Jambi City

Jambi city is the capital of Jambi Province. This city has Batanghari river. Jambi has several tourist attractions, such as: Jembatan Makalam Tugu Jam Sungai Batanghari Tugu Juang Access and Transportation: The  airport in Jambi is Sultan Thaha Syaifuddin. There are many flights from Jakarta and Pekanbaru Jambi also has bus terminals which are  Alam Barajo Terminal […]
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Berbak National Park

Berbak National Park forms a nature conservation area for the largest unexploited swamp forest in southeastern Asia. The uniqueness of the Park lies in its attractive combination of peat swamp forest and freshwater swamp forest which stretches along the east coast of Sumatra. Plant species in the Park include meranti (Shorea sp.) and various species of […]
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Bukit Dua Belas National Park

Bukit Duabelas National Park is representative of lowland tropical rain forests in the province of Jambi. In the past, the forest area functioned as a permanent production forest, limited production forest and other forest land uses which were later merged to become the National Park. The remaining natural forest is situated in the northern part […]
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Bukit Tiga Puluh National Park

Bukit Tigapuluh National Park forms part of a mountain chain that has a potential diversity of endemic plants and animal species of high value. Bukit Tigapuluh National Park consisting primarily of tropical lowland forest, largely in Riau province, with a smaller part of 33,000 ha in Jambi province. Location: In Riau Province: Indragiri Hulu Regency and Indragiri Hilir Regency In Jambi Province: Bungo Regency, Tebo Regency and […]
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Muara Jambi Temple

Muara Jambi Temple is considered one of the richest archaeological sites on the island of Sumatra. The eight temple-like structures appear to be Buddhist, and were probably built around the 14th century. Archaelogists conclude that the site was the center of Old Jambi, the capital of ancient Malay kingdom which reigned supreme about ten centuries […]
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Mount Kerinci

Mount Kerinci is the highest mountain on the island of Sumatra and it is popular with mountain climbers. The nearest village and climber’s base is Kersik Tuo, near Kayu Aro, Kerinci. The route is marked by signs, posted at half kilometer intervals. Access: Fly to Padang the capital of West Sumatra Province and then go […]
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Kerinci Seblat National Park

Location: West Sumatra Province, Jambi Province, Bengkulu Province, and South Sumatra Province Kerinci Seblat National Park (TNKS) is a natural conservation area. This one and half million hectare area is located in four provinces; West Sumatra, Jambi, Bengkulu and South Sumatra. In West Sumatra, it covers some 260,000 hectares and is located in Pesisir Selatan and Solok districts. […]
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