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Manchester United are champions of the Premier League after Robin van Persie scored his hat-trick win over Aston Villa. This will be Manchester United's 20th title. This title was also to avenge the nail-biting finish last season where Manchester City won last season with the final kick of the season.
Guys, are you aware tomorrow is one of the big events in Brunei Darussalam? Tomorrow is the beginning of the ASEAN Summit 2013 and once again Brunei will be chairing the meeting among the ASEAN leaders. Topics such as Southeast Asian territorial disputes, tensions in the Korean Peninsula and the establishment of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) 2015 will be high on the agenda list. This year's theme will be "Our People, Our Future Together".
Anyway, I believe most locals and residents are aware that major event due to road closure. So it seems the publicity has not been that great. The social network hasn't been gathering its pace to further spread the importance of such event. So far only RTB, Radio stations and the local print media have been spreading information about the ASEAN Summit but the reach hasn't been that great either. Perhaps it's not an event of their interest as it involves politics but then again, it's also important for the community to know where we stand as a country and also as a member of ASEAN. Brunei as a host is an important milestone and testament to the country's commitment to help the ongoing issues with other ASEAN members and also see good opportunities and also stabilise the harmony among ASEAN members.
Great illustration of the map for road closure on 24th and 25th April. I wonder how did The Empire Hotel ended up located at Berakas area.
For your information, the roads will be closed for two days on certain hours. The road closures on April 24 will start from 6.15pm, while on April 25, the closures will start from 7.15am. On both days, the roads will be closed for two hours.
In relation to this, the Motor Transport Licensing Authority (MTLA) has also issued temporary road closure instructions for the prohibition on heavy vehicles during the ASEAN Summit.
Drivers of these vehicles are reminded not to use the main roads from 6pm to 9pm on April 24 and the same period the following day.They are to use alternate routes as well as to follow orders given by road traffic personnel, read a statement by the MTLA.
Throughout the whole ASEAN Summit, over 200 personnel from the JSKLL will be working to facilitate the road closures, with assistance of the Brunei District Police Station (Daerah Balai Polis Brunei),Berakas Police Station, and the Sengkurong Police Station.
The RBPF through the JSKLL, would like to remind the public, especially road users to plan their journeys so it does not go through the closed main roads such as leaving earlier than usual, using alternative roads, and not to make unplanned journeys towards the closed roads.
They are also advised to comply with the directives of the JSKLL personnel on duty and to be mindful of other road users during the road congestion during the closures. The RBPF will not hesitate to take action against those who do not obey their orders. Source: Nabilah Haris of The Brunei Times.
It's happening end of June...
Introducing Brunei's first Boat and Holiday Expo to be held at Royal Wharf (originally known as Waterfront), BSB this coming June on 28-30. With event highlights such as Yamaha Superjet Jetski stunt show by Medly Menad from Dubai (a world champion jet ski racer and Hollywood stuntman), Extreme Parasailing show by Poni Divers, Race Boats and Yacht display, Brunei River Tour, ATV and Kiddie Train rides, O3 fun fair games and many other exciting activities, this event brings forward something truly different.
With a coastline of 161KM and an abundance of deep blue sea, Brunei Darussalam is the perfect location to be hosting a Boat show. This boat show will be covering boat exhibits, boat related equipment, sea &water activities. Other than that, we know everyone longs for a holiday every now and then so a holiday expo is incorporated into this event, making it a one stop for everyone to plan and book their next holiday.
The organisers are now inviting retailers for boats, boat accessories, food and drinks, travel agencies and car dealers to take part in this prestigious event.
The layout for the event in June
Something to look forward to in June
Last year, Khairul Kamis the winner of the Green Jacket of the Baiduri Masters 2012. Who will win the jacket in 2013?
The 2013 Baiduri Masters Golf Tournament is set to kick off over two weekends, from 31st May to 2nd June and from 7th to 9th June 2013 at the RBA Golf Club. This will be Baiduri Bank Group’s 18th annual fundraising golf tournament. Sadly enough I won't be in Brunei during these said dates but I hope to have my guys cover any updates or events (I will be away on holiday woohoo). Anyway, for your info, this tournament started way back in 1995 and now it has become a household name as golfers and the community look forward to this event.
Thanks to the support of strategic partner – the QAF Group of Companies, the much awaited hole-in-one prizes for Baiduri Masters 2013 was confirmed this morning at the Partnership Signing Ceremony. The signing ceremony event took place at QAF Centre yesterday morning.
So what are the prizes for the hole-in-one this time round?
The prize for hole no. 5 is the Porsche Panamera. Unlike the traditional executive saloons, The Panamera is a four-door, sports car that offers comfort and everyday practicality without compromising its high performance. Contrary to the company’s signature offerings, The Panamera is considered a full-size luxury car with its engine mounted in the front, a sumptuous interior loaded with modern technological amenities and expensive leather upholstery.
The prize for hole no. 5 is the Mini Cooper S Countryman (Why not the Paceman? haha). The Mini Cooper S Countryman is a compact crossover SUV, and is the first such car to be launched under the Mini brand by BMW. The prize for hole no. 5 is the BMW 520. he most beautiful form of dynamics with the twin-stroke turbo, this BMW 5-series is the second best-selling model after the 3-series. All in all, all these three luxury cars are worth BND 400,000. The other consolation prizes for the other hole-in-one are BND 20,000 cash prize.
The signing ceremony involved Baiduri Bank Group, the main organiser of Baiduri Masters 2013, Brunei Press as the main exclusive print media partners, QAF Group of Companies as the strategic partner who will sponsor the hole-in-one prizes and RBA Golf Club Sdn Bhd as the event partner of the Baiduri Masters 2013.
Pierre Imhof, CEO of Baiduri Bank Group, spoke to the partners and media, about the vision and objectives of the Baiduri Masters and thanked the strategic partners for their contritbution
Andrew Young, Deputy GM, Operations Management Division of Baiduri Bank Group who is also the President of Baudiri Masters 2013 Organizing Committee with Pierre Imhof representing Baiduri Bank Group. The other signatories are representatives from RBA Golf Club, Pg Mohammad Joanda, General Manager and Major (R) Pg Said, Assistant General Manager.
Michelle and Ghah witnessing the signing ceremony
Representing Brunei Press are Mr. Reggie See, General Manager and Ms Hazizah Osman, Deputy General Manager
Melanie the well known in-house emcee for Baiduri Masters
The final signatory representing QAF Group of Companies, Mr. Albert Lau, CEO
The upcoming golf tournament is divided into four divisions: Men’s, Ladies’, Junior’s and Professionals – the latest category to be introduced in the tournament. The Men’s division will be further divided into Men’s Open and Senior Golfers categories. The Junior Golfers category is open to golfers aged 13 to 18 years old.
Registration fee for the Baiduri Masters 2013 will be BND120 for adults and BND60 for juniors. The registration fee is inclusive of green fee, buggy, buffet breakfast and lunch. All players will also be invited to the prize presentation dinner held after the charity golf tournament has concluded.
Players may play more than once to improve their chances of winning. Adult players will enjoy a 10% discount on the registration fee on their second and subsequent rounds. The best score of any round played will be taken.
Registration deadline for the first weekend’s tournament is 29 May 2013 while for the second weekend’s tournament is 05 June 2013. All registration will be carried out at the RBA Gold Club, Berakas. The public can also log onto www.baiduri.com for full details, where they can download the registration form.
Group photo with the organisers and partners
Michelle posing with the Porsche Panamera
One of the prizes for the Hole-in-One
I present to you the trophy and the prizes
It's never too late to win a championship or in my case, to take up golf...
The official poster of the event
The bakery chef famously known as Kak Ros and she is also behind the famous green Kek Batik
Batik Cake (Kek Batik) lovers can now enjoy the different flavours of Kek Batik that has been newly introduced by Royal Brunei Catering (RBC) created with passion by RBC’s very own Celebrity Bakery Chef, Rosihan Masri, who has many years of experience in this field
Popularly known as Kak Ros, Chef Rosihan has explored the traditional Kek Batik Sarawak before she made an improvisation and came up with her own variation.
Some of her tempting creations that will appeal to all tastes include Kek Batik Kak Rose, Kek Batik Nestum, Kek Batik Kacang, Kek Batik Coffee Oreo Ice Cream, Kek Batik Strawberry Lemon Banana and Kek Lapis Seri Brunei. My personal favourite is definitely the Kek Lapis Seri Brunei. It's just niceeeee!!! Did you know that Kak Ros' famous Kek Batik that is a hot seller at The Empire Hotel is her creation?? She shared that her inspiration from Kek Batik (Green one) came from her mom.
All of her creations are made with high quality ingredients and are for sale at reasonable prices. All 1.6 kg cakes are priced at $32.00 except for Kek Batik Strawberry Lemon Banana which is priced at $35.00.
For those who want to purchase a smaller portion of RBC’s Kek Batik, 200 gm portions are priced at $4.50 except for Kek Batik Strawberry Lemon Banana will be $5.00. And as for the 120 gm, each of the Kek Batik is priced at $2.50 except for Kek Batik Strawberry Lemon Banana will be $3.00.
All these cakes will be ready for order at Fish & Co and the Airport Restaurant. Early birds are welcomed to place their advance orders for Ramadhan and Hari Raya bookings where Kak Ros will introduce more flavours by then.
The six flavours that were launched last week. Now available at Fish & Co and The Airport Restaurant.
Remember this famous Kek Batik? Nom nom nom!!
This is my personal favourite among the lot - Kek Lapis Seri Brunei
What are you waiting for?? Buy them cakes now!!!
It's happening next Sunday, 5th May 2013. This is a follow up to the success of the first Comedy Night which took place early April. The Comedy Night compromised a group of UBD Students organised by 1stopbrunei.com and it's always good to see the passion and pride of the students in carrying out their project.
So what can you expect from Comedy Night II? Well, it's gonna have a similar format as the first where there will be bits of music and of course comedy sketches to entertain the crowd. You can check out the pictures below taken from the previous Comedy Night. The tickets are selling at $7 each and the proceeds will go to the Wildlife Club. You can purchase the tickets at Lazeeza cafe at Hj Daud Complex at Gadong, near CA Mohd. or contact Shavez of 1stopbrunei.com at 878 5714 or Hidayat of UBD FM at 899 9234. For more details, you can email at 1stopbrunei(a)gmail.com
The event will be held at The Core, UBD and it will feature local singers too such as Hill Zaini, Erny and Mus. The event is brought to you by 1stopbrunei.com with the support of KNK (Brunei Tourism), Entrepreneurship @ Campus (EAC) and Ranoadidas.com
The event is just days away. The LANEIGE Broadway Musical Charity Competition is back once more and it's brought to you by LANEIGE and Department of Schools, Ministry of Education. What I love about this event is that the students are able to showcase their talents but it's also not about their showmanship but also it brings out other values in them such as leadership, confidence, appreciation, creative and many more.
For your info, there will 250 secondary students participating in this year's competition with 10 schools involved. The theme for the musical broadway competition is "Bruneian Life".
One major objective is to raise awareness on those who are less fortunate. This year the ticket sales will be donated to YASKA Children Cancer Fund and BELTA. The other objectives of this competition is to encourage the youth in Brunei to contribute to the youth development via charity events and also to expose their talents through understanding the Brunei culture and enhancing the English language.
LANEIGE Broadway Musical Charity Competition 2013 to be held at the Hua Ho Manggis Hall on Sunday, 28 April 2013 at 9am until 4:30pm. Tickets are now available on sales at all LANEIGE branches (The Mall 2428222, Kiulap 2232282, K.B. 3347217, Hua Ho Yayasan 2231122) and also CFBT. For you rinfo, there are only 700+ seats to be sold during the event. 100% of ticket sales would be donated to YASKA Children Cancer Fund and BELTA (Brunei English Language Teachers Association). To enjoy a meaningful afternoon of Broadway musical with good cause, get your tickets now for a wonderful afternoon with family and friends.
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A great night pulled off by Netcom Computer House in celebrating their success with an annual dinner held at Vanda Restaurant, The Orchid Garden Hotel. The theme was suiting enough --> "Back to School" and all of them were dressed in school uniform.
The annual dinner was hosted by Managing Director Vincent Goh, General Manager Jackie Goh and Technical Director Mr. Chong who also presented prizes such as lucky draws, best dress and long service awards and best team performance.
Vincent Goh was very pleased during his speech where he shared the success of his Netcom team. Their company was awarded the Most Valuable Partnet by Dell and the Best Growth (overall) by Prolink and this is a good milestone considering the small size of our country. He appreciated his team players in the company who have shown their best and he felt a sense of gratitude that their commitments and efforts are being recognised.
Did you know Netcom has been around for 18 years this coming November? That's 8 years ahead of my website *lol* Anyway, it's amazing to know how Netcom started only with two people in the company and now it has more than 70 staff. Vincent was highly appreciative of his long time partner Mr. Chong. The Managing Director also acknowledged the contribution of his employees who are important assets to the company's success.
The company vision is simple - to achieve success in business by creating joy, meaningful moments and success to their beloved customers and the community. For now, they have 5 Netcom outlets with Hua Ho Mulaut being the latest.
Hassan and Wady were excited as Mr. Chong , Technical Director of Netcom Computer House presented certificates and prizes to them
Jackie Goh, General Manager of Netcom Computer House, (3rd from left) handed prizes and certificates to staff who has been in the company for 5 years
Both are happy campers for receiving iPads and certificates for serving the company for 10 solid years
The Best Growth Team of 2012
Apart from the various fun games and stage performances participated by staff from the respective branches as part of the night’s entertainment, the annual dinner also saw the presentation of appreciation awards for the staff who have been working with the company for five and 10 years, which also marked the highlight of the dinner.
On hand to present the ‘Five Years Service Award’ was the Jackie Goh, General Manager of Netcom who presented the award to five recipients who were also presented with an Acer Iconia Tablet each.
The two ‘10 Years Service Award’ recipients were Hj Hassan Hj Md Gafar and Md Zulmaswadi Hj Abdullah who received an Apple iPad each presented by Mr Chong.
Another highlight of the event was the presentation of the ‘Best Growth in 2012 (Team)’, an award which was just added to the award categories this year and was presented to the HQ Corporate Team by Jackie Goh.
Other prizes for the night were the ‘Best Dressed Awards’ for male and female, as well as lucky draw prizes with the grand prize of an iPhone 5 won by Sales Supervisor, Grace Q Lamela from The Mall Branch.
The dinner concluded with the Core Team of Netcom, as well as management and the managing director, singing a number by Tata Young, "I Believe".
One of the lucky winners who won a Dell notebook
The Best Dressed winners with Vincent Goh, the Managing Director of Netcom Computer House
The dance performance from KB outlet
Some of the staff from Netcom Computer House
Grace was the lucky winner as she walked away with an iPhone 5, the grand lucky draw prize
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Ooo ooo... Not again...!!!
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The Mercedes-Benz logo that was featured before unveiling the A250 Sport last night
What a great introduction of the new A-Class by Jati Transport Sdn Bhd last Saturday at the Indra Samdura Grand Hall, The Empire Hotel & Country Club. With only 600ish guests RSVP-ing, the turnout was more than expected. I believe the figure would have been near the 1,000 as everyone was anticipating the launch of the Mercedes-Benz A200 Urban and A250 AMG Sport.
This was also the first time that Mercedes-Benz event took place at the said venue and it totally suited the theme and the ambience. There was a welcoming remarks by Phil Myhre, the General Manager of Jati Transport and he spoked off the latest A-Class which have won a few accolades. Did you know that it was voted Germany's Most Beautiful Car by 2012 AUTO BILD Design Award? It was awarded the Yellow Angel 2013 by Europe's largets automobile club and AM New Car of the Year by UK-Automotive Management Organisation. So there are many things to be proud as owners of the new A-Class.
Speaking of owners, Jati Transport gave the honour to the new proud owners of the A-Class to unveil the car during the event. Before unveiling, Jenny Malai Ali the emcee of the evening asked a few questions to the owners on their feedback on the A-Class as they had the privilege to test drive with the media two days before the event. All of them were definitely impressed with A-Class and most of them highlighted the performance and the handling.
Of course, the other model that the crowd is anticipating is the A45 AMG Twin Turbo all-wheel drive which will arrive only later this year. But for now, the highlight belongs to A200 Urban and A250 AMG Sport.
The other highlight of the event was the teenage sensation Shian Li Chiam who performed two numbers as the Mercedes-Benz A250 AMG Sport was driven on the stage. Shian is the daughter of the Lily Chiam, founder of Expression Music and she performed to great precision too. I thought it was a great touch on how the A250 was revealed.
So which do you prefer? The entry level A200 with 17 inch light alloy wheels with twin exhausts? Or the A250 Sport with high performance suspension with a striking diamond grille and red trim on the front spoiler (kind reminds me of Prada) and rear valance? Either models, you will still be amazed by its performance and features.
Do visit their showroom at Beribi and Gadong or call 244 1763 or 244 1777 for inquiries. You can also join their Facebook page for updates.
It was such a crowd last night at the A-Class laucnh
The crowd waiting for the event to start
Phil Myhre, General Manager of Jati Transport, delivering his welcoming remarks
The video of A200 being played on the big screens
He kinda like the red seat belts. He's a Mercedes support for F1 I can see.
She is another enthuasastic owner of the A-Class. I remembered that she was one of the first to turn up during the test drive last Thursday.
Another customer unveiling the A200. There were four of them.
Doesn't the red look nice?
The crowd checking out the A200
Shian Li Chiam stole the show last night on stage
I won't be surprised to see her performing in future events
Finally the A250 Sport was unveiled
His Excellency Roland Cristian Grafe, German Ambassador to Brunei and Andrew Chiam, the Executive Director of Jati Transport checking out the A250 on stage
The guests checking out the A250 on the stage
Jane, Kaewen and Chea Hong attended the event last night
The 199 people who turned up at Beachathon 2013 organised by the Brunei Beach Bunch. Click image to enlarge.
What a great turnout last Saturday!! It was also Beach Bunch's first event of the year. A total of 199 participants signed up for the Beachathon 2013 which was held at Meragang Beach. This event was to mark the upcoming celebration of Earth Day which falls on 22nd April. The intention of the Beachathon event is to educate the students on the awareness of the beaches in Brunei and also appreciate its nature.
To show the support of the event, Puan Hjh Normah, Permanent Secretary of Ministry of Industry and Primary Resources, showed up and joined the 3 km walk by the Meragang beach. Also present were the officers from the Marine Diversity Centre.
Most of the participants were students and parents. The participating schools were Sultan Saiful Rijal Technical School, Polytechnic Brunei, ISB and Seria Muria Sarjana School. One of the sponsors Concepts Computer were represented by Mr and Mrs. Pao and Wendy. Also volunteers from BSP were present.
The event was supported by Concepts Computer, Tony Moly and Rentokil Initial Brunei.
Students being briefed before the walk
Puan Hjh Normah with Rizan Latif of Beach Bunch. Also in picture are representatives from Concepts Computer and Marine Diversity Centre.
We walked on the right side of Meragang
One of the teachers found a toilet seat
The other side of Meragang that I didn't realise
This is beautiful
The beach still needs a clean up
The weirdest items found at the beach
Vincent Pao, General Manager of Concepts Computer handing over the prize to a representative from SSMS for finding the weirdest rubbish at the Meragang Beach
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I was fortunate to catch Adam Gyorgy performing on a Steinway this afternoon at Expression Music. It was a pleasure to listen and experience your performance. Thank you to Lily for the invitation. Cya tonight!! More updates soon.
This morning we had a good 3km Beachathon walk at Meragang Beach. More updates tomorrow!!
The guest of honour and representatives of Grand Motors unveiling the new KIA Cerato last Thursday. Image courtesy of James Kon of Borneo Bulletin.
After my posting on instagram two days ago, there have been so buzz about the latest car by KIA which is the Cerato model. The first thing that caught their eye is the design. For your info, this is KIA's top selling model and by its recent launch, it hopes that Cerato will once again dominate in numbers in the near future. The launch was officiated last Thursday by Choi Byung Koo, the Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to Brunei Darussalam and Teng Chin Ying, Director and Senior Manager of Grand Motors.
What's attractive is not just the design but the affordability of the Cerato which is roughly BND 24,020 on the road. It is powered by a 1.6 litre Gamma Engine. You can check out the new KIA Cerato at the Grand Motors Showroom at Beribi.
Choi Byung Koo, the Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to Brunei Darussalam and Teng Chin Ying, Director and Senior Manager of Grand Motors posing for the camera
One of the first owners of KIA Cerato
Another one of the first owners of KIA Cerato
The different colours available at the showroom
The design that caught many eyes
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The awesome Mercedes-Benz A250
The launch is tomorrow!! Jati Transport will unveiled the much awaited Mercedes-Benz A-Class and it comes with two models A200 and A250. Yesterday during the test drive, almost all the selected customers chose to test drive the A250 and it seems that most of them have done their homework online about the specs of the A250.
I have to say that A250 is one solid car despite its smaller size (since it's an A-class). I love how Mercedes comes up with new versions on every launch and it's the most dynamic premium brand if you ask me. I love the progressive design of the A-Class too. It has this luxury sporty feel and this will be a great hit among ladies though I personally won't mind driving one too.
The media and selected customers were given the opportunity to drive along the long track near Indera Samudra Hall, The Empire Hotel & Country Club and sometimes most of us wished it was at Sepang Circuit because the car was just awesome during "cornerings" and it is pretty stable on high-speed *ooopsy* (though it's not encourage to drive fast huhu).
The A-Class also has great safety features which uses the PRE-SAFE® techniques which premiered in the S-Class in 2002. It has also 30 different impact configurations (which I think in English terms, 30 different scenarios). So you can tell how much Mercedes spent on research and data and testing on safety.
This is bound to be a hit with a price tag in the region of BND 60,000 plus (not sure the exact figure) and this is a great price for an awesome premium brand. I can't wait for the launch tomorrow.
The media taking shots of the A250
One of the potential customers was excited to try the A250
The new A250
Schumi the man....
The image of students walking on roundabout on the 2nd morning after the launch of the traffic light dated 4th April 2013. Image taken from Whatsapp.
It has been two weeks ever since the introduction of traffic lights at Kiulap Roundabout. The responses have been very mixed, geared to more negatives than positive ones. It was interesting that someone pointed out that I'm hardly expressive when it comes to government related issue but I just had to be honest in how I felt that time because I'm a regular user of the roundabout and I foresee problems when I saw the lights being installed. And predictably my assumptions were spot on. It was havoc on the second day. If you missed my article on my rant, click here to read.
I was in touch with the PRO of the Ministry of Development through email and the PRO was giving their pointers in their defence. However, I wasn't satisfied with the response and they should have been wary on how media will also listen to the public complaints. My role here is to educate the public and my readers what is right and I also entitled to my personal point of view regardless whether I'm influential or not.
What struck me (and many others as well) was the headline in Borneo Bulletin on 5th April which read "Motorists' lack of understanding blamed for chaos at roundabout". This is surely pointing fingers on road users as the first major problem rather not looking into the situation deeper. I believe the biggest error here is not the motorist but to the lack of awareness programs and even a proper dry-run before the actual launch of the roundabout.
The images on how to use the roundabout only came out in the local media after the chaotic incident which happened on 4th of April. Shouldn't all these materials been promoted earlier on or at least a week and keep advertising on local newspaper and even use RTB like how they did with the previous video which kept airing from time to time on educating motorists to use the Kiulap roundabout or they can even get in touch with me on spreading the news for the benefit of the public. If the PRO claimed that I'm influential, then the PRO could have contacted me earlier and help spread the news (This is also my 2 cents).
This is the thing I totally disagree this headliner and it's ok to be humble for once
My comments were featured in The Brunei Times with a better headliner. Thanks Wanee :)
This is definitely a good representation during that day. Taken from Borneo Bulletin website.
This is the new lanes I was talking about where some areas in the roundabout have become two lanes
So hows the situation now? Frankly speaking, it is way better. I remember pointing out that traffic lights with three lanes doesn't work. Now some of the lanes inside the roundabout have been painted from 3 lanes to 2 lanes. This also needs some awareness campaign as first time users or even frequent users might get confused. For instance, I always use the inner or middle lane but now if I use it, the route will be shifted to middle and outer lane respectively once I'm in the roundabout. So at one stage, I was like "Huuuuh??, how did I end up in the outer lane?".. This is because they painted new lane lines to covert some of them into two lanes.
Traffic is smoother with the traffic lights in operation. Give it another few months, then people will get used to the new concept. The new lanes in the roundabout also stopped those who loves to use the outer lanes irresponsibly. So that's one great point that I would like to highlight. Thank you to the PRO for sharing the images on the directional use of the roundabout.
Totally agree with the headline that we need more awareness. This was taken from yesterday's newspaper
If you are driving from RIPAS into the roundabout
If you are driving from airport into the roundabout
If you are driving from Beribi into the roundabout
If you are driving from Kulap into the roundabout
If you are driving from Gadong into the roundabout
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