Kutai National Park

Kutai National Park represents a number of principal vegetation types, including coastal/mangrove forest, freshwater swamp forest, kerangas forest, lowland flooding forest, ulin/meranti/kapur forest, and mixed Dipterocarpaceae forest. This Park is also part of the largest relatively pristine ulin forest in Indonesia. Among the plants that grow in this Park are mangrove (Bruguiera sp.), cemara laut […]
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Bukit Baka Bukit Raya National Park

The forest areas of Bukit Baka Bukit Raya National Park are dominated by the peaks of the Schwaner range. This forms a mountainous tropical rain forest ecosystem with a relatively high humidity (86%). Eight hundred and seventeen species of plant have been recorded, belonging to 139 families including Dipterocarpaceae, Myrtaceae, Sapotaceae, Euphorbiaceae and Ericadeae. Also […]
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Betung Kerihun National Park

Topographically, Betung Kerihun National Park is hilly. The Muller range which connects Mount Betung and Mount Kerihun also forms the border between Indonesia and Serawak, Malaysia. Small streams flow from the foothills of the Muller mountains to form the Kapuas, Sibau, Mendalam, Bungan and Embaloh Watersheds. The Park can only be reached via these rivers. The […]
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Danau Sentarum National Park

Danau Sentarum National Park represents lake wetland, freshwater swamp forest, and tropical rain forest ecosystems. Danau (Lake) Sentarum, a seasonal lake, is located in part of the Kapuas River Basin, about 700 km from the estuary that flows into the South China Sea. Surrounded by hills and highland, Lake Sentarum forms an important water catchment […]
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Balikpapan

Balikpapan is the second largest city in East Kalimantan Province. Balikpapan has the largest airport in Borneo, the airport is the Sepinggan International Airport. It is also the busiest airport in Kalimantan and with large aircraft. Airlines currently using the airport are Lion Air, Merpati Nusantara Airlines, Batavia Air, Trigana Air, Kartika Airlines, and Sriwijaya Air […]
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Wain River Protected Forest

The Wain River protected forest occupied an area of 10.025 hectares. The forest is a combination of Dipterocarp forest, riverian, swamp and an approximately over 18.000 meters length of Wain River along with its mangroves. The protected forest has been the home for some world-endanger animals and plants such as: Orang Utan, Sun-Bear, Bekantan, Kantong […]
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