Field trips enrich MIB knowledge

Fadley Faisal

Some 340 Year One students from UNISSA made educational visits to five locations to have a deeper understanding of Malay Islamic Monarchy (MIB) national philosophy.

At the Brunei History Centre, the students learnt more about the Sultanate’s history as well as the spread of Islam.

Students saw objects used in royal customs and traditions at the Royal Regalia Museum.

UNISSA said the students’ patriotism was enriched from these visits.

The group also visited the Brunei Arts and Handicraft Training Centre and Kampong Ayer Cultural and Tourism Gallery where they learnt about the life and culture in Kampong Ayer.

At the Language and Literature Bureau, the students learned about the function and role of the agency in dignifying the Malay language as the nation’s official language.

Students in a group photo at Royal Regalia Museum. PHOTO: UNISSA