You can tell this is is Ficus fulva (rather than Ficus aurata) from the fleshy red tepals inside the ripe fig. In Ficus aurata they would be replaced by sharp white hairs. You can tell that this is a female fig because it is full of ripe seeds. A male fig fruit would be full of fig wasps instead.
Ficus fulva and Ficus aurata are two very similar trees with similar fig fruits that grow in similar secondary forest habitats. Both species are dioecious with separate male and female trees . The female Ficus fulva illustrated above was growing next to a similar size male Ficus aurata tree also with ripe fruit.
See this link for the differences:Ficus aurata (male) at Wasai Bedanu, Tutong, Brunei