I spent some time in Brunei last summer teaching Usability to delegates from the various government agencies via our consultancy and training firm Classic System Solutions, Inc (http://www.classicsys.com). Our conference was held at a very luxurious hotel (http://www.theempire.com) . This place has about 5 pools, 24kt gold everywhere and incredible food and service. The beaches are magnificent and the people are kind and gracious. I’ve travelled pretty much the entire globe and I found Brunei to be REALLY interesting and a great place to visit. They have pristine rainforests and uncrowded tours. Go during the month of July and you’ll get to help celebrate the kings birthday! As for the alchohol…it’s banned in the country. Guests can bring in 2 bottles of wine and they DO check when you arrive in the airport. Oh…and no drugs either…it’s a mandatory death penalty. There you have it…good clean fun and travel…with great service, great weather and quiet beaches!over 6 years ago
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The people here are quickly coming up to speed on IT technology and are keen to learn about Usability. I was invited to speak in Kuala Lumpur last summer and teach one of the first ever public usability and web2.0 conferences through our company Classic System Solutions, Inc. (http://www.classicsys.com) . I found the people to be kind and gracious. KL is a city of diversity with strong islamic culture beside the hustle/bustle of modern malls.over 6 years ago