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AddressNo. 7 Rue de Presbourg
75116 Paris
France
Phonelocal: (01) 5364.6760
international: +33.1.5364.6760
Faxlocal: (01) 6364.6783
international: +33.1.6364.6783
Emailparis.france@mfa.gov.bn
HoursMonday to Friday
0900 to 1700 hrs

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Muhammad afzaal
Mon, 29 Dec 2014 07:13 EST
Visit visa
I wante visit visa to Brunei plz give me fiwe days visa thank You 0034600352530.--Pakafzaal92@gmail.com
Khadar
Thu, 1 May 2014 06:13 EDT
Isse
Brunei. Islamic state. Really I'm happy. To see the world change we will waiting another Islamic country do like brunei. I would like to tell the world this time for Islam. Thanks brunei.
Khadar
Thu, 1 May 2014 06:07 EDT
Isse
Hello sir. I'm I'm France Ville. Angers how a bout africa.
Arshad Ali, Mubeen Ahmed
Fri, 31 Jan 2014 11:42 EST
Information visit visa
I am looking to visit Brunei next feb with my friend for one week.
I am asking to confirm that it's not necesary to apply for a tourist visa form likes to be a citizen pakistani and i live in Spain.
Do you should confirme me?
thank you.-
Mihael Maričić
Tue, 26 Feb 2013 18:18 EST
suggestion
Dear friends!

I have a suggestion for you, an accomplishment that will make the whole Bruneian nation so proud and than Brunei will be the main topic in the whole World media. An accomplishment that could be the reason that Brunei directs its energy into that part of the World, strengthens its role in the World and that it in the near future depletes big reserves of petrol, gas, gold and other rare metals that this uninhabited continent has in plenty. Its about Antarctic - the South Pole. During a lot of scientific researches it was already determined that under its thick cover we can find so much petrol and gas. Exploatation would be very complex, but as the technology improves, it can be expected that this problem will be solved in the near future. The Antarctic ice melts so fast because of the global warming. The reserves of petrol and gas in the World are becoming smaller and the price is getting higher. All that implicates that the International Convention from 1959, that forbids the exploatations and proclaims the South Pole nomans land, will be abolished. Antarctic will be divided between ten nations that have their research stations there. Interesting is the fact that all these nations have put their flag into the middle of the continent.
My question is; Why does not Brunei have its symbol there? Why does it not have a research station on the continent (where the tempreatures are endurable) as well as a part of the "cake" when the continent will be divided in political spheres. The accomplishment I was talking about at the beginning was to put the Brunei flag in the geographical middle of the South Pole. The person or team that does this would follow the steps of Roald Amundsen. Before about hundred years he succeeded to range 120 kilometres to the middle of the Antarctic on foot and on skis. Average temperature is about -45 Celsius. Sometimes it can be up to -70 C. Winds are unpredictable, sometimes they range up to 300 km/h. The air is diluted. Its hard to breathe, its like on 5 000 metres-high-mountain. Thats why you can walk only 4 - 8 kilometres a day. This is a deadly dangerous mission. Only mentaly and physically strong people can do it, with high resistance to coldness and lost of about 20 kilograms weight. I am deeply assured that I can do that for Brunei. I am an experienced mountaineer. I conquered most of european tops. My wish is to conquer some of the tops of Mount Everest, when I have the financial fund.
But to get back to the beginning;
-If you allow me I will conquer the South Pole for Brunei or die trying. My price would be 33 (thirty three) milions of euro, which you would pay me after my successful mission. You would take the costs for the return plane tickets from Europe to the most southern point of South America in Chile, a small town
Punta Arenas, where you would give me the equipment; polar clothes, skis, sledges with a tent, GPS, GSM-locators with which you would follow my movement, a satellite phone to contact when Im near the destination and the Brunei flag with a metal upright stab at the target... etc.
From Punta Arenas I would start by a plane to the meteorological and tourist station Patriot Hills. From there I would go, with the help of Allah, through the ice desert. From my own calculation, it would take me about 20 days to reach the target. There is also a meterological-touristic base where can land a good plane from the Soviet era type Iljusin, which is used for extreme coldness. In the base your people would await me. They would arrive there a day or two earlier. They could inscribe that as well as record this glorious moment with the Brunei flag. That would be the main things from the technological part.
I hope you werent so bored because of all these details.
I also hope that you will forward this idea or suggestion to higher authorities for consideration.
As a respected ambassador as well as the whole embassy staff I wish you all the best in your private and professional life.

My address is; Mihael Maričić,
Ključka 49,
79 260 Sanski Most,
Bosnia-Herzegowina
e-mail; myschmy@gmail.com
My Id number is; 1912981163314

p.s. Its my praxis to swim in the icy river. You can see that on my you tube clip; "kupanje u rijeci Sani 09.02.2012."

Glory to the Brunei!!
Dina
Wed, 31 Oct 2012 03:33 EDT
Do I need the Schegen visa?
Hi there,

I'm a Bruneian planning to visit Paris next year in 2013. Do I need to apply for a visa, more specifically the Schegen visa? And what if I'm traveling with company carrying a Malaysian passport..may I know what is the paperwork involved in that? Looking forward to your reply..thanks!
Ann Hamid
Tue, 13 Dec 2011 22:00 EST
1st Time Visit To Paris
Need to know:
transport fm airport-hotel, which hotel (4 pax) halal food, tour to Euro Disenyland, Eifel Tower.
ETA Paris 31.12.2011 & ETD Paris 3.1.2012
Tq
Mizan
Sat, 29 Oct 2011 09:49 EDT
Stay in Paris
Hello there,

Im planning to go to Paris with my friend on the 6th of feb until 10th of feb 2012 to catch a concert Kpop MUSICBANK in Bercy Stadium. Can you recommend a cheap hotel for us to stay that can accomadate 2 or 3 persons?
Actually both of us are Bruneian Students studying in Queen's University Of Belfast in Ireland. That's why we're a little bit concern with out budget situation .
Is it possible to stay maybe atleast 2 days at the brunei embassy?

Your reply will be kindly appreciated. Thank you very much.
Khamil
Mon, 13 Sep 2010 22:39 EDT
Any Questions
Hello again, if there is any question about Brunei, I will try my best to answer and reply. I am just someone who cares about others, I love to help people for what they need . . . I cant answer about the visa thingy to be honest, but other than that I will try my very best.

Regards, Khamil.
khamilkhalid@gmail.com
Khamil
Mon, 13 Sep 2010 22:26 EDT
To Berte Ulrich
Hello Berte, I am just trying to help you here - its not gonna help you 100% but emm you can try and go to this website and send them email for more infomation . . .

1. http://www.agc.gov.bn/
2. http://www.bruneitourism.travel/

Let me know if you found something there :)

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