Tamu Kianggeh located exactly in the heart of the capital and it's named after the river, Sungai Kianggeh (Kianggeh River) which leads to Brunei River.
Every foods - may it be fruits (local fruits mainly), vegetables, fish, kueh mueh (traditional cakes and biscuits) and so many miscellaneous are being traded here.
You just have to brave through the crowd and the weather to discover them all.
As for me, I settle for whatever I happened to pass by.
See the clouds above?
What a nice weather...