A thriving village with wooden houses across the Limbang River. I guess these are the residency area for the fishermen in Limbang.
This two-storey wooden building is Limbang Museum. The building was previously an old fort built by Rajah Charles Brooke in 1897. During the Brooke’s days, half of the ground floor was used as jail while the other half for storage purposes, whilst the upper floor housed the offices of the Resident and the District Officer and their staff.
We had a good laugh when we saw this traffic light... The "No Traffic Light" Signboard on the traffic light post :P