost of $ 269,533.03.One of the facilities available in the rooms of the mosque libraries.

51.MASJID AL-MASHOR, KAMPONG SUNGAI MAU

Al-Mashor Mau Creek is located about 60km from Pekan Belait. Construction of the mosque began in 1990 on the site of land of 1 acre and was completed a year later at a cost of $ 162,000.00.official opening was officiated by His Royal Highness Pengiran Muda Haji Al-eldest-Prince on Friday, the 24th. Shaban, 1412 corresponding to 28th. February, 1992. This mosque is a waqf Mashor bin Hj Malai Malai Damit. Capacity mosque can accommodate about 200 worshipers. One of the facilities available in the rooms of the mosque libraries.

52. MASJID KAMPONG BUKIT SAWAT

Masjid Kampong Bukit Sawat in Ulu Belait is located about 65km from Pekan Belait. The mosque was built in 1990 and was completed two years later. Capacity mosque can accommodate about 120 worshipers.

53. MASJID KAMPONG LABI

Masjid Kampong Labi Ulu Belait is located about 74km from Pekan Belait. The mosque was built in 1976 on the site of a land area of 2.5 acres and was completed the following year at a cost of $ 156,000.00. mosque was opened by Pehin Orang Kaya Laila Wijaya Dato Seri Setia Awang Haji Abd. Aziz bin Begawan Pehin Udana Khatib Dato Seri Paduka Awang Haji Omar, Acting Secretary to the Government (at the time) on Friday, the 26th. Rajab 1399 corresponding to 22th. June 1979. Capacity mosque can accommodate about 200 worshipers.

54.MASJID UTAMA MOHAMMAD SALLEH, PEKAN BANGAR

Major Mohammad Salleh Mosque is located in the heart of Bangar Town. The mosque was built in the 10th. April, 1965 on the site of a land area of 2707 acres and was completed in 1967 at a cost of $ 395,000.00. official opening of the mosque was completed by His Majesty Paduka Seri Baginda Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu'izzaddin Waddaulah, Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan Brunei Darussalam, the 24th. Rabi, 1388 is equal to 21. June, 1968. Capacity mosque can accommodate about 800 worshipers. One of the facilities available in the rooms of the mosque libraries.

55. MASJID KAMPONG BELAIS

Masjid Kampong Belais located about 8km from the town of Bangar. The mosque was built in November 1994 on the site of land measuring 0.3286 hectares and was completed in November 1996 at a cost of $ 1,600,000.00. capacity mosque can accommodate about 300 worshipers. One of the facilities available in the rooms of the mosque libraries.

56.MASJID PENGIRAN HAJI ABU BAKAR, KAMPONG BOKOK

Pg Hj Abu Bakar Mosque is located in Kampong Bukok about 13km from Pekan Bangar. The mosque was built in the 30th. January 1987 on the site of a land area of 2 acres and was completed in October 1987 at a cost of $ 385,000.00. mosque was officially opened by Dato Paduka Awang Haji Safe bin Haji Munap, Deputy Minister of Development, (now Deputy Minister of Finance) on Friday 8th. Rajab 1408 corresponding to 26th. February 1988. Capacity mosque can accommodate about 200 worshipers. One of the facilities available at this mosque is a purpose-built libraries.

57.MASJID KAMPONG BATU APOI

Masjid Kampong Batu Apoi located about 6km from the town of Bangar. The mosque was built in the 28th. December, 1986 on the site of a land area of 1,965 acres and was completed in 1987 at a cost of $ 385,000.00. mosque was officially opened by Dato Paduka Hj Abidin bin Orang Kaya Heroes Abd. Rashid, Deputy Minister of Home Affairs, on Friday, the 10th. Muharram, 1408 corresponding to the 4th. September, 1987. Capacity mosque can accommodate about 200 worshipers. Among the facilities available at this mosque is room halls and libraries.

58.MASJID KAMPONG LABU ESTATE

Masjid Kampong Labu Estate is located about 16km from Pekan Bangar. The mosque was built in 1980 on a site of 0.94 acres of land, and completed in 1981. The mosque was first used on Monday, the 27th. December 1981. mosque was officially opened by the Honourable Pehin Orang Kaya Seri Utama Dato Ratna Royal Ustaz Haji Awang Mohd. Zain bin Haji SERUDIN, Principal of Religious Affairs, Brunei (at the time), on the 29th. Muharram, 1402 corresponding to 18th. October, 1982. The mosque can accommodate a congregation of 200 people.

59.MASJID KAMPONG SELANGAN

Masjid Kampong spacing is 19km from Bangar Town. The mosque was built in 1978 on the site of acres of land of 0:53 and finished in 1979. Mosque was officially opened by Pehin Datu Seri Maharaja Dato Seri Utama Hj Ismail bin Umar Abdul Aziz, the State Mufti, on Friday, the 24th. Muharram, 1400 corresponding to 14th. December 1979. Capacity mosque can accommodate about 200 worshipers.

60.MASJID KAMPONG PUNI

Masjid Kampong Puni located about 5km from the town of Bangar. The mosque was built in 1981 on the site of land of 1 acre and was completed in 1982. mosque was officially opened by Pehin Orang Kaya Seri Utama Dato Royal Amar (Dr) Haji Awang Mohd. Jamil Al-Sufri (at the time), on Friday, the 18th. Muharram, 1403 corresponding to 5th. November, 1982. Capacity mosque can accommodate about 200 worshipers. Due to the number of inhabitants and growing congregation of the mosque building was enlarged in 1985 with an estimated expenditure of $ 80,000.00.Among the facilities available at this mosque is a multi-purpose hall and room libraries.

61.MASJID HASSANAL BOLKIAH

Hassanal Bolkiah Mosque is located about 1km from the town of Tutong. The mosque was built in the 17th. April, 1965 on the site of a land area of 2.2357 acres and be completed in mid-1966 at a cost of $ 700,000.00. mosque building site is endowed two people servant of God, a part of it belongs to Awang Abdul Latif bin Khataf and partly owned by Awang Mohd. Daud bin Bujang.mosque was officially opened by His Royal Highness Prince Pengiran Muda Mahkota Hassanal Bolkiah on Friday, 9th. Jamadilawal, 1386 is equal to 26. Of August, 1966. capacity mosque can accommodate 1,000 worshipers. The facilities available at this mosque is halls, rooms and rooms complete funeral libraries.

62.MASJID ABDUL AZIM, KAMPONG LUAGAN DUDUK

Mosque of Abd. Azim Kampong Luagan Seating is located about 10km from Tutong Town. The mosque was built on the 21st. December 1991 on the site of 4 acres of land and construction was completed on the 23rd. September 1992 at a cost of $ 778,948.96 and expenses of building site construction of this mosque is the endowment of Jacob bin Hj Tahiruddin. capacity mosque can accommodate 800 worshipers.

63.MASJID KAMPONG LUBOK PULAU

Masjid Kampong Lubok Island is located about 7km from the town of Tutong. The mosque was built in the 18th. March 1994 on the site of 3 acres of land and construction was completed on the 15th. August 1995 at a cost of $ 2,818,213.26. mosque was first used in August 1995. Its capacity can accommodate a total of 800 pilgrims. The facilities available in the rooms of the mosque libraries and multipurpose space.

64. MASJID KAMPONG KERIAM

Keriam Mosque is located about 3km from the town of Tutong. The mosque was built in 1990 and finished in 10th. April, 1991 at a cost of $ 600,000.00. Mosque was first used on the 4th.October, 1992. Capacity mosque can accommodate 300 worshipers.

65.MASJID KAMPONG SINAUT

Masjid Kampong Sinaut located about 12km from Tutong Town. The mosque was built in 1978 on the site of a land area of 0.5036 acres and was completed in June 1979 at a cost of $ 160,000.00. sites land the mosque is a waqf of Hj Knot bin Soap. mosque was officially opened by HRH Pengiran Setia Negara Pengiran Haji Mohd. Yusof bin Pg Hj Abdul Rahim on Friday, the 17th. Muharram, 1400 corresponding to the 7th. December 1979 in conjunction with the beginning of the 15th century AH. With the increasing number of pilgrims and villagers, in 1983 renovation, adding the mosque was started and completed in 1984 and can accommodate 500 people at a cost of $ 21,000.00.

66.MASJID KAMPONG KUPANG

Masjid Kampong Kupang is located about 17km from Tutong Town. The mosque was built in 1981 on the site of land of 0.25 acres and was completed in early May 1982 at a cost of $ 300,000.00 funded by the Government of His Majesty and the help of the Islamic Religious Council. mosque was officially opened by Pehin Datu Imam Dato Paduka Seri Setia Ustaz Hj Abdul Hamid bin Prospective, Qadhi of Brunei Darussalam on Friday, the 8th. Jamadilawal equivalent to 10th 1404. February 1984 in conjunction with the declaration of the National Day of Brunei Darussalam. capacity mosque can accommodate 300 worshipers. Among the facilities available in this mosque is deceased and complete tool room libraries. Mosque also experienced an expansion so it can accommodate up to 500 worshipers. Additional mosque was made in 1997 and completed in December 1997 for $ 85,000.00.

67.MASJID KAMPONG BIRAU

Masjid Kampong Birau located about 19km from Tutong Town.The mosque was built in the 5th. August 1989 on the site of acres of land of 2:25 and finished construction on the 9th. October, 1990 at a cost of $ 515,323.00. The mosque was first used in the 12th. October 1990. sites mosque land was waqf land of the Queen bin Haji Ismail. mosque was officially opened by His Royal Highness Prince Muda Al-eldest son of His Majesty Paduka Seri Baginda Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu ' Izzaddin Waddaulah, on Friday, 21. Muharram, 1412 corresponding to the 2nd.August 1991 in conjunction with the celebration of the anniversary of the birthday of His Majesty Paduka Seri Baginda Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam's 45th year. capacity mosque can accommodate 300 worshipers. The facilities available at the mosque was completed appliance funeral.

68.MASJID KAMPONG KIUDANG

Masjid Kampong Sportif Hérémakono located about 22km from Tutong Town. The mosque was built in June 1971 at a cost of $ 24,000.00 results public donations and assisted by the Government of His Majesty. mosque was officially opened by the Honourable Dato Paduka Awang Haji Abd. Aziz bin Begawan Pehin Udana Khatib Dato Seri Paduka Awang Haji Omar, Acting Secretary to the Government (at the time) on Tuesday the 20th. Zulkaedah, 1392 is equal to 26. December, 1972. capacity mosque can accommodate up to 300 worshipers respondent. Among the facilities available in this mosque is the mini libraries and multipurpose space.

69. MASJID KAMPONG BUKIT PANGGAL

Masjid Kampong Bukit Panggal located about 9km from the town of Tutong. The mosque was built in the 5th. November, 1994 for a cost of $ 34,589.80 results public donations and the help of the Islamic Religious Council of Brunei. Mosque was first used in 22th. Shawwal, 1415 equals 24. March 1995. Capacity mosque can accommodate 250 worshipers. The facilities available in the rooms of the mosque libraries.

70. MASJID KAMPONG PENANJONG

Masjid Kampong Penanjong located about 8km from the town of Tutong. The mosque was built in the 30th. March, 1983 on the site of acres of land of 2:35 and finished in 19th. November, 1983 at a cost of $ 686,423.00 The mosque was officially opened by HRH Pengiran Setia Negara Pengiran Haji Mohd. Yusof bin Pg Hj Abdul Rahim, on Friday the 5th. Rajab 1404 corresponding to 6th. April, 1984. capacity mosque can accommodate up to 500 worshipers.

71. MASJID KAMPONG PENABAI

Masjid Kampong Penabai located about 5km from the town of Tutong. The mosque was built on the 21st. May, 1993 on the site of a land area of 0.60 acres and was completed on the 4th.November, 1993. Expenditure financed by the Islamic Religious Council of Brunei, totaling $ 225,000.00 Capacity mosque can accommodate 200 worshipers.

72.MASJID KAMPONG BUKIT UDAL

Masjid Kampong Bukit Udal is located about 10km from Tutong Town. The mosque was built in the 1st. April 1995 on the site of acres of land of 2:35 and finished in the same year at a cost of $ 240,000.00. mosque was first used on the 8th. Muharram, 1416 corresponding to 1st. November, 1995. Capacity mosque can accommodate 200 worshipers.

73. MASJID KAMPONG TELISAI

Masjid Kampong Telisai located about 17km from Tutong Town. The mosque was built at the end of 1983 on the site of land of 1 acre and was completed in August 1984 at a cost of $ 300,000.00. mosque was officially opened by the Honourable Pehin Orang Kaya Laila Wijaya Dato Seri Setia Haji Awang Abdul Aziz bin Begawan Pehin Udana Khatib Excellency Dato Seri Haji Awang Umar, Minister of Education, Brunei Darussalam, on Friday, the 1st. Muharram, 1402 corresponding to 30th October, 1984. Capacity mosque can accommodate up to 100 worshipers. mosque building was enlarged and remodeled with a price of less than $ 80,000.00, gazebos servant of God can accommodate up to 350 people.

74. MASJID KAMPONG DANAU

Masjid Kampong Lake is located about 22km from Tutong Town. The mosque was built in the 20th. April 1972 on the site of acres of land of 1:33 and finished in April, 1973. expenses of $ 12,000.00. Capacity mosque can accommodate up to 60 worshipers. mosque building has been enlarged and renovated to accommodate the growing number of pilgrims in 1980 for $ 14,000.00 that can accommodate 200 worshipers.

75. MASJID KAMPONG TANJONG MAYA

Masjid Kampong Tanjong Maya is located about 8km from the town of Tutong. The mosque was built in the 14th. July 1972 on the site of 4 acres of land and was completed on the 14th. June 1973 at a cost of $ 42,000.00. mosque was officially opened by His Royal Highness Sultan Sir Muda Hassanal Bolkiah Mu'izzaddin Waddaulah Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam, on Friday 5th. Muharram, 1393 corresponding to 6th. July, 1973. Capacity mosque can accommodate 250 worshipers. mosque building was enlarged and remodeled in June 1984 for $ 250,000.00 so that it can accommodate 400 worshipers. The facilities available at this mosque is a multi-purpose hall and room libraries.

76. MASJID KAMPONG PENAPAR

Masjid Kampong Penapar located about 10km from Tutong Town. The mosque was built in the early 1990s on the site of 3 acres of land and completed in the same year at a cost of $ 400,000.00.mosque was officially opened by His Majesty Paduka Seri Baginda Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu'izzaddin Waddaulah, Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam, on Friday, the 14th.Muharram, 1412 corresponding to 26th. July, 1991. capacity mosque can accommodate 200 worshipers.

77.MASJID KAMPONG LAYONG

Masjid Kampong Layong located about 16km from Tutong Town. The mosque was built in the 14th. April 1988 on the site of 5 acres of land and finished on the 9th. June 1989 at a cost of $ 500,000.00. mosque was officially opened by the Honourable Pehin Orang Kaya Seri Utama Dato Ratna royal Dr. Ustaz Haji Awang Mohd. Zain bin Haji SERUDIN, Minister of Religious Affairs, Brunei Darussalam, on Friday the 27th. Muharram, 1410 corresponding to 20th. July, 1990 in conjunction with the anniversary of the birthday of His Majesty Paduka Seri Baginda Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam, the 44th year. capacity mosque can accommodate 300 worshipers.

78. MASJID KAMPONG MENENGAH

Secondary Kampong Masjid is located about 24km from Tutong Town. The mosque was built in the 25th. September 1988 on the site of 4 acres of land and completion of construction of $ 500,000.00. mosque was officially opened by Pehin of East Khatib Dato Paduka Seri Setia Ustaz Haji Awang Yahya bin Haji Ibrahim, Deputy Minister of Religious Affairs, Brunei Darussalam, on Friday, 5th. Muharram, 1411 corresponding to 27th. July, 1990. Capacity mosque can accommodate 230 worshipers.

79. MASJID KAMPONG BENUTAN

Masjid Kampong Binutan located about 39km from Tutong Town. The mosque was built on the 4th. June, 1996 on the site of a land area of 0.62 acres and was completed on 31th. October, 1996 at a cost of $ 375,000.00. capacity mosque can accommodate 200 worshipers oranag.

80. MASJID KAMPONG BUKIT

Masjid Kampong Bukit is located about 30km from Tutong Town. The mosque was built on the 31st. May 1997 and was completed in October 1997 at a cost of $ 300,000.00. mosque was first used in the 29th. December 1997. Capacity mosque can accommodate 200 worshipers.

81. MASJID KAMPONG BANG DALAM

Bang the village mosque is located about 30km from Tutong Town. The mosque was built in 1988 on the site of a land area of 0734 acres and was completed at the end of 1989. The mosque was built with public donations. mosque was first used in March 1990. Capacity mosque can accommodate 80 worshipers. In 1998, a church was built near the worship hall. The mosque was built in January 1998. The mosque was first used on Wednesday, the 28th. Ramadhan 1420 corresponding to 5th January, 2000. Mosque construction spending of $ 456,000.00 and is an endowment from a servant of God. construction of new mosques is to replace the House of Worship Bang.