A scenic spot worth visiting. Royal souvenirs collected in the museum include Jeweled crowns, gorgeous traditional chariots and replicas of the grand ceremony of ascension. The second floor also shows souvenirs from countries to the current King of Sudan. The Sudanese Memorial was built in 1992 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Sudan's accession to the throne. The exhibition hall displays the traditional royal chariots, crowns, tokens and pictures of Royal activities used by the current Sudanese when they took the throne. The Royal collections, which are all used by His Majesty Sultan and members of the royal family in important celebrations, can be called the Royal Museum. Exhibits are exquisite and their value is beyond our estimation. The Memorial Hall can't take pictures except for the first floor hall. Cameras and mobile phones must be stored. The local tour guide also told two stories about the Chinese tourists he had brought with him. One was that the crown of the photographic king had been taken in and the crown on display had been replaced by imitations. The other was broken by touching the non-touching ivory and was taken to the police station until he left the country. Such stories make people sweat, and traveling abroad is really civilized first.
The most eye-catching hall on the first floor is the Golden Dragon weaver. Longyi is more than 10 meters long, with black bottom gold jewelry and head scales of cirrus clouds. Peripheral exhibits include cultural relics for domestic Royal ceremonies, weapons for gold and silver ceremonies, crowns inlaid with precious stones, and other tools that make up the coronation ceremony, as well as ceremonial clothing. Interesting specific photos show Sudan's smile at the ceremony.
The Royal Etiquette Museum, also known as the Sudan Memorial Museum, is located in the center of Sribaga Bay. It mainly displays the Royal objects and precious souvenirs from all over the world, as well as gifts from national dignitaries. Of course, there are also gifts from people all over Brunei.
Also known as the King's Hall of Fame, which is used to commemorate the anniversary of the king's coronation. It can only be filmed on the first floor. There are crowned Royal cars, clothes, scepters, inspirational stories of kings, and gifts from countries (a small part of them, of course) that can't be photographed in many places. Mobile phones are stored in storage rooms. The tour guide was very considerate and said that he could take a pair of hotel disposable slippers so that he would not walk barefoot in the cold.
It is located in Sultan Street, the center of Sribaga Bay, Brunei capital. It is a double-decker white building with strong Islamic style. The inner hall is large, with dragon carts for the 25th anniversary of the king's coronation. It's a big scene. There are also three-dimensional images of ordinary people who took part in the coronation at that time. Give people a sense of reality. I also saw gifts from many countries. All of them are shown to the public free of charge. You can't take pictures inside, you can only take pictures in the hall.
Not many tourists, very quiet, you can seriously understand the relevant history, look at historical relics. Especially the Golden Dragon Ridge at the ceremony of ascension is amazing. There is a souvenir shop in it. Interested tourists can buy some small souvenirs.
The Sudanese Memorial is a very worthwhile place to visit. Because it contains all the things that the king ascended the throne, all the treasures that the king treasured and the gifts that countries gave to the king, and so on. Open your eyes. Friendship reminder: Because it is Islam, so enter wearing short clothes. Internal air conditioning is more adequate, and slippers, remember to wear socks and pants to visit oh!
Located in the heart of Sri Baja Bay City, Sudan Street, the museum is a double-decker white building with strong Islamic style. Its predecessor is the Churchill Memorial. The Royal Etiquette Museum has now become the Royal Museum of Brunei and is one of the famous tourist attractions in Brunei. It details the life of the King of Sudan and all kinds of historical materials. The tour guide will give you a detailed introduction of the cultural relics inside. Note: Slippers are required to enter. Photographs are strictly prohibited except in the lobby. It is suggested to play for about an hour. It's really painful for a person like me to be unable to take pictures, but the tour guide has repeatedly said that the consequences of taking pictures are quite serious and illegal.
A double-decked white building with a strong Islamic style, exhibited in the museum are articles used by Brunei's national history and Royal family, as well as the Royal Palace celebrations at that time, miniature models of state banquets and gifts from foreign governments and celebrities, Brunei's own people to Sudan.
The first photo, its airport lobby is like a leisure center, quiet and orderly, without the noise of making a fortune and the arrogance of money. The second photo, I see the icon on the seat is for those who need it, and I don't see any random seizure. The third picture shows the young man lying asleep. Nobody bombards him. The policeman walks by. Fourth, five palm trees about 6 meters tall, there are several in the hall. According to the past thinking, what I saw in China is all false, but it is true, true, true, important to say three times.