Brunei is world's third largest and richest island situated in the north coast in the South East Asia. The country lies between latitude 4o 56' North and longitude is 114o 56' East and Brunei is mostly rainforest. Natural gas, massive offshore reserves of oil have made the country extremely wealthy. The capital city of Brunei is Bandar Seri Begawan and this city houses Southeast Asia's largest mosque named Bolkiah. The staple diet of this country is Rice. The fruits, vegetables and cereals available are oranges, bananas, guavas, durian, cassava, wheat, rice, spinach, garlic, beans and shallots. Brunei is home to a huge variety of spices. Some of the tourists attracted spots are Brunei Museum, Muara, Ulu Temburong National Park,Kampong Ayer, and Serasa beach. As a result of small population the people in Brunei enjoy free education, healthcare, pensions and pay no income tax to the government.