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All travellers

As of 15 September 2022, travellers are no longer required to be vaccinated to enter or exit Brunei.

Entering Brunei

All foreign nationals entering Brunei by air, sea or land will need to fill in the E-Arrival Declaration Form i. The online form can be accessed here. Transit passengers who will not pass through immigration do not need to complete the arrival form. A negative pre-departure COVID-19 test is not needed to enter Brunei.

Exiting Brunei

Brunei citizens and permanent residents exiting Brunei no longer need to obtain a Travel Medical Insurance with COVID-19 coverage before travelling.

You should refer to the Prime Minister’s Office website for the latest information.

If you’re transiting through Brunei

Transiting is when you pass through one country on the way to your final destination.

Check rules with your airline before departing, and ensure that your travel insurance covers you for Brunei as well as for your destination.

Land and sea travel

You should check border post opening hours before travel as they are not open 24 hours and ensure that your exit / entry stamps are correct before leaving the border post

You should refer to the Prime Minister’s Office website for the latest information.

Check your passport and travel documents before you travel


British Citizen passport holders may enter Brunei for up to 90 days without a visa. If you have another type of British nationality, check with Brunei immigration authorities about visa requirements.

Make sure the entry stamp in your passport indicates the validity of your stay. There are strict penalties for overstaying.

If you’re staying longer than 90 days and/or visiting for non-tourist purposes, you will need to get a visa from the nearest Brunei diplomatic mission before you travel.

Passport validity  

Your passport should be valid for a minimum period of 6 months from the date of entry into Brunei. You should ensure that your passport is in good condition, without damage.

Dual nationality

Brunei does not recognise dual nationality. You can be refused entry if you’re found to be holding two passports of different nationality. If you’re a dual national, it’s advisable to enter Brunei on the passport on which you exited your last country of departure. While in Brunei your nationality will be deemed to be that shown on the passport which you used to enter the country. This may affect the consular assistance that you receive in Brunei.

Yellow fever certificate requirements

Check whether you need a yellow fever certificate by visiting the National Travel Health Network and Centre’s TravelHealthPro website.

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