Nineteen owners of Kia Stinger gathered for a thrilling experience of driving on Brunei’s iconic Sultan Haji Omar ‘Ali Saifuddien (SHOAS) Bridge and breakfast at The Abode Resort & Spa in the Temburong District yesterday.
Organised by Kia Brunei in cooperation with Brunei Stinger Club, the event aimed to foster closer ties among club members.
The journey began from Kia Brunei showroom in Beribi, through the heart of the capital passing Raja Isteri Pengiran Anak Hajah Saleha Bridge and towards Jalan Kota Batu and SHOAS Bridge.
Brunei Stinger Club co-founder Nazmie Omar said, “We had an informal gathering before the COVID-19 outbreak. This was the first official event in the endemic phase. I am glad that our group has grown.”
Meanwhile, Brunei Stinger Club co-founder Darwiss Kefli shared, “It started off with only a few of us. Then we met other Stinger owners on the road and invited them to join our group. We now have around 40 members including 10 female Stinger owners. We try to meet every few months to catch up.”
“Driving to The Abode Resort & Spa was a nice treat. Driving in a group was amazing,” Nazmie said, extending appreciation to Kia Brunei for organising the event.