Tanjung Putting National Park

The wealth of flora in the Tanjung Putting National Park covers the plants are like meranti (Shorea sp.), Ramin (Gonystylus bancanus), (Dyera costulata), aloes, wood street, keruing (Dipterocarpus sp), ironwood (Eusideroxylon zwagerí), tengkawang (dracomentelas sp.), palm (Nypa fruticans), and others. While for the lower layers of forest vegetation consists of the types of rattan and regeneration / tree saplings.

While the wealth of fauna including mammals, reptiles, and birds.
Mammals: Tanjung Putting National Park area is inhabited by approximately 38 species of mammals. Seven of them are well-known primates and protected, such as the orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus), proboscis monkey (Nasalis larvatus), gibbon, gibbon (Hylobates agilis), and sun bear (Helarctos malayanus). The types of large mammals like deer, sambar, barking deer (Muntiacus muntjak) (Tragulus javanicus) and pig (Sus barbatus), also can be found in this area. In fact, some species of water mammals such as dugongs (dugong-dugong) and dolphins are reported to have been seen in waters around the area of Tanjung Putting National Park.
Reptiles: Some species of reptiles can be found on the Tanjung Putting National Park area, including crocodiles sinyong chopsticks (tomistoma Schlegel), estuarine crocodiles (Crocodilus porosus) and bidawang (trionyx cartilagenous).
Bird: Carrying more than 200 species of birds that live in the area of Tanjung Putting National Park. One bird species exist in this region, namely Sindang yarn (Ciconia stormi) included 20 species of the world’s rarest birds. Tanjung Putting is also one place for all types of bird colonies "great alba" like egrets alba, arhinga melanogaster and Ardea purpurea.

The best way towards Tanjung Putting National Park is through the District of Kumai. If visitors choose the path of the sea, Kumai can be accessed using a ship PELNI (Krakatoa, Bukit Raya, and Lawit) which departed from Semarang, Surabaya and Banjarmasin, twice a week. However, if pursued through the air, visitors should stop first at Pangkalan Bun, the capital of West Kotawaringin. Because, just in Pangkalan Bun airport there is a link with cities like Ketapang, Palangkaraya, Sampit, Banjarmasin, and Semarang. From those cities, flights to Pangkalan Bun average once a day. Having arrived at Pangkalan Bun, a trip to Kumai can be reached by using public taxis or chartered taxi.

Once on Kumai (either air or sea using the point), there are several routes of travel to get to Tanjung Putting National Park. By using klotok or speed boat, visitors can enter the park area from several different entrance routes that have been selected based on, among other

Kumai-Cape of Good Hope (20 km), takes about 0.5 hours. Kumai-Tanggui Cottage (30 km) takes about 1 hour. -Camp Leakey Kumai (40 kilometers) took approximately 1.5 hours. Kumai-Natai Lengkuas (40 km) takes about 1.5 hours.

Around the area of Tanjung Putting National Park, especially in Sub Kumai and Pangkalan Bun there are means of accommodation and facilities such as: hotel / inn (the average charge Rp 10.000 – Rp 75.000/malam), restaurants, mosques, guest house, guesthouse researchers , the tower of view / observer, shelter (resting place), path, speed boat / klotok, and others.

For tourists who visit Tanjung Putting National Park with more than 1 day, there is a hotel / guesthouse in the village of Cape of Good Hope, on the banks of the River Sekonyer. Room rates vary, ranging from Rp 300,000-Rp 500.000/night. However, for tourists who do not want to stay at the hotel, there are other alternatives, namely staying in the guest house in Tanjung Putting National Park, which has a capacity of 10 persons and at the camping ground which provides 5 tents, or staying in a rented klotok.Tanjung Putting National Park is located in District Kotawaringin Kumai in the West and in the District of Hanau and Seruyan Hilir Regency, Central Kalimantan, Borneo Island, Indonesia.

Tanjung Putting National Park was originally the Tanjung Putting Wildlife Reserve was established by the Dutch East Indies colonial government on June 13, 1936 with a total area of 305,000 hectares. By the Government of the Netherlands East Indies, the region used as a refuge orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus) and the proboscis monkey (Nasalis larvatus).

Subsequently, on May 12, 1984 the Government of Indonesia, Tanjung Putting is set as a national park and an area to 300,040 hectares. In 1996, the total area of Tanjung Putting National Park has increased to 415,040 hectares consisting of Tanjung Putting Wildlife Reserve of 300,040 hectares, 90,000 hectares of production forests, and the area approximately 25,000 hectares of water area.

Tanjung Putting National Park is an important conservation area to protect endangered species such as orangutans, proboscis monkey, gibbon, gibbons, sailors, and others. The area is defined by UNESCO as the lungs of the world (biosphere reserve), this type of ecosystem, including lowland tropical rain forest, freshwater swamp forests, mangrove forests, and coastal forest. This area has a flat to slightly undulating topography with an altitude of 0 to 100 m ASL (above sea level). Casement including wet tropical climate with average rainfall is 2400 mm per year and has high humidity.

Tanjung Putting National Park is a forest area that has some type of ecosystem, such as lowland tropical forest ecosystems, forest ecosystems of dry land (heath forest), freshwater swamp forest ecosystem, the ecosystem of peat swamp forests, mangrove forests or mangrove ecosystems, coastal forest ecosystem, and secondary forest ecosystems. In the national park with various types of ecosystem, visitors can see the incredible natural wealth, be it wealth of flora and fauna.

The wealth of flora in the Tanjung Putting National Park covers the plants are like meranti (Shorea sp.), Ramin (Gonystylus bancanus), (Dyera costulata), aloes, wood street, keruing (Dipterocarpus sp), ironwood (Eusideroxylon zwagerí), tengkawang (dracomentelas sp.), palm (Nypa fruticans), and others. While for the lower layers of forest vegetation consists of the types of rattan and regeneration / tree saplings.

While the wealth of fauna including mammals, reptiles, and birds.
Mammals: Tanjung Putting National Park area is inhabited by approximately 38 species of mammals. Seven of them are well-known primates and protected, such as the orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus), proboscis monkey (Nasalis larvatus), gibbon, gibbon (Hylobates agilis), and sun bear (Helarctos malayanus). The types of large mammals like deer, sambar, barking deer (Muntiacus muntjak) (Tragulus javanicus) and pig (Sus barbatus), also can be found in this area. In fact, some species of water mammals such as dugongs (dugong-dugong) and dolphins are reported to have been seen in waters around the area of Tanjung Putting National Park.
Reptiles: Some species of reptiles can be found on the Tanjung Putting National Park area, including crocodiles sinyong chopsticks (tomistoma Schlegel), estuarine crocodiles (Crocodilus porosus) and bidawang (trionyx cartilagenous).
Bird: Carrying more than 200 species of birds that live in the area of Tanjung Putting National Park. One bird species exist in this region, namely Sindang yarn (Ciconia stormi) included 20 species of the world’s rarest birds. Tanjung Putting is also one place for all types of bird colonies "great alba" like egrets alba, arhinga melanogaster and Ardea purpurea.

The best way towards Tanjung Putting National Park is through the District of Kumai. If visitors choose the path of the sea, Kumai can be accessed using a ship PELNI (Krakatoa, Bukit Raya, and Lawit) which departed from Semarang, Surabaya and Banjarmasin, twice a week. However, if pursued through the air, visitors should stop first at Pangkalan Bun, the capital of West Kotawaringin. Because, just in Pangkalan Bun airport there is a link with cities like Ketapang, Palangkaraya, Sampit, Banjarmasin, and Semarang. From those cities, flights to Pangkalan Bun average once a day. Having arrived at Pangkalan Bun, a trip to Kumai can be reached by using public taxis or chartered taxi.

Once on Kumai (either air or sea using the point), there are several routes of travel to get to Tanjung Putting National Park. By using klotok or speed boat, visitors can enter the park area from several different entrance routes that have been selected based on, among other

Kumai-Cape of Good Hope (20 km), takes about 0.5 hours. Kumai-Tanggui Cottage (30 km) takes about 1 hour. -Camp Leakey Kumai (40 kilometers) took approximately 1.5 hours. Kumai-Natai Lengkuas (40 km) takes about 1.5 hours.

Around the area of Tanjung Putting National Park, especially in Sub Kumai and Pangkalan Bun there are means of accommodation and facilities such as: hotel / inn (the average charge Rp 10.000 – Rp 75.000/malam), restaurants, mosques, guest house, guesthouse researchers , the tower of view / observer, shelter (resting place), path, speed boat / klotok, and others.

For tourists who visit Tanjung Putting National Park with more than 1 day, there is a hotel / guesthouse in the village of Cape of Good Hope, on the banks of the River Sekonyer. Room rates vary, ranging from Rp 300,000-Rp 500.000/night. However, for tourists who do not want to stay at the hotel, there are other alternatives, namely staying in the guest house in Tanjung Putting National Park, which has a capacity of 10 persons and at the camping ground which provides 5 tents, or staying in a rented klotok.Tanjung Putting National Park is located in District Kotawaringin Kumai in the West and in the District of Hanau and Seruyan Hilir Regency, Central Kalimantan, Borneo Island, Indonesia.

Tanjung Putting National Park was originally the Tanjung Putting Wildlife Reserve was established by the Dutch East Indies colonial government on June 13, 1936 with a total area of 305,000 hectares. By the Government of the Netherlands East Indies, the region used as a refuge orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus) and the proboscis monkey (Nasalis larvatus).

Subsequently, on May 12, 1984 the Government of Indonesia, Tanjung Putting is set as a national park and an area to 300,040 hectares. In 1996, the total area of Tanjung Putting National Park has increased to 415,040 hectares consisting of Tanjung Putting Wildlife Reserve of 300,040 hectares, 90,000 hectares of production forests, and the area approximately 25,000 hectares of water area.

Tanjung Putting National Park is an important conservation area to protect endangered species such as orangutans, proboscis monkey, gibbon, gibbons, sailors, and others. The area is defined by UNESCO as the lungs of the world (biosphere reserve), this type of ecosystem, including lowland tropical rain forest, freshwater swamp forests, mangrove forests, and coastal forest. This area has a flat to slightly undulating topography with an altitude of 0 to 100 m ASL (above sea level). Casement including wet tropical climate with average rainfall is 2400 mm per year and has high humidity.

Tanjung Putting National Park is a forest area that has some type of ecosystem, such as lowland tropical forest ecosystems, forest ecosystems of dry land (heath forest), freshwater swamp forest ecosystem, the ecosystem of peat swamp forests, mangrove forests or mangrove ecosystems, coastal forest ecosystem, and secondary forest ecosystems. In the national park with various types of ecosystem, visitors can see the incredible natural wealth, be it wealth of flora and fauna.

The wealth of flora in the Tanjung Putting National Park covers the plants are like meranti (Shorea sp.), Ramin (Gonystylus bancanus), (Dyera costulata), aloes, wood street, keruing (Dipterocarpus sp), ironwood (Eusideroxylon zwagerí), tengkawang (dracomentelas sp.), palm (Nypa fruticans), and others. While for the lower layers of forest vegetation consists of the types of rattan and regeneration / tree saplings.

While the wealth of fauna including mammals, reptiles, and birds.
Mammals: Tanjung Putting National Park area is inhabited by approximately 38 species of mammals. Seven of them are well-known primates and protected, such as the orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus), proboscis monkey (Nasalis larvatus), gibbon, gibbon (Hylobates agilis), and sun bear (Helarctos malayanus). The types of large mammals like deer, sambar, barking deer (Muntiacus muntjak) (Tragulus javanicus) and pig (Sus barbatus), also can be found in this area. In fact, some species of water mammals such as dugongs (dugong-dugong) and dolphins are reported to have been seen in waters around the area of Tanjung Putting National Park.
Reptiles: Some species of reptiles can be found on the Tanjung Putting National Park area, including crocodiles sinyong chopsticks (tomistoma Schlegel), estuarine crocodiles (Crocodilus porosus) and bidawang (trionyx cartilagenous).
Bird: Carrying more than 200 species of birds that live in the area of Tanjung Putting National Park. One bird species exist in this region, namely Sindang yarn (Ciconia stormi) included 20 species of the world’s rarest birds. Tanjung Putting is also one place for all types of bird colonies "great alba" like egrets alba, arhinga melanogaster and Ardea purpurea.

The best way towards Tanjung Putting National Park is through the District of Kumai. If visitors choose the path of the sea, Kumai can be accessed using a ship PELNI (Krakatoa, Bukit Raya, and Lawit) which departed from Semarang, Surabaya and Banjarmasin, twice a week. However, if pursued through the air, visitors should stop first at Pangkalan Bun, the capital of West Kotawaringin. Because, just in Pangkalan Bun airport there is a link with cities like Ketapang, Palangkaraya, Sampit, Banjarmasin, and Semarang. From those cities, flights to Pangkalan Bun average once a day. Having arrived at Pangkalan Bun, a trip to Kumai can be reached by using public taxis or chartered taxi.

Once on Kumai (either air or sea using the point), there are several routes of travel to get to Tanjung Putting National Park. By using klotok or speed boat, visitors can enter the park area from several different entrance routes that have been selected based on, among other

Kumai-Cape of Good Hope (20 km), takes about 0.5 hours. Kumai-Tanggui Cottage (30 km) takes about 1 hour. -Camp Leakey Kumai (40 kilometers) took approximately 1.5 hours. Kumai-Natai Lengkuas (40 km) takes about 1.5 hours.

Around the area of Tanjung Putting National Park, especially in Sub Kumai and Pangkalan Bun there are means of accommodation and facilities such as: hotel / inn (the average charge Rp 10.000 – Rp 75.000/malam), restaurants, mosques, guest house, guesthouse researchers , the tower of view / observer, shelter (resting place), path, speed boat / klotok, and others.

For tourists who visit Tanjung Putting National Park with more than 1 day, there is a hotel / guesthouse in the village of Cape of Good Hope, on the banks of the River Sekonyer. Room rates vary, ranging from Rp 300,000-Rp 500.000/night. However, for tourists who do not want to stay at the hotel, there are other alternatives, namely staying in the guest house in Tanjung Putting National Park, which has a capacity of 10 persons and at the camping ground which provides 5 tents, or staying in a rented klotok.Tanjung Putting National Park is located in District Kotawaringin Kumai in the West and in the District of Hanau and Seruyan Hilir Regency, Central Kalimantan, Borneo Island, Indonesia.

Tanjung Putting National Park was originally the Tanjung Putting Wildlife Reserve was established by the Dutch East Indies colonial government on June 13, 1936 with a total area of 305,000 hectares. By the Government of the Netherlands East Indies, the region used as a refuge orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus) and the proboscis monkey (Nasalis larvatus).

Subsequently, on May 12, 1984 the Government of Indonesia, Tanjung Putting is set as a national park and an area to 300,040 hectares. In 1996, the total area of Tanjung Putting National Park has increased to 415,040 hectares consisting of Tanjung Putting Wildlife Reserve of 300,040 hectares, 90,000 hectares of production forests, and the area approximately 25,000 hectares of water area.

Tanjung Putting National Park is an important conservation area to protect endangered species such as orangutans, proboscis monkey, gibbon, gibbons, sailors, and others. The area is defined by UNESCO as the lungs of the world (biosphere reserve), this type of ecosystem, including lowland tropical rain forest, freshwater swamp forests, mangrove forests, and coastal forest. This area has a flat to slightly undulating topography with an altitude of 0 to 100 m ASL (above sea level). Casement including wet tropical climate with average rainfall is 2400 mm per year and has high humidity.

Tanjung Putting National Park is a forest area that has some type of ecosystem, such as lowland tropical forest ecosystems, forest ecosystems of dry land (heath forest), freshwater swamp forest ecosystem, the ecosystem of peat swamp forests, mangrove forests or mangrove ecosystems, coastal forest ecosystem, and secondary forest ecosystems. In the national park with various types of ecosystem, visitors can see the incredible natural wealth, be it wealth of flora and fauna.

The wealth of flora in the Tanjung Putting National Park covers the plants are like meranti (Shorea sp.), Ramin (Gonystylus bancanus), (Dyera costulata), aloes, wood street, keruing (Dipterocarpus sp), ironwood (Eusideroxylon zwagerí), tengkawang (dracomentelas sp.), palm (Nypa fruticans), and others. While for the lower layers of forest vegetation consists of the types of rattan and regeneration / tree saplings.

While the wealth of fauna including mammals, reptiles, and birds.
Mammals: Tanjung Putting National Park area is inhabited by approximately 38 species of mammals. Seven of them are well-known primates and protected, such as the orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus), proboscis monkey (Nasalis larvatus), gibbon, gibbon (Hylobates agilis), and sun bear (Helarctos malayanus). The types of large mammals like deer, sambar, barking deer (Muntiacus muntjak) (Tragulus javanicus) and pig (Sus barbatus), also can be found in this area. In fact, some species of water mammals such as dugongs (dugong-dugong) and dolphins are reported to have been seen in waters around the area of Tanjung Putting National Park.
Reptiles: Some species of reptiles can be found on the Tanjung Putting National Park area, including crocodiles sinyong chopsticks (tomistoma Schlegel), estuarine crocodiles (Crocodilus porosus) and bidawang (trionyx cartilagenous).
Bird: Carrying more than 200 species of birds that live in the area of Tanjung Putting National Park. One bird species exist in this region, namely Sindang yarn (Ciconia stormi) included 20 species of the world’s rarest birds. Tanjung Putting is also one place for all types of bird colonies "great alba" like egrets alba, arhinga melanogaster and Ardea purpurea.

The best way towards Tanjung Putting National Park is through the District of Kumai. If visitors choose the path of the sea, Kumai can be accessed using a ship PELNI (Krakatoa, Bukit Raya, and Lawit) which departed from Semarang, Surabaya and Banjarmasin, twice a week. However, if pursued through the air, visitors should stop first at Pangkalan Bun, the capital of West Kotawaringin. Because, just in Pangkalan Bun airport there is a link with cities like Ketapang, Palangkaraya, Sampit, Banjarmasin, and Semarang. From those cities, flights to Pangkalan Bun average once a day. Having arrived at Pangkalan Bun, a trip to Kumai can be reached by using public taxis or chartered taxi.

Once on Kumai (either air or sea using the point), there are several routes of travel to get to Tanjung Putting National Park. By using klotok or speed boat, visitors can enter the park area from several different entrance routes that have been selected based on, among other

Kumai-Cape of Good Hope (20 km), takes about 0.5 hours. Kumai-Tanggui Cottage (30 km) takes about 1 hour. -Camp Leakey Kumai (40 kilometers) took approximately 1.5 hours. Kumai-Natai Lengkuas (40 km) takes about 1.5 hours.

Around the area of Tanjung Putting National Park, especially in Sub Kumai and Pangkalan Bun there are means of accommodation and facilities such as: hotel / inn (the average charge Rp 10.000 – Rp 75.000/malam), restaurants, mosques, guest house, guesthouse researchers , the tower of view / observer, shelter (resting place), path, speed boat / klotok, and others.

For tourists who visit Tanjung Putting National Park with more than 1 day, there is a hotel / guesthouse in the village of Cape of Good Hope, on the banks of the River Sekonyer. Room rates vary, ranging from Rp 300,000-Rp 500.000/night. However, for tourists who do not want to stay at the hotel, there are other alternatives, namely staying in the guest house in Tanjung Putting National Park, which has a capacity of 10 persons and at the camping ground which provides 5 tents, or staying in a rented klotok.Tanjung Putting National Park is located in District Kotawaringin Kumai in the West and in the District of Hanau and Seruyan Hilir Regency, Central Kalimantan, Borneo Island, Indonesia.

Tanjung Putting National Park was originally the Tanjung Putting Wildlife Reserve was established by the Dutch East Indies colonial government on June 13, 1936 with a total area of 305,000 hectares. By the Government of the Netherlands East Indies, the region used as a refuge orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus) and the proboscis monkey (Nasalis larvatus).

Subsequently, on May 12, 1984 the Government of Indonesia, Tanjung Putting is set as a national park and an area to 300,040 hectares. In 1996, the total area of Tanjung Putting National Park has increased to 415,040 hectares consisting of Tanjung Putting Wildlife Reserve of 300,040 hectares, 90,000 hectares of production forests, and the area approximately 25,000 hectares of water area.

Tanjung Putting National Park is an important conservation area to protect endangered species such as orangutans, proboscis monkey, gibbon, gibbons, sailors, and others. The area is defined by UNESCO as the lungs of the world (biosphere reserve), this type of ecosystem, including lowland tropical rain forest, freshwater swamp forests, mangrove forests, and coastal forest. This area has a flat to slightly undulating topography with an altitude of 0 to 100 m ASL (above sea level). Casement including wet tropical climate with average rainfall is 2400 mm per year and has high humidity.

Tanjung Putting National Park is a forest area that has some type of ecosystem, such as lowland tropical forest ecosystems, forest ecosystems of dry land (heath forest), freshwater swamp forest ecosystem, the ecosystem of peat swamp forests, mangrove forests or mangrove ecosystems, coastal forest ecosystem, and secondary forest ecosystems. In the national park with various types of ecosystem, visitors can see the incredible natural wealth, be it wealth of flora and fauna.

The wealth of flora in the Tanjung Putting National Park covers the plants are like meranti (Shorea sp.), Ramin (Gonystylus bancanus), (Dyera costulata), aloes, wood street, keruing (Dipterocarpus sp), ironwood (Eusideroxylon zwagerí), tengkawang (dracomentelas sp.), palm (Nypa fruticans), and others. While for the lower layers of forest vegetation consists of the types of rattan and regeneration / tree saplings.

While the wealth of fauna including mammals, reptiles, and birds.
Mammals: Tanjung Putting National Park area is inhabited by approximately 38 species of mammals. Seven of them are well-known primates and protected, such as the orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus), proboscis monkey (Nasalis larvatus), gibbon, gibbon (Hylobates agilis), and sun bear (Helarctos malayanus). The types of large mammals like deer, sambar, barking deer (Muntiacus muntjak) (Tragulus javanicus) and pig (Sus barbatus), also can be found in this area. In fact, some species of water mammals such as dugongs (dugong-dugong) and dolphins are reported to have been seen in waters around the area of Tanjung Putting National Park.
Reptiles: Some species of reptiles can be found on the Tanjung Putting National Park area, including crocodiles sinyong chopsticks (tomistoma Schlegel), estuarine crocodiles (Crocodilus porosus) and bidawang (trionyx cartilagenous).
Bird: Carrying more than 200 species of birds that live in the area of Tanjung Putting National Park. One bird species exist in this region, namely Sindang yarn (Ciconia stormi) included 20 species of the world’s rarest birds. Tanjung Putting is also one place for all types of bird colonies "great alba" like egrets alba, arhinga melanogaster and Ardea purpurea.

The best way towards Tanjung Putting National Park is through the District of Kumai. If visitors choose the path of the sea, Kumai can be accessed using a ship PELNI (Krakatoa, Bukit Raya, and Lawit) which departed from Semarang, Surabaya and Banjarmasin, twice a week. However, if pursued through the air, visitors should stop first at Pangkalan Bun, the capital of West Kotawaringin. Because, just in Pangkalan Bun airport there is a link with cities like Ketapang, Palangkaraya, Sampit, Banjarmasin, and Semarang. From those cities, flights to Pangkalan Bun average once a day. Having arrived at Pangkalan Bun, a trip to Kumai can be reached by using public taxis or chartered taxi.

Once on Kumai (either air or sea using the point), there are several routes of travel to get to Tanjung Putting National Park. By using klotok or speed boat, visitors can enter the park area from several different entrance routes that have been selected based on, among other

Kumai-Cape of Good Hope (20 km), takes about 0.5 hours. Kumai-Tanggui Cottage (30 km) takes about 1 hour. -Camp Leakey Kumai (40 kilometers) took approximately 1.5 hours. Kumai-Natai Lengkuas (40 km) takes about 1.5 hours.

Around the area of Tanjung Putting National Park, especially in Sub Kumai and Pangkalan Bun there are means of accommodation and facilities such as: hotel / inn (the average charge Rp 10.000 – Rp 75.000/malam), restaurants, mosques, guest house, guesthouse researchers , the tower of view / observer, shelter (resting place), path, speed boat / klotok, and others.

For tourists who visit Tanjung Putting National Park with more than 1 day, there is a hotel / guesthouse in the village of Cape of Good Hope, on the banks of the River Sekonyer. Room rates vary, ranging from Rp 300,000-Rp 500.000/night. However, for tourists who do not want to stay at the hotel, there are other alternatives, namely staying in the guest house in Tanjung Putting National Park, which has a capacity of 10 persons and at the camping ground which provides 5 tents, or staying in a rented klotok.Tanjung Putting National Park is located in District Kotawaringin Kumai in the West and in the District of Hanau and Seruyan Hilir Regency, Central Kalimantan, Borneo Island, Indonesia.

Tanjung Putting National Park was originally the Tanjung Putting Wildlife Reserve was established by the Dutch East Indies colonial government on June 13, 1936 with a total area of 305,000 hectares. By the Government of the Netherlands East Indies, the region used as a refuge orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus) and the proboscis monkey (Nasalis larvatus).

Subsequently, on May 12, 1984 the Government of Indonesia, Tanjung Putting is set as a national park and an area to 300,040 hectares. In 1996, the total area of Tanjung Putting National Park has increased to 415,040 hectares consisting of Tanjung Putting Wildlife Reserve of 300,040 hectares, 90,000 hectares of production forests, and the area approximately 25,000 hectares of water area.

Tanjung Putting National Park is an important conservation area to protect endangered species such as orangutans, proboscis monkey, gibbon, gibbons, sailors, and others. The area is defined by UNESCO as the lungs of the world (biosphere reserve), this type of ecosystem, including lowland tropical rain forest, freshwater swamp forests, mangrove forests, and coastal forest. This area has a flat to slightly undulating topography with an altitude of 0 to 100 m ASL (above sea level). Casement including wet tropical climate with average rainfall is 2400 mm per year and has high humidity.

Tanjung Putting National Park is a forest area that has some type of ecosystem, such as lowland tropical forest ecosystems, forest ecosystems of dry land (heath forest), freshwater swamp forest ecosystem, the ecosystem of peat swamp forests, mangrove forests or mangrove ecosystems, coastal forest ecosystem, and secondary forest ecosystems. In the national park with various types of ecosystem, visitors can see the incredible natural wealth, be it wealth of flora and fauna.

The wealth of flora in the Tanjung Putting National Park covers the plants are like meranti (Shorea sp.), Ramin (Gonystylus bancanus), (Dyera costulata), aloes, wood street, keruing (Dipterocarpus sp), ironwood (Eusideroxylon zwagerí), tengkawang (dracomentelas sp.), palm (Nypa fruticans), and others. While for the lower layers of forest vegetation consists of the types of rattan and regeneration / tree saplings.

While the wealth of fauna including mammals, reptiles, and birds.
Mammals: Tanjung Putting National Park area is inhabited by approximately 38 species of mammals. Seven of them are well-known primates and protected, such as the orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus), proboscis monkey (Nasalis larvatus), gibbon, gibbon (Hylobates agilis), and sun bear (Helarctos malayanus). The types of large mammals like deer, sambar, barking deer (Muntiacus muntjak) (Tragulus javanicus) and pig (Sus barbatus), also can be found in this area. In fact, some species of water mammals such as dugongs (dugong-dugong) and dolphins are reported to have been seen in waters around the area of Tanjung Putting National Park.
Reptiles: Some species of reptiles can be found on the Tanjung Putting National Park area, including crocodiles sinyong chopsticks (tomistoma Schlegel), estuarine crocodiles (Crocodilus porosus) and bidawang (trionyx cartilagenous).
Bird: Carrying more than 200 species of birds that live in the area of Tanjung Putting National Park. One bird species exist in this region, namely Sindang yarn (Ciconia stormi) included 20 species of the world’s rarest birds. Tanjung Putting is also one place for all types of bird colonies "great alba" like egrets alba, arhinga melanogaster and Ardea purpurea.

The best way towards Tanjung Putting National Park is through the District of Kumai. If visitors choose the path of the sea, Kumai can be accessed using a ship PELNI (Krakatoa, Bukit Raya, and Lawit) which departed from Semarang, Surabaya and Banjarmasin, twice a week. However, if pursued through the air, visitors should stop first at Pangkalan Bun, the capital of West Kotawaringin. Because, just in Pangkalan Bun airport there is a link with cities like Ketapang, Palangkaraya, Sampit, Banjarmasin, and Semarang. From those cities, flights to Pangkalan Bun average once a day. Having arrived at Pangkalan Bun, a trip to Kumai can be reached by using public taxis or chartered taxi.

Once on Kumai (either air or sea using the point), there are several routes of travel to get to Tanjung Putting National Park. By using klotok or speed boat, visitors can enter the park area from several different entrance routes that have been selected based on, among other

Kumai-Cape of Good Hope (20 km), takes about 0.5 hours. Kumai-Tanggui Cottage (30 km) takes about 1 hour. -Camp Leakey Kumai (40 kilometers) took approximately 1.5 hours. Kumai-Natai Lengkuas (40 km) takes about 1.5 hours.

Around the area of Tanjung Putting National Park, especially in Sub Kumai and Pangkalan Bun there are means of accommodation and facilities such as: hotel / inn (the average charge Rp 10.000 – Rp 75.000/malam), restaurants, mosques, guest house, guesthouse researchers , the tower of view / observer, shelter (resting place), path, speed boat / klotok, and others.

For tourists who visit Tanjung Putting National Park with more than 1 day, there is a hotel / guesthouse in the village of Cape of Good Hope, on the banks of the River Sekonyer. Room rates vary, ranging from Rp 300,000-Rp 500.000/night. However, for tourists who do not want to stay at the hotel, there are other alternatives, namely staying in the guest house in Tanjung Putting National Park, which has a capacity of 10 persons and at the camping ground which provides 5 tents, or staying in a rented klotok.Tanjung Putting National Park is located in District Kotawaringin Kumai in the West and in the District of Hanau and Seruyan Hilir Regency, Central Kalimantan, Borneo Island, Indonesia.

Tanjung Putting National Park was originally the Tanjung Putting Wildlife Reserve was established by the Dutch East Indies colonial government on June 13, 1936 with a total area of 305,000 hectares. By the Government of the Netherlands East Indies, the region used as a refuge orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus) and the proboscis monkey (Nasalis larvatus).

Subsequently, on May 12, 1984 the Government of Indonesia, Tanjung Putting is set as a national park and an area to 300,040 hectares. In 1996, the total area of Tanjung Putting National Park has increased to 415,040 hectares consisting of Tanjung Putting Wildlife Reserve of 300,040 hectares, 90,000 hectares of production forests, and the area approximately 25,000 hectares of water area.

Tanjung Putting National Park is an important conservation area to protect endangered species such as orangutans, proboscis monkey, gibbon, gibbons, sailors, and others. The area is defined by UNESCO as the lungs of the world (biosphere reserve), this type of ecosystem, including lowland tropical rain forest, freshwater swamp forests, mangrove forests, and coastal forest. This area has a flat to slightly undulating topography with an altitude of 0 to 100 m ASL (above sea level). Casement including wet tropical climate with average rainfall is 2400 mm per year and has high humidity.

Tanjung Putting National Park is a forest area that has some type of ecosystem, such as lowland tropical forest ecosystems, forest ecosystems of dry land (heath forest), freshwater swamp forest ecosystem, the ecosystem of peat swamp forests, mangrove forests or mangrove ecosystems, coastal forest ecosystem, and secondary forest ecosystems. In the national park with various types of ecosystem, visitors can see the incredible natural wealth, be it wealth of flora and fauna.

The wealth of flora in the Tanjung Putting National Park covers the plants are like meranti (Shorea sp.), Ramin (Gonystylus bancanus), (Dyera costulata), aloes, wood street, keruing (Dipterocarpus sp), ironwood (Eusideroxylon zwagerí), tengkawang (dracomentelas sp.), palm (Nypa fruticans), and others. While for the lower layers of forest vegetation consists of the types of rattan and regeneration / tree saplings.

While the wealth of fauna including mammals, reptiles, and birds.
Mammals: Tanjung Putting National Park area is inhabited by approximately 38 species of mammals. Seven of them are well-known primates and protected, such as the orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus), proboscis monkey (Nasalis larvatus), gibbon, gibbon (Hylobates agilis), and sun bear (Helarctos malayanus). The types of large mammals like deer, sambar, barking deer (Muntiacus muntjak) (Tragulus javanicus) and pig (Sus barbatus), also can be found in this area. In fact, some species of water mammals such as dugongs (dugong-dugong) and dolphins are reported to have been seen in waters around the area of Tanjung Putting National Park.
Reptiles: Some species of reptiles can be found on the Tanjung Putting National Park area, including crocodiles sinyong chopsticks (tomistoma Schlegel), estuarine crocodiles (Crocodilus porosus) and bidawang (trionyx cartilagenous).
Bird: Carrying more than 200 species of birds that live in the area of Tanjung Putting National Park. One bird species exist in this region, namely Sindang yarn (Ciconia stormi) included 20 species of the world’s rarest birds. Tanjung Putting is also one place for all types of bird colonies "great alba" like egrets alba, arhinga melanogaster and Ardea purpurea.

The best way towards Tanjung Putting National Park is through the District of Kumai. If visitors choose the path of the sea, Kumai can be accessed using a ship PELNI (Krakatoa, Bukit Raya, and Lawit) which departed from Semarang, Surabaya and Banjarmasin, twice a week. However, if pursued through the air, visitors should stop first at Pangkalan Bun, the capital of West Kotawaringin. Because, just in Pangkalan Bun airport there is a link with cities like Ketapang, Palangkaraya, Sampit, Banjarmasin, and Semarang. From those cities, flights to Pangkalan Bun average once a day. Having arrived at Pangkalan Bun, a trip to Kumai can be reached by using public taxis or chartered taxi.

Once on Kumai (either air or sea using the point), there are several routes of travel to get to Tanjung Putting National Park. By using klotok or speed boat, visitors can enter the park area from several different entrance routes that have been selected based on, among other

Kumai-Cape of Good Hope (20 km), takes about 0.5 hours. Kumai-Tanggui Cottage (30 km) takes about 1 hour. -Camp Leakey Kumai (40 kilometers) took approximately 1.5 hours. Kumai-Natai Lengkuas (40 km) takes about 1.5 hours.

Around the area of Tanjung Putting National Park, especially in Sub Kumai and Pangkalan Bun there are means of accommodation and facilities such as: hotel / inn (the average charge Rp 10.000 – Rp 75.000/malam), restaurants, mosques, guest house, guesthouse researchers , the tower of view / observer, shelter (resting place), path, speed boat / klotok, and others.

For tourists who visit Tanjung Putting National Park with more than 1 day, there is a hotel / guesthouse in the village of Cape of Good Hope, on the banks of the River Sekonyer. Room rates vary, ranging from Rp 300,000-Rp 500.000/night. However, for tourists who do not want to stay at the hotel, there are other alternatives, namely staying in the guest house in Tanjung Putting National Park, which has a capacity of 10 persons and at the camping ground which provides 5 tents, or staying in a rented klotok.Tanjung Putting National Park is located in District Kotawaringin Kumai in the West and in the District of Hanau and Seruyan Hilir Regency, Central Kalimantan, Borneo Island, Indonesia.

Tanjung Putting National Park was originally the Tanjung Putting Wildlife Reserve was established by the Dutch East Indies colonial government on June 13, 1936 with a total area of 305,000 hectares. By the Government of the Netherlands East Indies, the region used as a refuge orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus) and the proboscis monkey (Nasalis larvatus).

Subsequently, on May 12, 1984 the Government of Indonesia, Tanjung Putting is set as a national park and an area to 300,040 hectares. In 1996, the total area of Tanjung Putting National Park has increased to 415,040 hectares consisting of Tanjung Putting Wildlife Reserve of 300,040 hectares, 90,000 hectares of production forests, and the area approximately 25,000 hectares of water area.

Tanjung Putting National Park is an important conservation area to protect endangered species such as orangutans, proboscis monkey, gibbon, gibbons, sailors, and others. The area is defined by UNESCO as the lungs of the world (biosphere reserve), this type of ecosystem, including lowland tropical rain forest, freshwater swamp forests, mangrove forests, and coastal forest. This area has a flat to slightly undulating topography with an altitude of 0 to 100 m ASL (above sea level). Casement including wet tropical climate with average rainfall is 2400 mm per year and has high humidity.

Tanjung Putting National Park is a forest area that has some type of ecosystem, such as lowland tropical forest ecosystems, forest ecosystems of dry land (heath forest), freshwater swamp forest ecosystem, the ecosystem of peat swamp forests, mangrove forests or mangrove ecosystems, coastal forest ecosystem, and secondary forest ecosystems. In the national park with various types of ecosystem, visitors can see the incredible natural wealth, be it wealth of flora and fauna.

The wealth of flora in the Tanjung Putting National Park covers the plants are like meranti (Shorea sp.), Ramin (Gonystylus bancanus), (Dyera costulata), aloes, wood street, keruing (Dipterocarpus sp), ironwood (Eusideroxylon zwagerí), tengkawang (dracomentelas sp.), palm (Nypa fruticans), and others. While for the lower layers of forest vegetation consists of the types of rattan and regeneration / tree saplings.

While the wealth of fauna including mammals, reptiles, and birds.
Mammals: Tanjung Putting National Park area is inhabited by approximately 38 species of mammals. Seven of them are well-known primates and protected, such as the orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus), proboscis monkey (Nasalis larvatus), gibbon, gibbon (Hylobates agilis), and sun bear (Helarctos malayanus). The types of large mammals like deer, sambar, barking deer (Muntiacus muntjak) (Tragulus javanicus) and pig (Sus barbatus), also can be found in this area. In fact, some species of water mammals such as dugongs (dugong-dugong) and dolphins are reported to have been seen in waters around the area of Tanjung Putting National Park.
Reptiles: Some species of reptiles can be found on the Tanjung Putting National Park area, including crocodiles sinyong chopsticks (tomistoma Schlegel), estuarine crocodiles (Crocodilus porosus) and bidawang (trionyx cartilagenous).
Bird: Carrying more than 200 species of birds that live in the area of Tanjung Putting National Park. One bird species exist in this region, namely Sindang yarn (Ciconia stormi) included 20 species of the world’s rarest birds. Tanjung Putting is also one place for all types of bird colonies "great alba" like egrets alba, arhinga melanogaster and Ardea purpurea.

The best way towards Tanjung Putting National Park is through the District of Kumai. If visitors choose the path of the sea, Kumai can be accessed using a ship PELNI (Krakatoa, Bukit Raya, and Lawit) which departed from Semarang, Surabaya and Banjarmasin, twice a week. However, if pursued through the air, visitors should stop first at Pangkalan Bun, the capital of West Kotawaringin. Because, just in Pangkalan Bun airport there is a link with cities like Ketapang, Palangkaraya, Sampit, Banjarmasin, and Semarang. From those cities, flights to Pangkalan Bun average once a day. Having arrived at Pangkalan Bun, a trip to Kumai can be reached by using public taxis or chartered taxi.

Once on Kumai (either air or sea using the point), there are several routes of travel to get to Tanjung Putting National Park. By using klotok or speed boat, visitors can enter the park area from several different entrance routes that have been selected based on, among other

Kumai-Cape of Good Hope (20 km), takes about 0.5 hours. Kumai-Tanggui Cottage (30 km) takes about 1 hour. -Camp Leakey Kumai (40 kilometers) took approximately 1.5 hours. Kumai-Natai Lengkuas (40 km) takes about 1.5 hours.

Around the area of Tanjung Putting National Park, especially in Sub Kumai and Pangkalan Bun there are means of accommodation and facilities such as: hotel / inn (the average charge Rp 10.000 – Rp 75.000/malam), restaurants, mosques, guest house, guesthouse researchers , the tower of view / observer, shelter (resting place), path, speed boat / klotok, and others.

For tourists who visit Tanjung Putting National Park with more than 1 day, there is a hotel / guesthouse in the village of Cape of Good Hope, on the banks of the River Sekonyer. Room rates vary, ranging from Rp 300,000-Rp 500.000/night. However, for tourists who do not want to stay at the hotel, there are other alternatives, namely staying in the guest house in Tanjung Putting National Park, which has a capacity of 10 persons and at the camping ground which provides 5 tents, or staying in a rented klotok.Tanjung Putting National Park is located in District Kotawaringin Kumai in the West and in the District of Hanau and Seruyan Hilir Regency, Central Kalimantan, Borneo Island, Indonesia.

Tanjung Putting National Park was originally the Tanjung Putting Wildlife Reserve was established by the Dutch East Indies colonial government on June 13, 1936 with a total area of 305,000 hectares. By the Government of the Netherlands East Indies, the region used as a refuge orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus) and the proboscis monkey (Nasalis larvatus).

Subsequently, on May 12, 1984 the Government of Indonesia, Tanjung Putting is set as a national park and an area to 300,040 hectares. In 1996, the total area of Tanjung Putting National Park has increased to 415,040 hectares consisting of Tanjung Putting Wildlife Reserve of 300,040 hectares, 90,000 hectares of production forests, and the area approximately 25,000 hectares of water area.

Tanjung Putting National Park is an important conservation area to protect endangered species such as orangutans, proboscis monkey, gibbon, gibbons, sailors, and others. The area is defined by UNESCO as the lungs of the world (biosphere reserve), this type of ecosystem, including lowland tropical rain forest, freshwater swamp forests, mangrove forests, and coastal forest. This area has a flat to slightly undulating topography with an altitude of 0 to 100 m ASL (above sea level). Casement including wet tropical climate with average rainfall is 2400 mm per year and has high humidity.

Tanjung Putting National Park is a forest area that has some type of ecosystem, such as lowland tropical forest ecosystems, forest ecosystems of dry land (heath forest), freshwater swamp forest ecosystem, the ecosystem of peat swamp forests, mangrove forests or mangrove ecosystems, coastal forest ecosystem, and secondary forest ecosystems. In the national park with various types of ecosystem, visitors can see the incredible natural wealth, be it wealth of flora and fauna.

The wealth of flora in the Tanjung Putting National Park covers the plants are like meranti (Shorea sp.), Ramin (Gonystylus bancanus), (Dyera costulata), aloes, wood street, keruing (Dipterocarpus sp), ironwood (Eusideroxylon zwagerí), tengkawang (dracomentelas sp.), palm (Nypa fruticans), and others. While for the lower layers of forest vegetation consists of the types of rattan and regeneration / tree saplings.

While the wealth of fauna including mammals, reptiles, and birds.
Mammals: Tanjung Putting National Park area is inhabited by approximately 38 species of mammals. Seven of them are well-known primates and protected, such as the orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus), proboscis monkey (Nasalis larvatus), gibbon, gibbon (Hylobates agilis), and sun bear (Helarctos malayanus). The types of large mammals like deer, sambar, barking deer (Muntiacus muntjak) (Tragulus javanicus) and pig (Sus barbatus), also can be found in this area. In fact, some species of water mammals such as dugongs (dugong-dugong) and dolphins are reported to have been seen in waters around the area of Tanjung Putting National Park.
Reptiles: Some species of reptiles can be found on the Tanjung Putting National Park area, including crocodiles sinyong chopsticks (tomistoma Schlegel), estuarine crocodiles (Crocodilus porosus) and bidawang (trionyx cartilagenous).
Bird: Carrying more than 200 species of birds that live in the area of Tanjung Putting National Park. One bird species exist in this region, namely Sindang yarn (Ciconia stormi) included 20 species of the world’s rarest birds. Tanjung Putting is also one place for all types of bird colonies "great alba" like egrets alba, arhinga melanogaster and Ardea purpurea.

The best way towards Tanjung Putting National Park is through the District of Kumai. If visitors choose the path of the sea, Kumai can be accessed using a ship PELNI (Krakatoa, Bukit Raya, and Lawit) which departed from Semarang, Surabaya and Banjarmasin, twice a week. However, if pursued through the air, visitors should stop first at Pangkalan Bun, the capital of West Kotawaringin. Because, just in Pangkalan Bun airport there is a link with cities like Ketapang, Palangkaraya, Sampit, Banjarmasin, and Semarang. From those cities, flights to Pangkalan Bun average once a day. Having arrived at Pangkalan Bun, a trip to Kumai can be reached by using public taxis or chartered taxi.

Once on Kumai (either air or sea using the point), there are several routes of travel to get to Tanjung Putting National Park. By using klotok or speed boat, visitors can enter the park area from several different entrance routes that have been selected based on, among other

Kumai-Cape of Good Hope (20 km), takes about 0.5 hours. Kumai-Tanggui Cottage (30 km) takes about 1 hour. -Camp Leakey Kumai (40 kilometers) took approximately 1.5 hours. Kumai-Natai Lengkuas (40 km) takes about 1.5 hours.

Around the area of Tanjung Putting National Park, especially in Sub Kumai and Pangkalan Bun there are means of accommodation and facilities such as: hotel / inn (the average charge Rp 10.000 – Rp 75.000/malam), restaurants, mosques, guest house, guesthouse researchers , the tower of view / observer, shelter (resting place), path, speed boat / klotok, and others.

For tourists who visit Tanjung Putting National Park with more than 1 day, there is a hotel / guesthouse in the village of Cape of Good Hope, on the banks of the River Sekonyer. Room rates vary, ranging from Rp 300,000-Rp 500.000/night. However, for tourists who do not want to stay at the hotel, there are other alternatives, namely staying in the guest house in Tanjung Putting National Park, which has a capacity of 10 persons and at the camping ground which provides 5 tents, or staying in a rented klotok.Tanjung Putting National Park is located in District Kotawaringin Kumai in the West and in the District of Hanau and Seruyan Hilir Regency, Central Kalimantan, Borneo Island, Indonesia.

Tanjung Putting National Park was originally the Tanjung Putting Wildlife Reserve was established by the Dutch East Indies colonial government on June 13, 1936 with a total area of 305,000 hectares. By the Government of the Netherlands East Indies, the region used as a refuge orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus) and the proboscis monkey (Nasalis larvatus).

Subsequently, on May 12, 1984 the Government of Indonesia, Tanjung Putting is set as a national park and an area to 300,040 hectares. In 1996, the total area of Tanjung Putting National Park has increased to 415,040 hectares consisting of Tanjung Putting Wildlife Reserve of 300,040 hectares, 90,000 hectares of production forests, and the area approximately 25,000 hectares of water area.

Tanjung Putting National Park is an important conservation area to protect endangered species such as orangutans, proboscis monkey, gibbon, gibbons, sailors, and others. The area is defined by UNESCO as the lungs of the world (biosphere reserve), this type of ecosystem, including lowland tropical rain forest, freshwater swamp forests, mangrove forests, and coastal forest. This area has a flat to slightly undulating topography with an altitude of 0 to 100 m ASL (above sea level). Casement including wet tropical climate with average rainfall is 2400 mm per year and has high humidity.

Tanjung Putting National Park is a forest area that has some type of ecosystem, such as lowland tropical forest ecosystems, forest ecosystems of dry land (heath forest), freshwater swamp forest ecosystem, the ecosystem of peat swamp forests, mangrove forests or mangrove ecosystems, coastal forest ecosystem, and secondary forest ecosystems. In the national park with various types of ecosystem, visitors can see the incredible natural wealth, be it wealth of flora and fauna.

The wealth of flora in the Tanjung Putting National Park covers the plants are like meranti (Shorea sp.), Ramin (Gonystylus bancanus), (Dyera costulata), aloes, wood street, keruing (Dipterocarpus sp), ironwood (Eusideroxylon zwagerí), tengkawang (dracomentelas sp.), palm (Nypa fruticans), and others. While for the lower layers of forest vegetation consists of the types of rattan and regeneration / tree saplings.

While the wealth of fauna including mammals, reptiles, and birds.
Mammals: Tanjung Putting National Park area is inhabited by approximately 38 species of mammals. Seven of them are well-known primates and protected, such as the orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus), proboscis monkey (Nasalis larvatus), gibbon, gibbon (Hylobates agilis), and sun bear (Helarctos malayanus). The types of large mammals like deer, sambar, barking deer (Muntiacus muntjak) (Tragulus javanicus) and pig (Sus barbatus), also can be found in this area. In fact, some species of water mammals such as dugongs (dugong-dugong) and dolphins are reported to have been seen in waters around the area of Tanjung Putting National Park.
Reptiles: Some species of reptiles can be found on the Tanjung Putting National Park area, including crocodiles sinyong chopsticks (tomistoma Schlegel), estuarine crocodiles (Crocodilus porosus) and bidawang (trionyx cartilagenous).
Bird: Carrying more than 200 species of birds that live in the area of Tanjung Putting National Park. One bird species exist in this region, namely Sindang yarn (Ciconia stormi) included 20 species of the world’s rarest birds. Tanjung Putting is also one place for all types of bird colonies "great alba" like egrets alba, arhinga melanogaster and Ardea purpurea.

The best way towards Tanjung Putting National Park is through the District of Kumai. If visitors choose the path of the sea, Kumai can be accessed using a ship PELNI (Krakatoa, Bukit Raya, and Lawit) which departed from Semarang, Surabaya and Banjarmasin, twice a week. However, if pursued through the air, visitors should stop first at Pangkalan Bun, the capital of West Kotawaringin. Because, just in Pangkalan Bun airport there is a link with cities like Ketapang, Palangkaraya, Sampit, Banjarmasin, and Semarang. From those cities, flights to Pangkalan Bun average once a day. Having arrived at Pangkalan Bun, a trip to Kumai can be reached by using public taxis or chartered taxi.

Once on Kumai (either air or sea using the point), there are several routes of travel to get to Tanjung Putting National Park. By using klotok or speed boat, visitors can enter the park area from several different entrance routes that have been selected based on, among other

Kumai-Cape of Good Hope (20 km), takes about 0.5 hours. Kumai-Tanggui Cottage (30 km) takes about 1 hour. -Camp Leakey Kumai (40 kilometers) took approximately 1.5 hours. Kumai-Natai Lengkuas (40 km) takes about 1.5 hours.

Around the area of Tanjung Putting National Park, especially in Sub Kumai and Pangkalan Bun there are means of accommodation and facilities such as: hotel / inn (the average charge Rp 10.000 – Rp 75.000/malam), restaurants, mosques, guest house, guesthouse researchers , the tower of view / observer, shelter (resting place), path, speed boat / klotok, and others.

For tourists who visit Tanjung Putting National Park with more than 1 day, there is a hotel / guesthouse in the village of Cape of Good Hope, on the banks of the River Sekonyer. Room rates vary, ranging from Rp 300,000-Rp 500.000/night. However, for tourists who do not want to stay at the hotel, there are other alternatives, namely staying in the guest house in Tanjung Putting National Park, which has a capacity of 10 persons and at the camping ground which provides 5 tents, or staying in a rented klotok.Tanjung Putting National Park is located in District Kotawaringin Kumai in the West and in the District of Hanau and Seruyan Hilir Regency, Central Kalimantan, Borneo Island, Indonesia.

Tanjung Putting National Park was originally the Tanjung Putting Wildlife Reserve was established by the Dutch East Indies colonial government on June 13, 1936 with a total area of 305,000 hectares. By the Government of the Netherlands East Indies, the region used as a refuge orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus) and the proboscis monkey (Nasalis larvatus).

Subsequently, on May 12, 1984 the Government of Indonesia, Tanjung Putting is set as a national park and an area to 300,040 hectares. In 1996, the total area of Tanjung Putting National Park has increased to 415,040 hectares consisting of Tanjung Putting Wildlife Reserve of 300,040 hectares, 90,000 hectares of production forests, and the area approximately 25,000 hectares of water area.

Tanjung Putting National Park is an important conservation area to protect endangered species such as orangutans, proboscis monkey, gibbon, gibbons, sailors, and others. The area is defined by UNESCO as the lungs of the world (biosphere reserve), this type of ecosystem, including lowland tropical rain forest, freshwater swamp forests, mangrove forests, and coastal forest. This area has a flat to slightly undulating topography with an altitude of 0 to 100 m ASL (above sea level). Casement including wet tropical climate with average rainfall is 2400 mm per year and has high humidity.

Tanjung Putting National Park is a forest area that has some type of ecosystem, such as lowland tropical forest ecosystems, forest ecosystems of dry land (heath forest), freshwater swamp forest ecosystem, the ecosystem of peat swamp forests, mangrove forests or mangrove ecosystems, coastal forest ecosystem, and secondary forest ecosystems. In the national park with various types of ecosystem, visitors can see the incredible natural wealth, be it wealth of flora and fauna.

The wealth of flora in the Tanjung Putting National Park covers the plants are like meranti (Shorea sp.), Ramin (Gonystylus bancanus), (Dyera costulata), aloes, wood street, keruing (Dipterocarpus sp), ironwood (Eusideroxylon zwagerí), tengkawang (dracomentelas sp.), palm (Nypa fruticans), and others. While for the lower layers of forest vegetation consists of the types of rattan and regeneration / tree saplings.

While the wealth of fauna including mammals, reptiles, and birds.
Mammals: Tanjung Putting National Park area is inhabited by approximately 38 species of mammals. Seven of them are well-known primates and protected, such as the orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus), proboscis monkey (Nasalis larvatus), gibbon, gibbon (Hylobates agilis), and sun bear (Helarctos malayanus). The types of large mammals like deer, sambar, barking deer (Muntiacus muntjak) (Tragulus javanicus) and pig (Sus barbatus), also can be found in this area. In fact, some species of water mammals such as dugongs (dugong-dugong) and dolphins are reported to have been seen in waters around the area of Tanjung Putting National Park.
Reptiles: Some species of reptiles can be found on the Tanjung Putting National Park area, including crocodiles sinyong chopsticks (tomistoma Schlegel), estuarine crocodiles (Crocodilus porosus) and bidawang (trionyx cartilagenous).
Bird: Carrying more than 200 species of birds that live in the area of Tanjung Putting National Park. One bird species exist in this region, namely Sindang yarn (Ciconia stormi) included 20 species of the world’s rarest birds. Tanjung Putting is also one place for all types of bird colonies "great alba" like egrets alba, arhinga melanogaster and Ardea purpurea.

The best way towards Tanjung Putting National Park is through the District of Kumai. If visitors choose the path of the sea, Kumai can be accessed using a ship PELNI (Krakatoa, Bukit Raya, and Lawit) which departed from Semarang, Surabaya and Banjarmasin, twice a week. However, if pursued through the air, visitors should stop first at Pangkalan Bun, the capital of West Kotawaringin. Because, just in Pangkalan Bun airport there is a link with cities like Ketapang, Palangkaraya, Sampit, Banjarmasin, and Semarang. From those cities, flights to Pangkalan Bun average once a day. Having arrived at Pangkalan Bun, a trip to Kumai can be reached by using public taxis or chartered taxi.

Once on Kumai (either air or sea using the point), there are several routes of travel to get to Tanjung Putting National Park. By using klotok or speed boat, visitors can enter the park area from several different entrance routes that have been selected based on, among other

Kumai-Cape of Good Hope (20 km), takes about 0.5 hours. Kumai-Tanggui Cottage (30 km) takes about 1 hour. -Camp Leakey Kumai (40 kilometers) took approximately 1.5 hours. Kumai-Natai Lengkuas (40 km) takes about 1.5 hours.

Around the area of Tanjung Putting National Park, especially in Sub Kumai and Pangkalan Bun there are means of accommodation and facilities such as: hotel / inn (the average charge Rp 10.000 – Rp 75.000/malam), restaurants, mosques, guest house, guesthouse researchers , the tower of view / observer, shelter (resting place), path, speed boat / klotok, and others.

For tourists who visit Tanjung Putting National Park with more than 1 day, there is a hotel / guesthouse in the village of Cape of Good Hope, on the banks of the River Sekonyer. Room rates vary, ranging from Rp 300,000-Rp 500.000/night. However, for tourists who do not want to stay at the hotel, there are other alternatives, namely staying in the guest house in Tanjung Putting National Park, which has a capacity of 10 persons and at the camping ground which provides 5 tents, or staying in a rented klotok.Tanjung Putting National Park is located in District Kotawaringin Kumai in the West and in the District of Hanau and Seruyan Hilir Regency, Central Kalimantan, Borneo Island, Indonesia.

Tanjung Putting National Park was originally the Tanjung Putting Wildlife Reserve was established by the Dutch East Indies colonial government on June 13, 1936 with a total area of 305,000 hectares. By the Government of the Netherlands East Indies, the region used as a refuge orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus) and the proboscis monkey (Nasalis larvatus).

Subsequently, on May 12, 1984 the Government of Indonesia, Tanjung Putting is set as a national park and an area to 300,040 hectares. In 1996, the total area of Tanjung Putting National Park has increased to 415,040 hectares consisting of Tanjung Putting Wildlife Reserve of 300,040 hectares, 90,000 hectares of production forests, and the area approximately 25,000 hectares of water area.

Tanjung Putting National Park is an important conservation area to protect endangered species such as orangutans, proboscis monkey, gibbon, gibbons, sailors, and others. The area is defined by UNESCO as the lungs of the world (biosphere reserve), this type of ecosystem, including lowland tropical rain forest, freshwater swamp forests, mangrove forests, and coastal forest. This area has a flat to slightly undulating topography with an altitude of 0 to 100 m ASL (above sea level). Casement including wet tropical climate with average rainfall is 2400 mm per year and has high humidity.

Tanjung Putting National Park is a forest area that has some type of ecosystem, such as lowland tropical forest ecosystems, forest ecosystems of dry land (heath forest), freshwater swamp forest ecosystem, the ecosystem of peat swamp forests, mangrove forests or mangrove ecosystems, coastal forest ecosystem, and secondary forest ecosystems. In the national park with various types of ecosystem, visitors can see the incredible natural wealth, be it wealth of flora and fauna.

The wealth of flora in the Tanjung Putting National Park covers the plants are like meranti (Shorea sp.), Ramin (Gonystylus bancanus), (Dyera costulata), aloes, wood street, keruing (Dipterocarpus sp), ironwood (Eusideroxylon zwagerí), tengkawang (dracomentelas sp.), palm (Nypa fruticans), and others. While for the lower layers of forest vegetation consists of the types of rattan and regeneration / tree saplings.

While the wealth of fauna including mammals, reptiles, and birds.
Mammals: Tanjung Putting National Park area is inhabited by approximately 38 species of mammals. Seven of them are well-known primates and protected, such as the orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus), proboscis monkey (Nasalis larvatus), gibbon, gibbon (Hylobates agilis), and sun bear (Helarctos malayanus). The types of large mammals like deer, sambar, barking deer (Muntiacus muntjak) (Tragulus javanicus) and pig (Sus barbatus), also can be found in this area. In fact, some species of water mammals such as dugongs (dugong-dugong) and dolphins are reported to have been seen in waters around the area of Tanjung Putting National Park.
Reptiles: Some species of reptiles can be found on the Tanjung Putting National Park area, including crocodiles sinyong chopsticks (tomistoma Schlegel), estuarine crocodiles (Crocodilus porosus) and bidawang (trionyx cartilagenous).
Bird: Carrying more than 200 species of birds that live in the area of Tanjung Putting National Park. One bird species exist in this region, namely Sindang yarn (Ciconia stormi) included 20 species of the world’s rarest birds. Tanjung Putting is also one place for all types of bird colonies "great alba" like egrets alba, arhinga melanogaster and Ardea purpurea.

The best way towards Tanjung Putting National Park is through the District of Kumai. If visitors choose the path of the sea, Kumai can be accessed using a ship PELNI (Krakatoa, Bukit Raya, and Lawit) which departed from Semarang, Surabaya and Banjarmasin, twice a week. However, if pursued through the air, visitors should stop first at Pangkalan Bun, the capital of West Kotawaringin. Because, just in Pangkalan Bun airport there is a link with cities like Ketapang, Palangkaraya, Sampit, Banjarmasin, and Semarang. From those cities, flights to Pangkalan Bun average once a day. Having arrived at Pangkalan Bun, a trip to Kumai can be reached by using public taxis or chartered taxi.

Once on Kumai (either air or sea using the point), there are several routes of travel to get to Tanjung Putting National Park. By using klotok or speed boat, visitors can enter the park area from several different entrance routes that have been selected based on, among other

Kumai-Cape of Good Hope (20 km), takes about 0.5 hours. Kumai-Tanggui Cottage (30 km) takes about 1 hour. -Camp Leakey Kumai (40 kilometers) took approximately 1.5 hours. Kumai-Natai Lengkuas (40 km) takes about 1.5 hours.

Around the area of Tanjung Putting National Park, especially in Sub Kumai and Pangkalan Bun there are means of accommodation and facilities such as: hotel / inn (the average charge Rp 10.000 – Rp 75.000/malam), restaurants, mosques, guest house, guesthouse researchers , the tower of view / observer, shelter (resting place), path, speed boat / klotok, and others.

For tourists who visit Tanjung Putting National Park with more than 1 day, there is a hotel / guesthouse in the village of Cape of Good Hope, on the banks of the River Sekonyer. Room rates vary, ranging from Rp 300,000-Rp 500.000/night. However, for tourists who do not want to stay at the hotel, there are other alternatives, namely staying in the guest house in Tanjung Putting National Park, which has a capacity of 10 persons and at the camping ground which provides 5 tents, or staying in a rented klotok.

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