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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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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Teritip Crocodile Breeding Center

Teritip is a breeding center with the highest number of crocodiles in East Kalimantan. At present, more than 1,450 crocodiles, ranging from estuary crocodiles (Crocodylus porosus), and two endangered species i.e., fresh water crocodiles (Crocodylus siamensis) and supit crocodiles (Tomistoma segellly). These crocodiles are bred in dozens of cages covering a 5 hectare of area. […]
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Melawai Beach

Melawai Beach is a main beach along Sudirman street, Balikpapan, East Kalimantan. It is a favorite tourist destination in the city center for local community in Balikpapan and is vicinity, and for domestic and foreign tourists. This beach is situated between Semayang Port and Banua Patra Beach. This area is also a center for foods and […]
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