Although most people refer to it as BSB, Bandar Seri Begawan is the official name of the capital of Brunei. Tourists just refer to the city and its suburbs as simply Brunei or Brunei City, since the country is so small. They can see most of BSB's sights in a day. One of the most impressive things in the whole country is the Omar Saifuddin Mosque. At night it's particularly stunning with green lights illuminating the dome, casting a pleasant reflection in the pool below. Something not to miss if visitors like gold is the free Royal Treasures Museum. They can see the sultan's coronation regalia as well as a myriad of gifts presented to His Majesty by various heads of state. If interested in seeing a water village,they take a river taxi to Kampung Ayer, where they can walk around on wooden planks that connect some of the houses. Amongst backpacker crowds, the Jerudong Playground was once one of Brunei's major attraction because it was like a free Disneyland. However, they began charging admission in March 2000 and since the amusement park is located in a suburb, they will have to take an expensive taxi back to your hotel. The Pusat Belia hotel have a pre-paid tour. The Mall is Brunei's only shopping mall. It's right across from the mosque and although very sterile, it has many brand name shops.