Two types of very large, red Ficus punctata figs can be seen growing next to the Belalong Canopy Walkway at Temburong in Brunei. The first type grow high up at canopy level. The figs are shiny red, spotted yellow. They grow individually, have no peduncles or stipes (fruit stalks), do not seem to ripen and are often covered in large black ants (as in the photo above). These are male Ficus punctata figs. Male figs are not eaten by any animals. There are many different trees covered with male Ficus punctata lianas growing next to the Belalong Canopy Walkway.
From the Belalong Canopy Walkway at Ulu Temburong, Brunei, you get a magnificent view of the surrounding pristine forests and close ups of many uncommon canopy birds. The Walkway however is also one of the best places in Borneo to get closeup views of Ficus punctata the worlds largest fig fruit.