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Gua Tengkorak

Kasungai, Batu Sopang, Paser Regency, East Kalimantan 76252, Indonesia

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About Gua Tengkorak

Skull Hill is an archaeological site hill located at Tampi Tampi Road, about 10 kilometres south of Semporna town.  The hill is a volcanic rock-shelter site and a part of volcano mouth of 2 kilometres in diameter. It is surrounded by numerous isolated hills and mountains with most representing the sites of extinct volcanoes ranging from Pliocene to Quaternary in age. It is now one of the tourist attractions in Indonesia.


Attractions near Gua Tengkorak

Sadurengas Museum36.82km from Gua Tengkorak

Sadurengas Museum is a museum located in Paser Balengkong Subdistrict, Paser Regency, East Kalimantan, Indonesia. The museum showcases artifacts of the Paser Sultanate of East Kalimantan. The museum building is located side by side with the wooden Jami Mosque of Nurul Ibadah, also part of the museum complex. The complex also contains the tombs of the kings of Paser Sultanate.

Taman Bekapai117.83km from Gua Tengkorak

Bekapai Park is a park situated in the city of Balikpapan, East Kalimantan. The park is located in the middle of the city, close to nearby shopping centers. There is a fountain made of stainless steel and a bronze sculpture in the middle of the park.

Meratus Mountains119.1km from Gua Tengkorak

The Meratus Mountains is a mountain range in the Indonesian province of South Kalimantan, on Borneo island. The mountains run in a north-south arc that divides South Kalimantan province into two almost equal parts. Its highest peak is Mount Besar with 1,892 meters.  The mountains are inhabited by the "semi-nomadic" Meratus Dayak people.  In the 1990s the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation reintroduced 350 orangutans into the protected Meratus and Sungai Wain forests. Due to extensive deforesta

Bangkirai Hills Balikpapan136.58km from Gua Tengkorak

Balikpapan is a seaport city in East Kalimantan, Indonesia. Located on the east coast of the island of Borneo, the city is the financial centre of Kalimantan and the main gateway to the new capital of Indonesia. Balikpapan was originally a fishing village built by Buginese people in the 19th century. The first oil drilling began in Balikpapan on 10 February 1897, which was later set as the anniversary of the city. In 1899, the Dutch East Indies colonial administration granted a township status t

The Soeharto Forest Park 1 is a large forest park in the regency of Kutai Kartanegara and Penajam Paser Utara , in the province of East Kalimantan in Indonesia . It has an area of 61,850 hectares. The park's ecosystem is made up of mixed lowland dipterocarp forests, keranga forests, coastal forests, shrubs and weeds.

The Kutai Kartanegara Bridge (also known as the Mahakam II Bridge) was an Indonesian suspension bridge that was located on the island of Borneo in Kalimantan Timur, crossing the Mahakam River and connecting Tenggarong and Samarinda.  The 710-meter-long bridge, which featured a 270-meter-long suspended section, was intended to resemble San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge. Construction on the bridge commenced in 1995 and was completed in 2001. It was the longest suspension bridge in Indonesia.

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East Kalimantan is a province of Indonesia. Its territory comprises the eastern portion of Borneo. East Kalimantan has a unique natural site, Labuan Cermin Lake at Biduk-biduk district which features freshwater on top with about 2 meters thickness and seawater underneath it.