Kalimantan

tari_dayak_kalimatanOur trip this time would bring us to meet the increasingly extinct orangutan. To do so, we will take a trip to Tanjung Puting National Park in central Kalimantan. Covering 415,040 hectare forest area, it has been declared by UNESCO as a global lungs. It takes as exciting adventure to reach the national park, known as Camp Leakey , tracing along a river on a motor boat amidst dense tropical rainforest.

Favorite Tourism Object

Tanjung Puting national Park, Derawan Island, Kutai Kartanegara and Sultanate Palace. Tanjung Puting national Park is the first location of Orangutan rehabilitation center in Indonesia. There are currently three Orangutan rehabilitation centers : Tanjung Harapan, Pondok Tanggui and Camp Leakey. The National Park was declared by UNESCO  as biosphere conservation in 1977.

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Source : Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy Republic of Indonesia