Protected Places Order, 2008. | Land Portal

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This Order declares the place specified in the Schedule to be a protected place and it shall be prohibited to enter the place without the permission of the Director of Electrical Services.

Implements: Protected Areas and Protected Places Act (Chapter 147). (1984)

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The Sultanate of Brunei's influence peaked between the 15th and 17th centuries when its control extended over coastal areas of northwest Borneo and the southern Philippines. Brunei subsequently entered a period of decline brought on by internal strife over royal succession, colonial expansion of European powers, and piracy. In 1888, Brunei became a British protectorate; independence was achieved in 1984. The same family has ruled Brunei for over six centuries. Brunei benefits from extensive petroleum and natural gas fields, the source of one of the highest per capita GDPs in the world.

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