Banjarmasin is one of the biggest cities and enough important in Kalimantan, broadly regional 72 km2, 45 districts and 49 sub-districts, Banjarmasin is the provincial capital of South Kalimantan. Town region Banjarmasin stay between three provinces that is: South Kalimantan Province, Central Kalimantan Province, and East Kalimantan Province.
Banjarmasin city has written in world map since four centuries ago. During the Dutch colonization Banjarmasin city is area with autonomy and have representative area. And that take place is finite a period of Japan colonization. During transition (1945-1949) Banjarmasin become center power switchover since independence had proclamation. Banjarmasin now is preparing various areas covering: Administration, commerce, port town, education and tourism.
This amenity forest area enough multitudes visited by people, especially descendant resident of China with a purpose to look for benediction. Browse Avon Brochure January 2021 on ESpecials. Thousands of tame monkey and monkey typical of South Kalimantan "Bekatan" are free to stay here. This tourism resides in the Basin of Barito River.
THE TOMB OF PRINCE ANTASARI
Prince Antasari is a persistent national warrior who fights against the colonization in South Kalimantan. Its location resides in Banjarmasin.
THE TOMB OF PRINCE SURIANSYAH
Prince Suriansyah who titled Prince Samudera is the king of Banjar Empire who firstly propagated Islam in South Kalimantan, and declared as king of Banjar Empire on 24 Septembers now commemorated as day thus town Banjarmasin. P. Suriansyah governed between 1526-1550. Here also there is tomb of Sultan Rahmatullah which in command in 1550-1570. Its location resides in Kuin Utara village, Banjar Utara district.
Gedambaan Beach, Kotabaru – South Kalimantan
Gedambaan beach is known as Sarang Tiung beach, it located 14km from downtown of Kotabaru. Along the path to the beach, there will be exotic sightseeing like mountains view at the right side and ocean, beach and fisherman village at the left side. There are Bugis and Mandar Village community that coming from south Sulawesi as the immigrant. Gedambaan beach is the right choice for those who want to enjoy white sandy beach. This beach is administratively located in Gedambaan village, Pulau Laut Utara sub-district. There are restaurants, cottage…
Borneo Eco Trekking, Hulu Sungai Selatan – South Borneo
Borneo Eco Trekking is the leading tour operator in Borneo of Indonesia. It is home for highly motivated people of Borneo in adventure and concerning for potential attractions of the nature and culture of the mighty island. However, they are great adventurers with zero accident experience. They have been boating their Borneo rivers, rafting their Borneo rapids, diving Borneo sea-beds, caving Borneo caves, trekking the Borneo jungles, hiking the Borneo hills, climbing Borneo mountains, and wandering Borneo wilderness tremendously. They dig further into the interior and interacting with the inlanders…
Bajuin Waterfall Bajuin waterfall is located in the Meratus mountain slopes. Not far from the waterfall, there is marble cave or Goa Marmer, it approximately ± 30 min by walking. This cave is unique because there are many cave wall marble that usually used for home tiles and form the cave like a dome of the mosque; in the cave, there are also lived by the nocturnal life of bats. This waterfall is located in Sei village, Bakar river, Pelainhari subdistrict, Tanah laut regency, South Kalimantan. www.Indonesia-Tourism.com
The Ancient Dance fo Radap Rahayu Dance
Radap Rahayu Dance Radap Rahayu traditional dance is the original dance from South Kalimantan. This dance is telling about the angels that falling from the sky and brought the wisdom of goodness for the people on Earth. Hence, this traditional dance is having purpose to be the thanksgiving and prayer, in order to make everything done well. Nowadays, this classic Banjar’s dance is used to welcome the guest of honor that presented in wedding ceremony. The dancers are exclusively brought by women dancers. The numbers of the dancers are about…