Brunei Darussalam does not require Canadians who wish to visit the country to obtain entry visas. This is applicable for both tourist and business purposes, for a stay of only 14 days. However, Canadians who want to enter into Brunei Darussalam for educational purposes, the appropriate entry visas are required.
The requirements are subject to change at any time. For up-to-date information, you may contact:
High Commission for Brunei Darussalam
395 Laurier Avenue East
Telephone: (613) 235-5656
Fax: (613) 234-4397
Important Notice: 12 Brunei dollars is charged as a departure fee at the airport in Brunei Darussalam. Immigration offenses are punishable by caning. Additionally, Brunei has enforced travel restrictions for those with HIV/AIDS, as part of a ban on communicable diseases. All travelers are required by the Ministry of Health (MOH) of Brunei Darussalam to fill up a Health Declaration Card and submit to their officer-in-charge upon arrival. Travelers may need to undergo a medical examination upon arrival in the country, under Section 7 of the Infectious Diseases Order 2003 of the MOH.