Hotels in Kalimantan are made up of mid-range hotels and several luxury ventures with excellent service and facilities at value-for-money rates. As one of Indonesia’s least-visited regions, Kalimantan makes up 73% of Borneo Island with a few tourist draws for an activity-filled yet laidback vacation. Divided into four provinces, Kalimantan is best known as one of the last bastions of indigenous cultures in the world.
Home to untouched rainforests and a wide range of exotic fauna especially around the Kayan Mentarang National Park, the Apokayan Highlands and around the eastern reaches of Sungai Kapuas, Kalimantan subtly balances modernity with tradition. For guests’ convenience, Kalimantan hotels offer a peaceful retreat with spacious and cosy guestrooms and serve local delicacies at their onsite eateries after a day of driving off the east coast along Pulau Derawan, visiting the water villages and floating markets of Banjarmasin, or viewing the rich wildlife at verdant Tanjung Puting National Park.