Important info about Ramadhan in Brunei:
- Both Muslims and non-Muslims are not allowed to eat in public during Ramadhan. If youre caught eating in public, this can attract a fine of $2000 or a one-year prison sentence.
- Most restaurants are not open up to around 2 p.m till late morning. For non-Muslims, pack snacks when youre out since most restaurants are closed. However, be discrete when taking meals in public.
- Tourist attractions visiting time- During Ramadhan most attractions are open from morning to around 2 p.m
Best time for food tours
- Ramadhan is the best time to do food tours in the evening after breaking of the fast ( Iftar). Ramadhan food stalls are set in many places, and they offer a variety of foods at a discounted price.