Sultan Hussin Kamaluddin was the 16th Sultan of Brunei (died 1740). Sultan Hussin’s Tomb sits on a scenic island in the Brunei River, Pulau Luba. Locally the site is known as Makam di Luba. Sultan Hussin’s tomb is currently shaded by a fine Ficus kerkhovenii strangling fig tree.
Sultan Hussin’s tomb is only 30 minutes by speedboat from the main boat jetty of Bandar Seri Begawan or 30 minutes by car from the town center. There is a car park next to the pedestrian bridge that crosses the Sungei Damuan. The tomb would be a wonderful site for bird watching when the fig is fruiting but records indicate that F. kerkhovenii has very irregular crops and fruiting is unlikely to occur more than once a year.