Sapa delivered aluminium building systems for Brunei's fabulous Empire Hotel & Country Club.
Did you know?
Brunei is located on the island of Borneo, surrounded by Malaysia and the South China Sea. Geographically, the nation is in both the western and eastern hemisphere!
Brunei’s constitution was signed in September 1959 by Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien III and Sir Robert Scott. Brunei is home to the oldest Muslim dynasty in the region. The sultanate of Brunei was established over 600 years ago and still exists today. The country consists of two unconnected parts, and they are divided into four districts. The nation’s economy is primarily based on oil, coal and natural gas. Brunei discovered its first oil field in 1929. Its first offshore well was drilled in 1957.
The largest residential palace in the world is in Brunei, the Istana Nurul Iman, His Majesty’s official residence has 1,788 rooms, a banquet hall to accommodate 4,000 people, and a ceremonial dining hall for up to 500 guests.
Sapa has a sales office in Bandar Seri Begawan – Brunei’s capital city – for its branded aluminium building systems.
We believe our strengths in Brunei are:
In Brunei, Sapa offers solutions to the building and construction market. The country’s warm climate makes it possible for buildings to become energy producers by taking advantage of the power of the sun and wind. Sapa provides solar solutions such as solar cells, which can be combined with solar shading to create a functional and sustainable solution for any modern building.
Sapa also provides aluminium facades that are safer than conventional facades and enjoy insulation that benefits the indoor climate. Aluminium-based solutions are beneficial for buildings due to their high recovery rate of 95 percent.
A project we are proud of:
The Empire Hotel & Country Club (pictured, above and below) is a luxury beachfront hotel, one of the finest in the Asia Pacific region. Aluminium building systems from the Technal brand were used in the construction of the hotel.
Facts about Brunei:
Capital: Bandar Seri Begawan
Highest point: Bukit Pagon, 1,850 m
GDP: USD 17 billion
Cost of a Big Mac: USD 4.97