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  Since 1994, they have spent most of their ¬†life as field guides deep in the jungle and river of Borneo, with this years experiences also they are growing up in the fields as Wildlife and Culture tour guides, which know well about the adventure in Borneo and supported by their impressive and solid background of the team with depth and breadth of knowledge and experiences in the rain forest and animals, especially Orangutan. The teams are also have been voluntary for Orangutan for few years. Their adventures tour packages…

Welcome To Samarinda

Samarinda Samarinda is a city in East Borneo which also an official capital city for East Borneo province. The whole area of the city is directly border to the Kutai Kartanegara Regency. There are some historical time-lines that remain the build of Samarinda city from the early time until this present time. It start from Bungaya agreement to the arrival of the Bugis to the Sultanate of Kutai, this Wajo Bugis people are living in Samarinda at the beginning of the year 1668 or precisely in January 1668 that as…

Banjarmasin The Thousand River City

Banjarmasin Banjarmasin is one of the Indonesia cities and the capital of South Kalimantan province. The original name of Banjar is Banjar-Masih, in 1664 in the Dutch wrote Banjarmasch. Banzjarmasch then turn to be Bandjermassing/Bandjer Massing/Banjermassing/Bandjarmassingh, then Bandjermasin/Banjir Massin/Banjarmassin/Banjarmatsin/Bandjarmasin, in new spelling to be Banjarmasin. Another name of Banjarmasin is Tatas, were taken from the name of the delta islands that make up the downtown area of Banjarmasin. This city is sometimes called as River City, for there are lots of river which flows in this area. The local inhabitant…

Dayak People, The Real Borneo Itself

Dayak People Dakay people or Daya or Dyak are the indigenous peopleof Borneo Island, Indonesia. They live in groups in mountains, outbacks and they are such a terrestrial group, a group who live in land, not in marine zone. Dayak people are divided into some sub-ethnics that have different language and even different way of living. Shortly, Dayak is referred to Ngaju People or Ot Danum tribe who stays in South Borneo. While, in general, Dayak is referred to the 6 tribes of Dayak; [Kenyah-Kayan-Bahau],[Ot Danum],[Iban],[Murut],[Klemantan] and [Punan]. Those six…

The Rich Province of East Borneo

East Kalimantan East Borneo is the second largest province in Kalimantan. This province is ao rich with its natural resources that coming from two main cities of Samarinda, which is the capital and the center of timber product, and Balikpapan as a petroleum center with oil refinery. Since Indonesia start the mineral and natural resources for foreign investment in 1970s, East Borneo become the center area for those exotic forest products like timber and petroleum. Moreover, the existence of Pertamina as an oil refinery company from the Royal Dutch Shell…

The Thousand River of South Borneo

South Kalimantan Banjarmasin is the capital city of this Province. South Borneo is located in Borneo Island, with boundaries of Makassar Strait in the east, Central Kalimantan in the west and north, the Java Sea in the south and a small part of East Kalimantan in the north. The history remain that South Borneo was start the early life since 8000 BC, when People of Austrolomelanisia was settled on caves at Meratus mountain. Second believed that on 2500 BC, the Proto Malay people from Formosa Island moved to Borneo, and…

The Particular Central Kalimantan

Central Kalimantan Central Kalimantan or Central Borneo is located in Kalimantan Island with the capital city of Palangkayara. Along the 17th Century, central Kalimantan inhabitant, Dayak People, was ruled by the Muslim Sultanate of Banjar. After the independence of WW II Dayak People want to separated from South Kalimantan Province and Central Kalimantan become the 17th Province in Indonesia. Nowadays, there are three major Dayak tribes in Central Borneo, which is Ngaju, Ot Danum and Dusun Ma’anyan Ot Siang. Besides, other ethnics that live on Central Borneo are Javanese, Maduranese,…