Borneo Tourist Attractions

Borneo Tourist Attractions

Borneo Tourist Attractions

In East Kalimantan, you can tourism to any destination. Of course, this can be done by anyone, both domestic and international tourists. Actually, there are many natural tourist destinations that you need to know about. But this time I will give a tourist destination that is rarely visited by tourists. But take it easy because the proposed place will amaze you and you will definitely feel comfortable being on one of the tours. The following are 5 tourist attractions in Kalimantan

Derawan Island

Spaceguardindia – The island of Borneo Derawan is an island that has a natural beauty that cannot be denied. The visitors who come to this place are really eager to see the natural scenery of Derawan Island itself. The reason is that the island, which is located in East Kalimantan, is a hidden island that is rarely enjoyed and known to many people. When this island is known by the government, many foreign and domestic tourists come to visit and feel the beauty of this region.

Labuan Cermin Lake

The lake, which is located in the Biduk sub-district, Berau district, East Kalimantan, has a lake that can make you look in the mirror without using glass. Because those of you who come to this place will certainly see the appearance of water that is so clear and very wide in this place. If you have never been there, you will think this place is a place or just edited photos. However, if you are a native from there, you will not deny that this place exists in Kalimantan. The clarity of this water can no longer be doubted, those of you who want to do activities in it must pay first.

Beautiful and beautiful view//island
Mahakam River

The longest river in East Kalimantan is the Mahakam River. This river is not just any river, but the Mahakam River plays an important role in life for the people of Kalimantan. Because water sources, transportation infrastructure, and others are very important for the residents there. In the Mahakam river, there are freshwater dolphins and porpoises. If you want to see dolphins then you can come to this river as your tourist destination.

Kapuas river

Did you know that the longest river in Indonesia is the Kapuas River? Yes, it is true that the Kapuas River is the longest river in Kalimantan. The Kapuas River has many stories and of course, this river is the lifeblood of the residents there. Many people rely on their lives on the Kapuas River. Apart from the folklore of the Kapuas River, the festivals that will be held on the river, such as Malay dances on canoes and other festivals on ornamental ships. Those of you who visit this area will definitely not be disappointed with the events that are served.

Haji Mangku Cave

In Berau Regency, East Kalimantan, there is a cave called Haji Mangku. In the hajj cave, this bowl is so small because this place is on a coastal cliff. If you like swimming then this place is perfect for recreation. If you see this place at a glance it’s scary because there are roots that are still messy. But those of you who have already entered the cave and enjoyed the clear water, will be transfixed and actually see from an exotic perspective from the Haji Mangku cave. Besides being exotic, this place is still free for anyone to enter.