Kalimantan – Indonesia Borneo ( Island at The Equinox )

Kalimantan - Indonesia Borneo ( Island at The Equinox )

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Kalimantan - Indonesia Borneo ( Island at The Equinox )

Kalimantan is one of the world’s last, vast wilderness areas, a symphony of natural beauty and indigenous cultures. In English, the term “Kalimantan” refers to the Indonesian portion of the island of Borneo, while in Indonesian, the term "Kalimantan" refers to the whole island of Borneo.

The name Kalimantan which is often spelled Klemantan was derived from Sanskrit word “Kalamanthana” which means "burning weather island", or island with a very hot temperature to describe its hot and humid tropical climate because it’s located right at the equator.

Tour Informations


Duration: 4 DAYS 3 NIGHTS


Early morning at 6:30am, meet at Kuching Sentral and depart by overland to Pontianak, capital of Kalimantan. Journey takes about 6-7 hrs with stopover at Serian, a small town for a short break; Tebedu/Entikong for immigration check and Ngabang for lunch (own expenses).

Proceed for a stopover at Mandor Struggle Cemetery where more than twenty thousand native freedom fighters were killed and buried during WWII. Pass by small townships like Pinyuh and Mempawa before arriving at Pontianak by late afternoon. Check in at Kini or similar class hotel. In the evening, have dinner followed by shopping and opt for a night out. Overnight in the hotel. (Dinner)
Breakfast in the hotel. Morning – proceed for sightseeing in Pontianak, capital of West Kalimantan, founded in 1771. Places of interest include the Museum, Bamboo Monument, Market, Kadariah Palace, and shopping with lunch included.

In the evening, have seafood dinner at the famous Kakap Seafood Centre followed by shopping tour of the Fruit Market. Overnight in the hotel. (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner)

After breakfast in the hotel, depart for a day trip to Singakawang, a Chinese dominated town. Journey takes about 3 hrs with stopover at Kura Kura Beach renowned for its turtle landing beaches, Pasir Panjang Beach and the Equator Monument before arriving at Singakawang.

A visit at Tri Dharma Bumi Raya Temple, very unique temple acts as a road divider in Singakawang and one of the oldest temple established in 1878, Marga Tjhia House authentic traditional house built in more than 100 years ago. Have lunch at a local restaurant before returning via the same way. In the evening, have dinner in yet another classic eatery. Rest or make hays moonlighting your last blues in this “Land of Thousand Rivers”. Overnight in the hotel. (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner)

Early morning breakfast and depart Pontianak for Kuching via the same route. Arrive Kuching Sentral by late afternoon. (Breakfast)


* All passports must have a minimum of 6 months validity. We advise all participants to have their own personal and/or PA insurance.

* You may choose to enter Pontianak by overland and return or proceed for your onwards travel by flight