Superficially this fig fruit could be mistaken for a common variety of Ficus benjamina both from the leaves without obvious  side veins and the shape of the small fig, but note the very large almost transparent basal bract that covers 2/3 of the surface of the the fig. With Ficus benjamina the basal bracts are either tiny or  absent.

Ficus borneensis photographed by Miyabi Nakabayshi at the Maliau Basin, Sabah in March 2016. This fig is eaten by binturongs. F. borneenis is distinguished from the similar F. sumatrana by the oblong rather than round fig fruits. Also the venation is also less obvious, almost absent similar to Ficus benjamina.

See also Ficus borneensis at Belian Camp, Maliau