Thursday, 24 March 2011

Western Union Patnership with Baiduri Bank Brunei

A Trusted Name, Now A Trusted Partnership. One of the most trusted names in Negara Brunei Darussalam, Baiduri Bank now offers you even more through our new partnership with Western Union, one of the most trusted remittance networks in the world.
Fast
With Western Union®, money is received minutes* after being sent.

Convenient
Western Union®
 is located in over 200** countries and territories with over 225,000** agent locations around the world and can be found in most banks, post offices, railway stations and airports.

Reliable
Western Union®
 has offered money transfer services for over 150 years. Western Union® uses advanced technology and our unique worldwide computer network for immediate payout in over 200** countries and territories around the world.

Safe
Each transfer can be tracked using a money transfer control number, ensuring that your money is paid out quickly and only to your receiver.

Receiver Pays No Fee
A one-time fee
ˆ is charged to the sender, with the full amount given to the receiver in an instant cash payout.

Easy
No bank account is required to send money through Western Union®. To send or receive money, follow these simple steps:

http://www.baiduri.com.bn/rb_western_eng.htm

Thursday, 10 March 2011

How to Renewing Driver's Licence for Expats in Brunei


Car In Brunei
Car In Brunei

Feb 10th, 2011 at 10:08am
About Brunei Darussalam, When you're living in Brunei Darussalam, If you have a valid driver's licence from a country where Brunei recognised the Driving license, you could get a Brunei driving licence without going through a driving test.

The driver's licence for expats are from 1-3 years.

You must have your old
driver's licence and a valid Brunei IC.

Avoid going at the end of the month. There would be long queues. The best time to go is is from the 10th-20th of the month. Today would be a good day to go renew your licence. There would be no crowd.
Driving Around Brunei
Driving Around Brunei

Go to the Land Transport Department next tothe Beribi roundabout.

1. After entering the main entrance, turn left into the "Kantin". This was previous the canteen but has been converted to where you register your renewal.  Note that the ladies there are handicap verbally. It is refreshing to see that the government are employing handicaps to work in the front line.
Get a number from the machine and then go directly to any available staff. Pass them your old licence and they would enter it into the computer.
2. Go to the big rooms with many counters at the other end of the building and wait for them to call your number.
3. Pay $10 for a year renewal and you are done.

4.  If you want 3 years ($30)renewal, you would need to request for a form. Go to the secutiry desk to get a pass then proceed on to Room 5. The officer there will need to sign the form before you can renew for 3 years.
Go back to the counter where you were provided the form and pay $30 and you are done. 
Brunei Road
Source
Thanks To JewelleBlog.com for Pictures :
http://jewelleblog.com/

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