Sarongs of Samarinda

Samarinda, the most populous city on the island of Borneo, has a long, rich history and eclectic culture, which makes the East Kalimantan capital a distinct destination in its own right.
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Banjarmasin

Banjarmasin is the capital city of South Kalimantan. Unique architectural heritage, natural splendour and colourful floating markets have made Banjarmasin a charming riverfront getaway.
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Wild Wehea

Hemmed in by vast swathes of cleared land, Wehea is a protected pocket of ancient virgin rainforest that is sacred to the local Dayak people and home to some of Borneo’s most beautiful flora and fauna.
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Tarakan

Join Colours on a visit to the bustling oil-rich city of Tarakan – the largest town in the new province of North Kalimantan – to discover a place with a colourful culture and vivid history that was vital to Indonesia’s independence.

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Sebangau

In less than two hours, you can fly from the bustle of Jakarta to the fringe of Sebangau in Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo, world-famous for its orangutans. Stephanie Brookes takes an exotic river journey.
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