Brunei sits mostly within the Borneo lowland rain forests, and its landscape is a fertile, hilly lowland - with the exception being the mountainous areas in the east.
The highest point of the country is Bukit Pagon at 6,069 ft. (1,850 m) along the border with Malaysia.
Numerous rivers drain the land, including the Belait, Pandaruan and Tutong. Subsequently, the coastal areas along the South China Sea are a wide swampy plain.
Brunei Darussalam's Information
|Land Area||5,265 km2|
|Water Area||500 km2|
|Total Area||5,765km2 (#163)|
|Government Type||Absolute Monarchy Or Sultanate (locally Known As Malay Islamic Monarchy)|
|GDP (PPP)||$33.73 Billion|
|GDP Per Capita||$79,700|
|More Information||Brunei Darussalam|
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