Bulungan City in Bulungan Regency, North Kalimantan Province
Bulungan City is a nice destination when tourists want to spend a relaxing vacation in North Kalimantan Province. It is because visitors can get many benefits, including learning history, enjoying local foods, watching traditional performances, visiting beautiful places, and many more. In the past, Bulungan belonged to East Kalimantan Province, in fact. The locals are friendly and the region features an excellent transportation service. Outsiders can also access the region easily either by boat or airplane! Later, tourists have the chance to meet local tribes and visit traditional farms, husbandry, and fishery, too!
In terms of nuance, Bulungan City is indeed merry due to a high number of people who live there. The total area is about 13,181 km per square! It is also bordering with other regions like Tarakan, Tana Tidung, Malinau, and Berau. No wonder, tourists are able to access it easily regardless of where they come from. The region also features mountains, hills, cliffs, and other beautiful landscapes! This explains why tourists are able to enjoy natural exploration and trekking in some parts of the region, later.
Exploring Bulungan City
Natural exploration becomes the most recommended thing to do in Bulungan Regency. Thanks to the beautiful natural landscape. Visitors can enjoy at least photography, trekking, and sightseeing. They can even cross the sea and visit a famous island called Mandul. Later, they must visit the longest river called Kayan. As for hiking and trekking, the best destination is definitely Kundas Mountain, which is the tallest mountain in Bulungan. The location is in Peso Sub-District, actually.
Some tourists also take advantage of agriculture, fishery, and culture in Bulungan City in order to satisfy their vacation experience. Some parts of the region consist of local farms, after all. The potential remains well until now! As an alternative, tourists should visit local fisheries where they can see the breeding activity right away. As for local culture, the most famous one perhaps is Birau Tradition. The locals conduct this ceremony to show a gratitude to God. It even has an interesting history, so tourists should ask villagers about it later.
For those who never visit Bulungan City should have considerations first. For example, it is related to the weather. Most of the time, the region is hot and dry. That means tourists must prepare some money to buy fresh drinks during the exploration. Another consideration is related to the service. Everyone should consider hiring a local guide for a better and more efficient exploration!
- Keburau Mosque
- Gunung Putih
- Baiturrohman Mosque
How to Get There
It is considered easy to get to Bulungan City, as long as tourists find the right transportation service. The first destination is Tanjung Selor City (the capital of North Kalimantan Province). For those coming from Jakarta City, a flight from Soekarno – Hatta International Airport to Tanjung Harapan Airport may take about 1 day and 11 hours. From the airport, a trip to Bulungan City may take around 2 hours and 10 minutes. It is because the distance is 93.1 km. As for the best route, it is recommended to take Ahmad Yani Street.
Where to Stay
- Pelangi Indah Hotel
- Bahagia Hotel
- Lamin Hotel
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