Areas and Divisions
Mukim Gadong 'B' includes these following areas:
- Kampong Beribi
- Kampong Kiarong
- Kampong Kiulap
- Perumahan Mata-Mata
- Kampong Mata-Mata
- Kampong Batu Bersurat
- Kampong Menglait I
- Kampong Menglait II
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