The Culinary School is what Brunei needs to produce the talented and qualified professionals who are capable of creating world gastronomical delights and most importantly, not forgetting the local Bruneian roots in this industry. This matter was highlighted by the Minister of Primary Resources and Tourism during the Opening Ceremony of the Culinary School by Laksamana College of Business yesterday morning. Yang Berhormat Dato Seri Setia Awang Haji Ali bin Apong stressed that the country want to see more chefs who can create an impact both locally and internationally.
His Excellency Richard Lindsay, the British High Commissioner to Brunei Darussalam said that the Laksamana College of Business's initiative in offering a culinary school aims to provide employment opportunities for young Bruneian, aside from realising the Wawasan Brunei 2035. His Excellency added it is also a smart business sense, both for Laksamana and students who decide to take the course as there will always be a healthy demand for well-trained graduates from a culinary school.
The Culinary School by Laksamana College of Business introduced in 2019, is one of the first private Culinary School established in the country that offers Food Preparation and Cooking courses. The construction of the Culinary School was thoroughly planned to provide an authentic and professional culinary environment.
Source: Radio Television Brunei