Visa Requirements for UK Passport Holders – Brunei (Brunei Darussalam)

British nationals do not need a visa to enter Brunei as tourists for a stay of up to 30 days. However, a passport which is valid for at least 6 months is required; even those transiting Brunei from another destination is required the same validity period for passports.

Strict punishment is imposed for Immigration offenses so it is advised that British nationals ensure that the entry stamp in the passport specifies the validity of stay in Brunei.

Those who wish to stay for longer than 30 days or enter Brunei for non-tourist purposes must obtain the appropriate visa for their intended visit from the High Commission of Brunei Darussalam in the UK prior to traveling:

Brunei Darussalam High Commission

19-20 Belgrave Square
London SW1X 8PG

Consular Section
Brunei Darussalam High Commission

19A Belgrave Mews West
London SW1X 8HT

Student Unit/Brunei Hall

35-43 Norfolk Square
London W2 1RX
(020) 7581-0521
(020) 7581-0551 ext 111/137 (Consular Section)
(020) 7581-0045 (Student Unit)
(020) 7581-0953 (Student Unit)

(020) 7235-9717
(020) 7590-7822 (Consular)
(020) 7262 8406 (Student Unit)
(020) 7706-0558 (Student Unit)

Office Hours are: Mon-Fri: 0930-1300 and 1400-16300

Important Notice: 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.

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