Brunei – Roads

Brunei National Roads System is the main national road network in Brunei. It was built and maintained by the Public Works Department of Brunei (JKRB).

Brunei has an extensive network of roads comparable to most western countries’ and they are well maintained. Traffic moves on the left side of the road. Holders of a foreign driver’s license are permitted to drive in Brunei Darussalam for 90 days only. For longer stays, a foreign driver’s license must be endorsed to a Brunei driver’s license, available at any Land Transport Department office. Drivers must obey traffic rules at all times and should take extra caution when approaching traffic signals. In urban areas, several deadly accidents have occurred in recent years when local drivers drove through red lights.

Major highways in Brunei are built under dual carriageway standards, while other roads are built as single carriageways. Road signs are coloured green with white text

The maximum speed limit for dual carriageways in Brunei is generally 100 km/h. Meanwhile, the maximum speed limit for single-carriageway roads is 80 km/h. Lower speed limits may apply in urban areas.

List of roads and highways

a. Highway

 - Tutong-Muara Highway (Tutong - Jerudong - Muara) 
 - Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Highway (Madang - Bandar Seri Begawan) 
 - Tungku Link (Jerudong - Jalan Tungku) 
 - Berakas Highway (Berakas - Madang - Manggis - Bandar Seri Begawan) 
 - Brunei Airport Highway (Berakas Highway - Brunei International Airport) 
 - Kuala Belait Highway (Kampung Sungai Teraban - Kampung Lumut) 
 - Salambigar Highway 

b. Roads

- Pan Borneo Highway (Kuala Belait - Seria - Tutong - Bandar Seri Begawan) 
- Jalan Serasa (Muara - Serasa) 
- Jalan Muara (Bandar Seri Begawan - Muara)