Top 5 attractions you must visit in North Kalimantan
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About North Kalimantan
It is located on the northernmost of Kalimantan, the Indonesian part of the island of Borneo. It borders directly with our neighboring countries, are the State of Sabah and Sarawak, East Malaysia.
Attractions in North Kalimantan
Ambalat is a sea block in the Celebes sea located off the east coast of Borneo. It lies to the east of the Indonesian province of North Kalimantan and to the south-east of the Malaysian state of Sabah, and it is the subject of a territorial dispute between the two nations. The deep sea blocks contain an estimated 62,000,000 barrels of oil and 348 million cubic meters of natural gas. Other estimates place it substantially higher: 764,000,000 barrels of oil and 3.96 × 1010 cubic meters of gas, in
Kayan Mentarang National Park is a densely forested national park in North Kalimantan province, Borneo Island, Indonesia. The national park is named after a great dispersed Mentarang mountain trails plateau of Apau Kayan which covers the entire park from the Datadian area in the south region to the Apau Ping area in mid-region until Long Bawan in the north region. It is now one of the great trekking and tourist attractions in Indonesia.
Sebatik Island is an island off the eastern coast of Borneo, partly within Indonesia and partly within Malaysia. It is one of the 92 officially listed outlying islands of Indonesia. It is one of the beautiful islands which was located in the heart of the North Kalimantan.
Tanjung Selor is a town and the capital of North Kalimantan province in Indonesia. It is also the capital of the Bulungan Regency. The district has an area of 1,277.81 km² and a population of 39,439 at the 2010 Census. The district is served by the Tanjung Harapan Airport.
Tarakan is an island and the largest city of the Indonesian province of North Kalimantan. The island city is located in northern Borneo, just across the border from Sabah, Malaysia. Once a major oil-producing region during the colonial period, Tarakan had great strategic importance during the Pacific War and was among the first Japanese targets early in the war. It is the sole city within the newly established Indonesian province of North Kalimantan.