4. It is forbidden to drink alcohol in public places (including restaurants), and to offer, recommend or sell alcoholic beverages to Muslims. Smoking is completely banned in all enclosed public places and workplaces in Brunei, as well as the sidewalks near the businesses, 6 meters around the non-smoking buildings, public transportation and hotel rooms.
5. During Ramadan, Muslims must strictly stick to the timetable of worship and rest, and abstain from food from sunrise to sunset every day. Non-Muslims must respect this local religious practice. As non-Muslim, you should not eat and smoke in public places or in front of a Muslim; and not provide food or beverages that can be consumed on the site for Muslims during the fasting hours of Ramadan. During Ramadan, the restaurants will not provide on-site dining service during the fasting hours (namely, no dining in the restaurant), and some restaurants may offer take-away service. Besides, according to the law, the period from 12 o’clock at noon to 2 p.m. every Friday is the time for the Muslims to pray in the mosque, and also the non-business hours of all restaurants.