Ficus superba is a locally common fig of coastal and beach forest with a restricted distribution from Thailand and S. Vietnam east to the island of Timor.
There are no records from mainland Borneo or Sumatra. See map at the bottom of this article. Ficus superba is common on the small islands surrounding Singapore and Pulau Tioman off the east coast of the Malay Peninsula.
All photographs by Qin Wen LIN with thanks to Shuai LIAO.