Covering two-thirds of Borneo in four provinces, Kalimantan remains one of Indonesia’s least-visited regions. The Indonesian territory makes up 73% of Borneo Island (which is also home to Sabah and Sarawak, provinces of Malaysia, as well as the tiny oil-rich Brunei). Though it’s not as developed as the Malaysian or Brunei’s sectors of Borneo, Kalimantan has an array of natural wonders and is one of the last bastions of indigenous cultures in the world.
Kalimantan Travel Guide
Kalimantan is a region that subtly balances modernity with tradition; roads are improving but the area’s best Read More»
Most expatriates spend their time in the restaurants of large hotels that dish out Western as well as local Indonesian Read More»
In comparison to nearby Brunei, the nightlife scene in Kalimantan is a boisterous one despite being a part of the Read More»
Shopping in Kalimantan is limited to a handful of places where you can get your retail therapy fix. Read More»
Kalimantan is one of the globe’s last strongholds of untouched wilderness. The mighty Sungai Mahakam, Borneo’s Read More»
Kalimantan is one of Indonesia’s least-visited provinces. Covering two-thirds of Borneo, the world’s third-largest Read More»
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