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1.Pulau Muara Besar Bridge
Pulau Muara Besar Bridge is a dual-carriageway bridge which connects Pulau Muara Besar, an island on Brunei Bay, with the mainland of Brunei via Serasa in Brunei-Muara District. The bridge is 2,680 metres (8,790 feet) long and 23 metres (75 feet) wide. The construction began in 2015 and completed in May 2018; it was undertaken by China Harbour Engineering Company at a cost of B$260 million or US$204 million. The bridge is part of the road infrastructure that will serve the petrochemical refinery plant on the island, which is currently under construction, and is a Chinese foreign direct investment. At present, access to the bridge is restricted to authorised personnels of the project.
The beach is quite famous among the locals, although the nature in the coastal zone is almost wild, from the outside it seems absolutely untouched. At the same time, the clean sandy territory of Meragang Beach, light clouds and a little breeze turn a beach holiday into a fairy tale. Amazingly beautiful sunsets, a quiet, secluded vacation and a large number of turtles (there is also a center for their breeding) annually attract a lot of tourists to the beach.
Tanjong Pelumpong or the Pelumpong Spit in English is the easternmost point in the Brunei-Muara district of Brunei. Despite its name, it is now an island due to the artificially constructed 50m-wide, 10m-deep Muara cut, which separated the spit from the mainland to provide access to Muara Port.
4.Tanjong Batu Beach
The beach is of great national importance for Brunei, this is a protective dam, and a vacation spot of citizens, and an environmental project for the breeding and preserving of several species of turtles. You can often meet locals jogging or riding a bike at any time of the day along the coastline. As the sounds of the waves, the picturesque panorama around and beautiful sunsets leave no one indifferent.
5.Hassanal Bolkiah Mosque
Hassanal Bolkiah Mosque (Malay: Masjid Hassanal Bolkiah) is a mosque in Mentiri, a settlement area in Brunei-Muara District of Brunei. The construction of the mosque began on 2 May 2017 with the foundation laying ceremony held three days later.It was built by the command of Hassanal Bolkiah, the Sultan of Brunei, to replace the previous mosque, the Kampong Mentiri National Housing Scheme Mosque, which was destroyed in a fire on the 5th of the previous month. The construction was completed in just 49 days.It was officially opened by the Sultan on 23 June 2017, held after the inaugural Friday prayers at the mosque.