Kianggeh is a mukim (subdistrict) in the Brunei-Muara District of Brunei. It is located in the central part of the district, bordering the mukims of Berakas A and Berakas B to the north, Kota Batu to the east and south, the Kampong Ayer mukims and Lumapas to the south, Kilanas to the south-west and Gadong B to the west. Kianggeh is also part of the municipal area of Bandar Seri Begawan, the capital of Brunei.
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Kianggeh is a mukim, the second-level administrative division of Brunei, whereby it is one of the mukims or subdistricts of Brunei-Muara District. The head for the community of Kianggeh is a penghulu; the acting incumbent is Naim bin Kamis, who is also the penghulu of Kota Batu.
The area of Kianggeh is officially subdivided into nine villages, which are the third- and lowest-level subdivisions of Brunei. They include: City Centre, Berangan, Kianggeh, Kumbang Pasang, Parit, Pusar Ulak, Tasek Lama, Tumasek and Tungkadeh. All of these villages are also among the neighbourhoods of Bandar Seri Begawan; they have been incorporated by the capital's Municipal Department and thus subjected to the municipal jurisdiction in addition to being administrative divisions.
Notes: During the reign of Sultan Haji Omar Ali Saifuddin III, Kumbang Pasang was considered a mukim. But in the reign of Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah, Kumbang Pasang ceased to be a mukim and become absorbed within Mukim Kianggeh and is now a part of its areas till the present day.
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