Wana Wisata Forest, Balikpapan

Visit To Wanawisata Forest Tourism Park, East Kalimantan

Wanawisata Forest is a large park with various types of endangered species of Kalimantan trees. Its interesting layout makes Wanawisata as destination for families, particularly during weekends. This tourism park is open daily from 8 am to 5 pm. Its entrance fee is only Rp 1.000 per person. ACTIVITIES TO EAT We will not find[…]

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The city of Balikpapan

Balikpapan, The Oil City Of Indonesia

Located on the south eastern coast of East Kalimantan facing the deep Makassar Straits, the town of Balikpapan is known as the Oil City of Indonesia. Its anniversary which falls on 10th of February, in fact celebrates the first oil drilling undertaken in the area, known as the “Mathilda” drill. For this reason, Balikpapan, like its counterpart[…]

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Manggar Segara Sari beach, East Kalimantan

Manggar Segara Sari, The Favorite Beach in Balikpapan

Manggar Segara Sari Beach is a favorite beach for local community and tourists in Balikpapan, East Kalimantan. This beach is clean and has many facilities for visitors convenience to rest in this 13,000 square meter beach. GET THERE East Kalimantan is a unique province. Its capital city is Samarinda but its entry point is Balikpapan.[…]

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Melawai beach at night, Balikpapan

Melawai Beach, Favorite Tourist Destination in The City

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[…]

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The Teritip Crocodile Breeding Center

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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Malin Kundang legend tells of a child who is disobedient to his mother and is therefore doomed to stone.

Indonesia : Myths And Legends

Tales, folklores, myths and legends – the rich fables that layer the foundation of the mystical aura that is Indonesia makes the archipelagic nation even more unique. Indonesia is a land of mystic legends and harrowingmyths with stories gathered from all corners of the majestic land, carried through generations after generations, untouched by time. Behind every intricately woven tale lies[…]

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