Weekend festivities mark Brunei National Day


Food vendors and visitors at the event. - TOURISM DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN: The Brunei Gastronomy Festival (BGF) 2024 kick started its three-day Weekend Food Fiesta at the Wonderpark Colonnade, Jerudong Park Playground on Friday (Feb 23) to celebrate Brunei Darussalam’s 40th National Day. It continues until Sunday

BGF, previously known as Brunei Gastronomy Week, is an annual event commemorating the National Day.

The festival, organised by Jerudong Park Country Club Sdn Bhd in cooperation with the Tourism Development Department under the Ministry of Primary Resources and Tourism, invited over 20 companies and businesses offering various food and drinks.

The event includes games for children and competitions like the ‘Teh Tarik Competition’ and the ‘Nasi Katok Competition’.

Other highlights are the culinary workshop, kids cooking class and a degustation menu and the In:STALL pop up market. This year, BGF covers more local food from street food to fine dining.

In addition, the public can enjoy various food promotions from restaurants, cafes and local food entrepreneurs. - Borneo Bulletin/ANN

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