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Eleven Public Toilets Received 'A' Grade Certification
Wardi bin Haji Mohammad Ali, Deputy Permanent Secretary (Tourism) at the Minister of Primary Resource and Tourism presenting the Grade A certification for public toilets
May 19th, 2017 | 10:18 AM | 574 views
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN
Eleven public toilets have been selected to receive the 'A' Grade based on four main categories, namely Design and Environmental Management System, Amenities and Facilities, Cleanliness and Safety. The Grade was given in line with the criteria under the ASEAN Public Toilet Standard. It is also part of early preparations for the country to participate in the ASEAN Public Toilet Standard Award that will take place during the ASEAN Tourism Forum 2019. Public toilets at the Brunei Darussalam Maritime Museum, the Brunei International Airport in Berakas, Yayasan Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Complex and the Kaizen Sushi Restaurant were among the facilities given the 'A' Grade.
The Certificates of Excellent for Public Toilets were presented by Awang Wardi bin Haji Mohamad Ali, the Deputy Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Primary Resources and Tourism. At the Maritime Museum in Jalan Kota Batu, the certificate was handed over to Dayang Mariani Haji Abu Bakar, the Acting Deputy Director of Brunei Museums. The museum is among places frequented by tourists.
The Certificate of Excellence for Public Toilets for the Brunei International Airport was received by Haji Mohammad Nazri bin Haji Mohammad Yusof, the Acting Director of Civil Aviation. The audit and inspection of public toilets is an initiative under the Brunei Darussalam Tourism Development Board with the support of the Ministry of Primary Resources and Tourism, through the Tourism Development Department and with the cooperation of stakeholder Government Agencies.
A similar certificate for the Yayasan Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Complex was received by Awang Sari Kula bin Ahmad, the Building Supervisor of Yayasan Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Complex.
Meanwhile, the certificate for Kaizen Sushi Restaurant was presented by Awang Mark Jefferson, the Restaurant Supervisor. The 65 public toilets inspected included 28 restaurants, 11 shopping complexes, 21 places of interest and frequently visited by tourists as well as control posts.
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