Brunei Bordering Countries: Malaysia
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Where is Brunei?
Brunei Satellite Image
Brunei is lacated in southeastern Asia. Brunei is bordered by the South China Sea and Malaysia to the south, east, and west.
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Badas, Bandar Seri Begawan, Bangar, Kerangan Nyatan, Kuala Abang, Kuala Belait, Labi, Labu, Lamunin, Lumut, Medit, Muara, Penanjong, Seria, Sukang, Telingan, Telisai and Tutong.
Belait River, Brunei Bay, Panderuan River, South China Sea, Temburong River and Tutong River.
Brunei Natural Resources:
Brunei's natural resouces include timber, natural gas and petroleum.
Brunei Natural Hazards:
Although rare, Brunei does experience occasional earthquakes, typhoons and severe flooding.
Brunei Environmental Issues:
An environmental issue for Brunei, in southeastern Asia, is seasonal smoke and/or haze resulting from forest fires in Indonesia.
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