Pontianak Sultanate Palace of Kadriah

Kadriah palace is a forerunner of the birth of Pontianak. Existence can not be separated from the palace Kadriah figure Alkadri Sayyid Abdurrahman Sharif (1738-1808 AD), who in his youth had visited various parts of the archipelago and make trade contacts with merchants of various countries. When his father Habib Husein Alkadri, who had been a religious judge kingdom kingdom Matan and leading scholars Mempawah, died in 1770 AD, Abdurrahman Sharif with his family decided to look for a new residential area. Batu Layang is one area that they are flown. Here, the group met with the pirates, and managed to beat them. Then, the group went on a cruise Abdurrahman Sharif seeking a better area. On October 23, 1771 AD (24 Rajab 1181 AH), they arrived in the area near the confluence of three rivers, namely Porcupine River, Small Kapuas River, and the Kapuas River. Then, they decided to settle in the area. Historically, Kadriah palace was built in 1771 AD and was only completed in 1778 AD Not much later, Sayyid Abdurrahman Sharif Alkadri was crowned as the first sultan of the Sultanate of Pontianak. In its development, the palace is constantly undergoing a process of renovation and reconstruction up into the shape it is now. Sharif Muhammad Sultan Alkadri, sultan of the Sultanate of Pontianak to-6, listed as a renovated palace sultan Kadriah massively.
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Pasir Panjang beach

Singkawang known as the City of Amoy and its China Town of Indonesia, because the majority of the population (about 70%) are ethnic Chinese. Visiting the city directly adjacent to the State of Sarawak, Malaysia, is certainly not complete if not visited Pasir Panjang. Beach's iconic tourism Singkawang and one of the prime tourist attractions of West Kalimantan province has developed into an integrated package called Pasir Panjang Park Indah (TPPI). Named to the Pasir Panjang beach for long stretches of beaches surround the high seas. feature Singkawang Pasir Panjang beach From the beach, visitors can enjoy a panoramic view of the blue ocean horizon background is also blue. Faintly in the distance green refracted Lemukutan Island, Island Kabung, and a fenced Randayan Island Natuna Sea waters. Broad sand beaches and clean makes it convenient to use the area for sunbathing or doing sports activities, such as beach volleyball and beach soccer. Sea water is crystal clear and clean very supportive of the activities of visitors who want to swim or dive. In addition, relatively large waves and is home to many fish, so aptly used as an arena for surfing and fishing area.
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Natural Park Baning

Nature Park Baning somewhat special because it is the only natural tropical forests in Indonesia are located in the middle of town. This area is covered by thousands of large trees and a rich variety of flora and fauna scarcity. Thus, in addition to being an attractive tourist places, this area can also be a place of research on the biological wealth for scientists, students, students, and even the general public The air is cool and fresh, lush trees and green, as well as a wide ditingkahi by the chirp of birds, making the park Nature Baning aptly chosen as a fun outdoor recreation with family or colleagues In this area, there are a variety of rare flora, such as ramin (gonystilur bancanus sp), jelutung (diera lawii), resam (glyhenis linearis), Rengas (Gluta renghas sp), Medang (firm Litsea sp), mentibu (dacty locladusstenos), perepat (cambreto Carpus rotundatus), bintangor (callophyllum inophylum), Pulai (Alstonia schoolaris), kempilik (quercus sp), tamang birds (eugenia sp), semar bags, and black orchid. Various rare fauna, such as the kingfisher (Halycon smyrnemsis), monitor lizards (Varanus salvator), pigeon (tretron vernaris), parrots (gracula religiosa), cucakrawa (pycnonatus zeylandicus), ferret water (cynogale bennetti), ground squirrels (larisous insignis), flying squirrels (peraurista elegans), sailors, and various species of birds, further strengthens how special this area.
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