Well after having a fulfilling boat ride on the waters of the Brunei river and enjoying a good look at the water village Kampung Ayer I asked the boat rider if he could take us up the smaller Kianggeh river.
He was happy to oblige.
And so there we were up this tributary of the Brunei river.
The market of Tamu Kianggeh was soon in view.
And here we could see the bridge taken when we first stepped foot on the market.
The boat driver made a turn.
Time to head back to the Brunei river. For we could have landed at Kianggeh if we wanted. But we left our car on the banks of the bigger river remember?