Ficus callosa growing at the base of Signal Hill opposite Tong Hing Supermarket in the centre of Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. This is a relatively young tree. Older trees tend to lose their lower branches as they grow older. See the example below.
Ficus callosa growing next to the Tuaran River in west Sabah. Part of a grove of old trees next to a graveyard, next to the suspension bridge crossing the river to the Tuaran Rubber Estate. Ficus callosa  is locally common in many areas of Sabah including Signal Hill, Kota Kinabalu,  Kota Belud, Sandakan and the Kinabatangan flood plain.
Ficus callosa saplings are easy to recognise from their glossy  lobed leaves.
Ficus callosa fruit on a small tree next to the Signal Hill viewpoint platform, Kota Kinabalu. The figs ripen green and are targeted at dispersal by fruit bats, which snatch the ripe figs as they fly past.
Ficus callosa leaves and ripe green figs