Have you ever seen an orangutan in person? Or maybe interact directly with them? Maybe some of you have found an orangutan in a zoo. Did you know that it is more exciting to watch orangutans in their natural habitat. It turns out that in Indonesia there is a national park, the first orangutan rehabilitation

Derawan Island is one of the four large islands in the Derawan Archipelago which is a famous tourist attraction for its maritime beauty. In Derawan Islands, there are Sangalaki, Maratua, Kakaban and Derawan Islands which are often used as beach tourism spots, diving spots, snorkeling spots and other marine tourism activities. Derawan Beach is one

Labuan Cermin Lake is one of the wonders you can find in East Kalimantan. East Kalimantan, to be precise Derawan Island is one of the marine tourism that you should visit. This location is a recommendation for Derawan Tour and other tour package services in East Kalimantan because it has a beauty that is rarely

This legend comes from a village called Nyaling in Tumbang Topus, Ut Murung District, Murung Raya Regency or Puruk Cahu. The story of the origin of Tana Malai Tolung Lingu (Mura) originates from a community conception of the existence of heavenly land or Danum Songiang. It is said that there once lived two very beautiful

So far, we only know Tanjung Puting National Park as a location to see Orangutans in Kalimantan or Central Kalimantan in particular. However, it turns out that other National Parks that have not been considered as a tourist destination for Orangutans also have enormous potential. The name is Sebangau National Park, is only 20 minutes

1. Floating Market and Flower Island To visit the Floating Market which is on the Barito River, we have to leave early in the morning after dawn prayers, we depart by small boat or what is called Kelotok to the Kuin area with several starting points such as in South Kuin or Alalak. Usually on

There is nothing more exciting and fun than seeing wild animals directly in nature. The moment of waiting for the presence of animals, walking along the path in the middle of the forest, plus other surprises will provide a memorable experience. This adventure is what you can find in Tanjung Puting National Park, West Kotawaringin,

We are greeted by the splash of black water from the Sebangau River. Black, yet fresh. The black water of the Sebangau River is not only unique to ordinary eyes like me. This water is at the same time the life of various types of flora such as ironwood trees, black orchids, and Nephentes aka

Sebangau National Park has an area of ​​approximately 568,700 hectares. There are many natural resources that are owned in the park. Starting from hundreds of plant species, bird species, dozens of snake species and various types of mammals. Administratively, Sebangau National Park is located in Palangka Raya, Katingan Regency, Pulang Pisau Regency, Central Kalimantan. This

Due to several reasons, some travelers choose a place that is very far from the crowds. Entering the jungle, trying to get closer to nature was as deep as their adventurous soul. Some are for a moment, some even last longer. Feeling challenged or wild in your imagination, so you choose the forest as your

The klotok boat runs slowly in the middle of the calm current of the brown water of Sekonyer River. On the banks of the river, on small boats moored under palm trees, residents around the river depend on fishing shrimp. This activity became a plural sight as long as I along this historic river. Behind

You can meet orangutans at the zoo anytime. But if you want to see how orangutans live directly in their original area in Kalimantan, the best place to see them is by Klotok in Tanjung Puting National Park, Central Kalimantan. Orangutans in their natural habitat are clearly different from zoos. Kalimantan’s dense forest is home