Flag of Brunei?
Let us all read the things that I actually remembered about the Bruneian Flag.
- In the middle, there is a red symbol, if you want to call it that, each detail symbolizes different wonderful things that I'm not bothered to type. sorry =D It is called the 'Panji-panji"
- The colours from top to bottom are yellow, white, black, and yellow.
- The flag is well respected by the Bruneians and it can NOT touch the ground.
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Brunei is located on Borneo island in Southeast Asia. It is on the northern coast of the island, and is almost completely surrounded by the Malaysian state of Sarawak. Geog…raphically, Borneo island is east of Singapore and northwest of Australia.
Answer from The Daily Brunei Resources: . Prior to 1906, Brunei Darussalam did not have a national flag but personal standards were widely used which were granted by the Su…ltan. The standards belonging to His Majesty (yellow) and the four Wazirs (Viziers) - Pengiran Bendahara (white), Pengiran Digadong (green), Pengiran Pemancha (black) and Pengiran Temenggong (purple) - were the most important. The colour scheme of the Brunei Darussalam flag adopted in 1906 was therefore the colours of the principal signatories to the 1906 Agreement which were the colours of the Sultan (yellow), Pengiran Bendahara (white) and Pengiran Pemancha (black)..
Brunei is in Asia. It is a small country bordering Malaysia.
Brunei has a population of 381,371 (July 2008 estimate). Nationals in Brunei are known as Bruneian(s). The country consists primarily of Malays (64%) and Chinese (20%). The pr…edominant religions are Islam (63%) and Buddhism (14%). Although Malay is the official language, English and Chinese are also spoken.
Brunei is a small country on the island of Borneo, in Southeast Asia. Like any Southeast Asian country, rice is a staple food and there are many dishes involving it. Most of B…runei's food is imported from other countries. Eggs and chickens are produced locally, but not much else. The Brunei government owns a cattle farm in Australia from where their beef is imported. The farm is larger than the entire country of Brunei. Fishing is also not uncommon.
No, it isn't. It's a country on the island of Borneo.
None of their flags are green, white and orange. See the links below.
does brunei has mountain
The crescent symbolizes Islam, the parasol symbolizes monarchy, the upturned hands represent the benevolence of the government.
To SHOW to other countries that think negative about our countries and write bad or negative stories of our country . ME Must be PROUD of ourselves living in a peaceful countr…y name BRUNEI :D LETS SHOW THEM OUR COUNTRY IS POSITIVE AND STRONG
Yes the Sultan rules Brunei
Brunei's so famous, due to it's beautiful buildings(of course) and it's green, clean places with it's nice and friendly residents, citizens, and people. You guys should know… this!
The Brunei flag was adopted in 1867 by William Charles the third
It has a yellow background with black and white stripes, and the royal crest in the center is red.