Areas and Divisions
Mukim Amo includes these following areas:
- Pekan Bangar Lama
- Pekan Bangar Baru
- Perkemahan Bangar
- Kampong Menengah
- Kampong Sungai Sulok
- Kampong Sungai Tanit
- Kampong Sungai Tanam
- Kampong Balayang
- Kampong Semamang
- Kampong Buang Bulan
- Kampong Belingus
- Kampong Batang Tuau
- Kampong Seri Tanjong Belayang
- Kampong Puni
- Kampong Ujong Jalan
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