The National Park Authority Berbak - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
About The National Park Authority Berbak
The Berbak National Park in Sumatra island, Jambi province of Indonesia, forms part of the largest undisturbed swamp forest in southeastern Asia, and the peat swamp forest with the greatest number of palm species. Protected since 1935 under Dutch colonial law and later declared a national park, it has been also recognised as a wetland of international importance.
Hotels near The National Park Authority Berbak
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Attractions Near The National Park Authority Berbak
Gentala Arasy Bridge
3.57km from The National Park Authority Berbak
Gentala Arasy bridge is one of the icons in Jambi. This bridge was built in 2012 . Actually there are two objects in this location, the tower of Gentala Arasy and Pedestrian bridge. It was one of the architectural wonders in this province, a lot of people visits this architectural wonder.
Makam Raja - Raja
5.64km from The National Park Authority Berbak
This royal cemetery is located in Karang Kulon Village and belongs to Imogiri Sub-District. The location is in a hilly area, so tourists must spend some effort to reach the site. it is one of the historical places which has a historical significance in the growth of Jambi city.
Taman Nasional Sembilang
123.99km from The National Park Authority Berbak
Sembilang National Park is a national park covering 2,051 kilometer square along the east coast of Sumatra, Indonesia. This park is typical of wet land area with various forest ecosystems, fresh water swamps, mangrove forest and mud flats.
Taman Nasional Bukit Tigapuluh
149.36km from The National Park Authority Berbak
Bukit Tigapuluh National Park - The Thirty Hills - is a 143,223 hectare National Park in eastern Sumatra, consisting primarily of tropical lowland forest, largely in Riau province, with a smaller part of 33,000 ha in Jambi province. It is famous as one of the last refuges of endangered species such as the Sumatran orangutan, Sumatran tiger, Sumatran elephant, and Asian tapir, as well as many endangered bird species. It forms part of the Tesso Nilo Complex biodiversity hotspot. The Park is inhabi
198.82km from The National Park Authority Berbak
Seguntang Hill is small hill located in Palembang, South Sumatra, Indonesia. This hill is home for archeological relics that related to Sriwijaya Empire, during 6th to 13th Century ago. One of the archeological relics that been discovered at this place is a Buddha Statue in 1920.
Masjid Agung Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II
200.39km from The National Park Authority Berbak
The mosque is the largest in South Sumatra, and the third-largest mosque in Sumatra after the Grand Mosque of West Sumatra and the Great Mosque of Pekanbaru.