Orchid Garden Tourism Tarakan is a place or location breeding and cultivation of orchids. Interestingly, people who visit can see immediately how beautiful the park orchid. Besides enjoy the beauty of orchid, you can also buy at a price that is already available. Prices differ according to the type of orchid, orchid is pegged ranging from 50,000 IDR. Moreover, Besides the orchids Tarakan is exotic also has a value of pride. Because, all of orchids are a valuable asset to be proud of Tarakan.
Orchid Garden Tourism is located in the city forest area, is the first orchid farms in the northern region of North Kalimantan wide variety of orchid varieties are cultivated there for the flower industry needs potlen as an ornamental plant that can be purchased with pot container equipped with playground facilities and can be reached as it is located on the edge of road that connects Amal Beach tourism object.
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