Sukang is situated in the Belait District of Brunei. It is located in the south, centre of the Belait District, bordering Mukim Bukit Sawat to the north, Mukim Rambai to the north-east, Sarawak to the east and south-east, Mukim Melilas to the south and Mukim Labi to the west. Sukang is located on the site of Brunei. It is located in the southern part of the country. Sukang’s administration falls under the region of Belait.
According to Sukang elders in around the 17th Century there were two rival tribes the Tuaven and the Tempulhung each with vast lands extending eastward from the mighty Trus Madi Mountain (Sabah’s Second Highest Peak). The official Sukang Association was established in late 2005 to foster communication between members of this bloodline and to encourage the conservation and revival of traditions, knowledge, language and the rich cultural heritage associated with the Sukang People.
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