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Discover Kapuas

A Travel Guide to Kapuas district
Provide a wide range of information regarding Kapuas district, Central Kalimantan province, Indonesia

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Contents
Preface ........................................................................................................ 4 FACTS FOR THE VISITORS ................................................................... 5 Customs and traditions ..................................................................... 5 Exploring nature .................................................................................. 6 The trail of history ............................................................................... 7 Banks..................................................................................................... 9 Bank Pembangunan Kalteng ................................................................ 9 Bank Mega......................................................................................... 10 Bank Syariah Mandiri ........................................................................ 10 Bank Republik Indonesia (BRI) .......................................................... 11 Bank Negara Indonesia (BNI) ............................................................ 11 Bank Mandiri ..................................................................................... 12 The Mass Media ................................................................................ 12 Police assistance .............................................................................. 13 Braving the weather ......................................................................... 13 Laundry ............................................................................................... 13 Sport and games ............................................................................... 13 GOR Futsal 88 Kapuas ...................................................................... 14 Beringin Tennis Court ........................................................................ 14 Attire .................................................................................................... 14 Health Services.................................................................................. 15 Language ............................................................................................ 15 Shopping............................................................................................. 16 Pasar Sari Mulia................................................................................ 16 Pasar Danau Mare ............................................................................ 16

2 Souvenirs ............................................................................................ 19 Electricity ............................................................................................ 20 Public transportation........................................................................ 20 Telecommunication .......................................................................... 20 Time zones ......................................................................................... 20 The Postal Service ............................................................................ 21 Office hours ........................................................................................ 21 People and culture ............................................................................ 22 Art in Kapuas ..................................................................................... 23 Statues ................................................................................................ 24 GUIDE...................................................................................................... 25 Accomodation ................................................................................... 25 Guest House Kota Air ........................................................................ 25 Losmen Abdi ...................................................................................... 25 Hotel Anggrek DaQu ......................................................................... 26 Hotel Anisa ........................................................................................ 27 Hotel Bayu ......................................................................................... 28 Hotel Danau Mare ............................................................................. 28 Hotel King ......................................................................................... 30 Hotel Almadani .................................................................................. 31 Hotel Raudah ..................................................................................... 32 Hotel Roos ......................................................................................... 33 Hotel Seroja Indah ............................................................................. 34 Losmen Sinar Harapan ...................................................................... 35 Hotel Melati Sinar Kasih.................................................................... 35 Hotel Walet Mas ................................................................................ 36

3 Losmen Hosana ................................................................................. 37 Hotel Sari Mulya................................................................................ 38 Hotel Keruing .................................................................................... 39 Losmen Sangkai Jaya ......................................................................... 40 Losmen Kembar ................................................................................. 41 Losmen Cahaya ................................................................................. 42 Travel ................................................................................................... 43 Pasapati Travel.................................................................................. 43 Lintas Raya Travel ............................................................................. 43 Patas Tour ......................................................................................... 44 Nusa Tiga Travel & Rent Car............................................................. 44 Wira Bhakti Mandiri .......................................................................... 45 Sumerta Sari ...................................................................................... 46

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Preface
Kapuas is one of district in Central Kalimantan. As one of the oldest districts, it has a long experience regarding culture and history. The making of this books is inspired by book with title “Discovery Indonesia” that provide a wide range of information regarding Indonesia. This book also try to give a deep view into Kapuas district regarding a wide range of facts such as customs and traditions, exploring nature and the trail of history. Beside all of that, this book is trying to introduce Kapuas district to the world. The image of Kalimantan (Borneo) is still horrific. This book tries to give another view of Kalimantan. A lot of information in this book was taken from Informasi Kapuas (www.kapuas.info) that provide a wide range information regarding Kapuas district in Central Kalimantan province, Indonesia. I hope you can enjoy this book.

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FACTS FOR THE VISITORS
Customs and traditions
Dayak Ngaju people have tradition in welcoming visitors such as Netek Pantan (Dayak Ngaju Language) or Potong Pantan (Indonesian Language) or Cutting Pantan (English Language). Pantan is a wood that put accros the street that we want to enter. The event starting with mamapas, a ritual to eliminate or avoid the visitor from bad influences (especially from the spirit). After that the visitor will be asked to step on the egg until the egg is broken. The visitor will be given mandau (sword) to cut the wood. During cutting the wood, the host will ask several question regarding name and intention on visiting the place. After pantan truncated, the visitor are allowed to enter the place.

Tiwah is another procession that usually attrack visitors. This ritual is done
to free the family of dying people from several prohibition caused by his or her dead. Widow or widower can not marriage before perform tiwah. This festival usually perform around two years after the person died, frequently after several months of his or her dead, or may be after eight to ten years. You should have big room for the party that will be done, buffalo for sacrifices which can be taken away. Also waing until everything ready for tiwah, like corpses is completely rotten, and all that remains is bone. Three days before tiwah started, you bring a coffin (which is already decorated) which contains the remains of bones into the Hall. All the treasures you have, especially Djawet, sacred pots, placed around the coffin. The coffin guarded day and night, accompanied by music. The first day of a six-day Tiwah party filled with burry Nakupat (cooked rice wrapped in coconut leaves). Nakupat were made for those who burried next day. After they finished, the buffalo are slaughtered, wine is consumed until they are drunk. Toward the evening they do magah Liau, the sould of the dead were taken to Leu Liau, ghost country. This was done through the night, and it is done by Basir (ritual specialist or shaman) who brings Tempon telon and Sangiang from the sky, so that they can bring the souls to the spirit land. The next day or two the next day you bury bones in Sandong, large families carrying coffins. The bones were taken to the cemetery accompanied by music. When the bones are put into Sandong, Bliang (witch) still dancing around Sandong, and called upon the souls who are burried there, to add new souls. This ritual accompanied by the joyous music, dance and encouraged along with drinks. The next day, they killed two buffaloes and some pigs. On the

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evening of the day and the next night by ahead under Basir with the help of some Balian, the bones, the sould of the bones, hair, etc, and all at the feast Gana slaughter buffalo and pigs, all showing their treasures, etc. which in turn Ghost land to realities, and the riches of the sould are there. Then follow the Andau laboh gather the main day of the festival, where hundreds, often up to 1000 men invited themselves to feasting. A lot of buffalos and pigs are slaughtered, the whole day drinking tuak, and it is driven musicirt greyish fornication with Balian. Then the last day comes Musah takolok, called eating the head, on this day the heads are planted on large wooden carved images, and in the evening with a dance around a large pile rice decided to the party. In the life of Dayak community in carrying particular ceremony, religious ceremony, and Thanksgiving is always tinged with a variety of art activities such as Manasai dance, Karungut, Karunya, Tandak Mandau and Deder. In ancient time karungut is used not as entertainment but as a cult and a means of communications with their ancestor (the spirit – the spirit of ancestors).

Exploring nature
Based on information from Office of Youth, Sport, Culture and Tourism Kapuas, the available site is Cemara Labat beach, at Cemara Labat village in Kapuas Kuala subdistrict. In this place the visitor can enjoy and see:         The vast expanse of rice fields along the edge of the highway. Galam broad forest groups at the edges of rice paddies and fields of society. Mangrove forest vegetation in the back of the village following Cemara Labat Pine forests and grasslands like purun and nipa. The number of streams, and canal (anjir) colored people’s daily activities is the basic capital fringe river tourism development. Cemara Labat beach and the daily activities of fishermen in the Java Sea. The existence of a vast pool of water as the pond area that could be developed into a fishing tourism arena. The existence of macaques and stork habitat in large enough quantities. The development community in the fields behind the coastal embankment Pantai Cemara Labat.

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The trail of history

Figure 1 Gereja Immanuel

There are two building that officially assign as cultural objects and historic site in Kapuas district. One of them is Immanuel Church in Saka Mangkahai village, West Kapuas subdistrict. The church was built in 1876 with fund from Zending Barmen. Church buildings are made of ironwood, wood floors and wood walls, ironwood shingle roofs, dan there are 3 pieces of mosaic glass and unique rare there are only 2 (two) in the world.

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Figure 2 Huma Hai Loendjoe

Huma Hai Loendjoe in Mandomai village, West Kapuas is another one. This house in built in 1907. The size of each room in this house quite large. The house was built without nails, they used wooden pegs. They did not use the door hinge, they use the crutch of ironwood. Another site that has Huma Betang (Long House) is Tumbang Bukoi village in Sei Hanyo subdistrict. Model of Huma Betang also available in Kuala Kapuas city.

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Banks
There are several banks that available in Kuala Kapuas, such as:

Figure 3 Bank Pembangunan Kalteng

Bank Pembangunan Kalteng Located at Jl. Tambun Bungai No. 8, Kuala Kapuas. Phone: (0513) 21138. Fax: (0513) 21667.

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Figure 4 Bank Mega

Bank Mega Located at Jl. Ahmad Yani No. 104, Kuala Kapuas. Phone: (0513) 23551, Fax (0513) 23580.

Figure 5 Bank Syariah Mandiri

Bank Syariah Mandiri Located at Jl. Ahmad Yani No. 52, Kuala Kapuas. Phone: (0513) 21888, 24777.

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Figure 6 Bank Republik Indonesia (BRI)

Bank Republik Indonesia (BRI) Located at Jl. Ahmad Yani No. 41, Kuala Kapuas. Phone: (0513) 21031/2, 21532, Fax : (0513) 21903, Tlx. 39366.

Figure 7 Bank Negara Indonesia (BNI)

Bank Negara Indonesia (BNI) Located at Jl. Ahmad Yani No. 1, Kuala Kapuas. Phone: (0513) 21026, 21082, 22352. Fax (0513) 21659.

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Figure 8 Bank Mandiri

Bank Mandiri Located at Jl. Jendral Sudirman No. 32. Phone: (0513) 21132, 21695. Fax: (0513) 21028.

The Mass Media
Local television, Kapuas TV, broadcasts every day. In Kuala Kapuas we can access several national TV channel such as TVRI, RCTI, Trans TV, Global TV, Indosiar, Metro TV, TV One, etc. There are several local newspapers in Kuala Kapuas such as:     Banjarmasin Post (http://banjarmasin.tribunnews.com/) Tabengan (http://media.hariantabengan.com/index/) Kalteng Post (http://www.kaltengpos.web.id/) Palangka Post (http://www.palangkapost-online.blogspot.com/)

Online news:   Tribun Kalteng (http://kalteng.tribunnews.com/kaltengkita/kuala-kapuas) Kapuas Media Networks (http://www.kapuas.net/category/kapuas/)

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Police assistance
Every subdistrict in Kapuas district has police representative (police sector). Police Kapuas can be contacted at +62(513)

Braving the weather
Temperature in Kuala Kapuas range from 23oC to 33oC. Dry season last from around May to October, and the rainy season from November to April. But from the last several years the season is unpredictable.

Laundry
Laundry shops are available in several place (Pemuda Stree, Ahmad Yani Street, Tambun Bungai Street Gang IV). Hotels in Kuala Kapuas do not provide laundry.

Sport and games
In Kuala Kapuas, there are several sport place such as:

Figure 9 Stadion Panunjung Tarung

Stadion Panunjung Tarung Located at Jl. Maluku, Kuala Kapuas. In this complex there are places for tennis, badminton, soccer, volley ball, basket ball and shooting

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Figure 10 GOR Futsal 88

GOR Futsal 88 Kapuas Located at Jl. Patih Rumbih, Kuala Kapuas. Beringin Tennis Court Located at Jl. Tambun Bungai, Kuala Kapuas.

Attire
On Monday, civil servants wear Linmas uniform. On Tuesday until Thursday, they wear daily service clothing (Pakaian Dinas Harian – PDH). On Friday, they wear Batik Benang Bintik shirt, special batik from Central Kalimantan.

Figure 11 Civil Servants with Korpri shirt

On Korpri day and important nasional days, members of the Indonesian civil servants wear Korpri shirt. Muslim women usually wear hijab.

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Health Services
Doctors are available in almost every subdistrict. In Kuala Kapuas, they usually have private practices such as:           Dr. Hj. Ani Handaningroem – Jl. Ahmad Yani Dr. H. M. Rosihan Anwar – Jl. Seroja Dr. H. Bawa Budi Raharja – Jl. Ahmad Yani Dr. Agus Waluyo – Jl. Ahmad Yani Dr. Taurina Marginata – Jl. Ahmad Yani Dr. Ronald Leonardo – Jl. Tambun Bungai Dr. Tonun Irawaty – Jl. Kartini Dr. Diana Yuniarti – Jl. KS Tubun Dr. Fitri Ningrum Intani – Jl. Seth Adji Dr. Erni Indrawaty – Jl. Cilik Riwut, Manunggal I complex

Dentist also available in several subdistrict. Their private practices in Kuala Kapuas are as follow:    Drg. Dwiana Yuniarti – Pemuda Permai Residential Drg. Krisma Novelianti – Melati street Drg. Nurcahaya – Kalimantan street

Community Health Center of Puskesmas available in every subdistrict. Every Puskesmas has one Puskesmas Pembantu or Poskesdes in almost every village in Kapuas district. Beside health workers, community still ask help from traditional healer for treatment and delivery.

Language
The Indonesian language is the official language in Kapuas district. There are local languages that usually used in daily life, Banjar and Dayak languages. Banjar languages usually used for transaction in market. Dayak language usually used in daily conversation among Dayak people and usually used in giving health promotion to Dayak people.

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Shopping

Figure 12 Pasar Sari Mulia

Pasar Sari Mulia Located on Jl. Ahmad Yani and Jl. Mawar.

Figure 13 Pasar Danau Mare

Pasar Danau Mare Located on Jl. Sudirman, Kuala Kapuas

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Figure 14 Pasar Danau Mare View from Kapuas Murung River

Daily markets in Kuala Kapuas are Pasar Danau Mare and Pasar Sari Mulia.

Figure 15 Sunday Market at Pulau Telo

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Figure 16 Sunday Market at Stadion Panunjung Tarung

In another place, market usually every week, like Pasar Sabtu at Kapten Pierre Tendean street and Cilik Riwut street; Pasar Minggu at Stadion Panunjung Tarung and Pulau Telo. In every subdistricts, they usually have weekly market. There are several mini markets in Kuala Kapuas such as:

Figure 17 Sembilan Mart

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Sembilan Mart at Tambun Bungai and Cilik Riwut street Mikha Mart at Agathis street

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Mutiara Market at Seroja street Alve Mart at Pemuda street

Souvenirs
There are several souvenir shops that available in Kapuas district such as:

Figure 18 Toko Souvenir "ANTIK"

Toko Souvenir “ANTIK” at Barimba, Kapuas Hilir subdistrict. This place provides a wide range of souvenir, such as ship and pen holder made from Getah Nyatu (sap Nyatu), Mandau (saber), spear, bag and “pasak bumi”.

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Figure 19 Souvenir Valent

Souvenir Valent at Pemuda street. This shop also provide a wide range of souvenir from Getah Nyatu.

Electricity
Electric power generation in Kuala Kapuas and subdisrict around it is mostly done by water power and diesel generator. A very small quantity was done by solar power. The voltage is 220 volts.

Public transportation
For short distance, the local prefer becak or ojek. Becak are bicycle taxis which are available in Kuala Kapuas. Ojek are usually motor-cycles. In order to across the river, locals are using ferry and klotok.

Telecommunication
Telephone operating companies that available in Kapuas are TELKOM (Flexi, fix phone), Telkomsel (Halo, Simpati, As), XL, Fren, Axis, Indosat and 3. Simpati is available in all of the capital city of subdistricts in Kapuas district. Code area for Kapuas is 0513. For information on local telephone number, dial 108.

Time zones
Kapuas district include in The West Indonesia Tim (WIB). WIB is seven hours behind GMT – that is, WIB is GMT minus seven.

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The Postal Service
State-run postal services are available in several subdistrict around Kuala Kapuas. The postal services also accept the dispatch of money orders and parcels. Private companies that ship parcels between towns, province and country from Kuala Kapuas are Titipan Kilat and

Office hours
  Government office: Monday through Thursday: 7:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Friday: 7:30 a.m. – 3:30 pm. Banks : Monday through Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 pm.

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Places of interest
Kapuas district is the one of 14 district of Kalimantan Tengah province. Total area of Kapuas district is 14,999 square kilometers (9,77 percent of regional area of Kalimantan Tengah province) which is dividid into two of big area, the ebbtide and non ebbtide area. The ebbtide area (generally in south area) is potential for crop agriculture, while the non ebbtide area (generally in north area) is potential for people and privated rubber farm. Topographically, at the northside was hill area, with height range from 100 – 500 metre from sea surface and had inclination level ranged from 8-15 degre, and also had mountain area with inclination range from 15-25 degree. At the southside consisted of coash and marsh with height ranged from 0 – 5 metres from sea surface and had elevation 0% - 8% and also be influenced by ebbtide. This area had floods potency. Kapuas district also had waters teritory (lake, marsh and some rivers). Generally the climate of Kapuas district was tropic and damp with the average temperature ranged from 21-23 degree Celcius and the highest temperature reach up to 36 degree Celcius. The most volume of rainfall was on February, about 12-1,172 mm every year, while the dry season was on June to September.

People and culture
Kapuas district inhabitated by 339.824 people, or twenty three per square kilometer. The indigenous people are the Dayaks, comprising the sub-tribes Ngaju, Ot Danum, Ma’anyan, Katingan and others. Outside from the Dayaks, settlers from other areas of Indonesia also found in the district. The Ot Danum live in longhouses with sometimes as many as 50 rooms. They are called betang. Such houses are found near the headwaters of rivers in Kapuas. The Ot Danum, like other Dayaks, are known for their skills in plaiting rattan, and palm leaves. Such products are made by women, and sold in the markets in towns and cities such as Kuala Kapuas and Banjarmasin.

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Art in Kapuas

Figure 20 Sandung at Sei Pasah

The architectural style of Kapuas can be seen in building such as the sandung and patahu. Sandung is a wooden building to keep the ashes of the family’s dead, after cremation. Sandungs are found almost in every subdistrict in Kapuas districts especially in non-ebbtide areas.

Figure 21 Patahu at Mantangai Hulu

A Patahu looks like a dwelling build on high pillars to avoid attack by wild animal. A Patahu, however is not occupied by people but by the anchestral

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souls of the Dayaks. This structure is believe to protect the village, and is therefore filled with offerings in the form of dishes, glasses and some spherical stones.

Statues

Figure 22 Statue in front of sandung

The statues, representing human beings and animals, made of iron-wood (kayu ulin), are part of the Dayak system of belief. The statues are considered to have magic powers, and are designed to ward of catastrophes. The statues are placed in the house as guardians of the sandung.

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GUIDE
Kuala Kapuas, the capital district of Kapuas, can be reached by land from Palangka Raya and Banjarmasin. Local travel is mostly by road and river.

Accomodation

Figure 23 Guest House Water City

Guest House Kota Air Located on Jl. Jendral Sudirman No. 10A, Kuala Kapuas 73513. Phone number is (0513) 22713. Email: guesthousekotaair@yahoo.co.id . Hotel rates:    Presidential suite - Rp 660,000 with facilities: Air Conditioner, 21inch TV, bathromm inside,separate porch. Junior suite - Rp 440,000 with facilities: Air Conditioner, 14-inch TV , bathroom inside, joid porch Bungalow (1 presidential suite + 2 junior suite) - Rp 1,540,000.

All residents can enjoy the lobby with guest chairs, 21-inch TV and a kitchen. Losmen Abdi Located on Jl. S. Parman, Phone Number: (0513)

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Figure 24 Hotel Anggrek

Hotel Anggrek DaQu Located on Jl. Anggrek, Phone Number: (0513) 21649. Hotel rates:  VIP o 1 people Rp 80,000 o 2 people Rp 90,000 o 3 people Rp 100,000 o 4 people Rp 105,000 Standard / Fan o 1 people Rp 50,000 o 2 people Rp 60,000 o 3 people Rp 65,000 o 4 people Rp 70,000

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Figure 25 Hotel Melati Anisa

Hotel Anisa Located on Jl. Sudirman, Phone Number: (0513). Hotel rates:  Economy o Small bed – 1 people – Rp 20,000 o Big bed – 2 people – Rp 30,000 VIP o 1 people – Rp 45,000 o 2 people – Rp 55,000 o 3 people – Rp 65,000 Upper VIP + TV o 1 people – Rp 50,000 o 2 people – Rp 60,000 o 3 people – Rp 70,000

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Figure 26 Hotel Bayu

Hotel Bayu Located on Jl. Kenanga No. 40, Kuala Kapuas. Phone Number: 082156242200.

Figure 27 Hotel Danau Mare

Hotel Danau Mare Located on Jl. Letjend Suprapto No. 2, Kuala Kapuas 73513. Phone: +62 (0513) 21054. Hotel rates:    VIP A (2 kamar @ 2 orang) - Rp 150,000 with facilities: cable TV, AC, bathroom inside VIP B (6 kamar @ 2-3 orang) - Rp 125,000 with facilities: cableTV kabel, AC, bathroom inside Standard I (3 kamar @ 2 orang) - Rp 90,000 with facilities: AC, bathroom inside

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   Standard II (7 kamar @ 2 orang) - Rp 75,000 with facilities: electric fan, bathroom inside Standard III (9 kamar @ 3 orang) - Rp 55,000 with facilities: electric fan Hall - Rp 750.000 per day

Notes:   Rates above includes a special breakfast for room VIP A and VIP B. Rates above do not include taxes.

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Figure 28 Hotel King

Hotel King Located on Jl. Jendral Sudirman No.96. Phone Number: (0513) 21053. Hotel rates:  Standard with facilities: morning snack, bathroom and toilet inside o 1 people – Rp 40,000 o 2 people – Rp 50,000 o 3 people – Rp 65,000 Air Conditioner + Television with facilities: morning snack, bathroom and toilet inside o 1 people – Rp 70,000

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o o 2 people – Rp 80,000 3 people – Rp 95,000

Figure 29 Hotel Almadani

Hotel Almadani Located on Jl. Patih Rumbih, Phone Number: 081349049004. Hotel rates (including local tax 10%):    VIP I with facilities AC, TV, extra bed and toilet. o Rp 100,000 VIP II with facilities electronic fan, TV, extra bed and toilet. o Rp 75,000 VIP III with facilities electronic fan, extra bed and toilet. o Rp 60,000

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Figure 30 Hotel Raudah

Hotel Raudah Located on Jl. Ahmad Yani No. 17, Kuala Kapuas 73513. Phone: (0513) 21288, Fax: (0513)21949. Hotel rates:        Deluxe - Rp 200,000 with facilities: AC, 14-inch TV, spring bed, bathroom inside, hot water VIP 1 - Rp 160,000 with facilities: AC, 14-inch TV, spring bed, bathroom inside VIP 2 Twin Bed - Rp 130,000 with facilities AC, 14-inch TV, usual bed, bathroom inside VIP 2 Single Bed - Rp 110,000 with facilities: AC, 21-inch TV, usual bed, bathroom inside Economy - Rp 65,000 with facilities: electric fan, usual bed, bathroom inside Extra Bed - Rp 30,000 Hall - Rp 400,000 per day

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Figure 31 Hotel Roos

Hotel Roos Located on Jl. Tambun Bungai No. 29, Kuala Kapuas 73513. Phone: (0513) 21159. Hotel rates:  VIP - Rp 110,000 with facilities: Air Conditioner (AC), TV, separated bed or double bed, bathroom inside.  STANDARD - Rp 85,000 with facilities: electric fan, TV, separated bed, bathroom inside.  ECONOMY - Rp 75,000 with facilities: electric fan, single bed (for two people) The hotel also has a hall with a capacity of 100 people along with the sound system and a fan. Rental cost Rp 350,000 per day.

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Figure 32 Hotel Seroja Indah

Hotel Seroja Indah Located on Jl. Seroja. Hotel rates :  VIP I with facilities: AC, TV and refrigerator. o Single - Rp 121,000 o Double - Rp 143,000 o Extra bed, add Rp 33,000 VIP II with facilities: AC, TV and refrigerator o Single - Rp 110,000 o Double - Rp 132,000 o Extra bed, add Rp 33,000 Standard with facilities AC and TV: o Single - Rp 88,000 o Double - Rp 110,000 o Extra bed add Rp 33,000 Economy with facilities electric fan, Rp 66,000 Meeting room Rp 440,000 per day

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Figure 33 Losmen Sinar Harapan

Losmen Sinar Harapan Located on Jl. K.S. Tubun No. 117. Phone Number: (0513). Inn rates:  Standard with facilities: electric fan, shared bathroom o Double bed – Rp 30,000

Figure 34 Hotel Melati Sinar Kasih

Hotel Melati Sinar Kasih Located on Jl. K.S. Tubun, Kuala Kapuas.

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Figure 35 Hotel Walet Mas

Hotel Walet Mas Hotel ini terletak di Jl. Ahmad Yani No. 102, Kuala Kapuas 73514. Teleponnya yaitu (0513) 21801 dan fax-nya yaitu (0513) 21823. Daftar tarif hotel adalah sebagai berikut:     VIP 1 (8 kamar) - Rp 200.000 dengan fasilitas: AC, TV 21 inchi (cable with 25 channel), kamar mandi di dalam, air panas VIP 2 (8 kamar) - Rp 165.000 dengan fasilitas: AC, TV 21 inchi (cable with 25 channel), kamar mandi di dalam Standard 1 (4 kamar) - Rp 154.000 dengan fasilitas: AC, TV 14 inchi (lokal), kamar mandi di dalam, kamar lebih kecil Standard 2 (12 kamar) - Rp 120.000 dengan fasilitas: AC, TV 14 inchi (lokal), kamar mandi di dalam

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Figure 36 Losmen Hosana

Losmen Hosana

Located on Jl. K.S. Tubun No. 118. Hotel rates:   Lower Chamber with facilities: electric fan, bathroom inside o Double bed Rp 50,000 Upper Room with facilities: electric fan, shared bathroom o Double bed Rp 30.000

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Figure 37 Hotel Sari Mulya

Hotel Sari Mulya

Located at Jl. Mawar in Sari Mulia market complex. Phone: (0513) 23299. Hotel rates:  VIP with facilities AC, TV, electronic fan, morning tea and snack for 2 people, mineral water, towel, bathroom inside, soap, toothbrush, toothpaste and shampo. o Rp 164,000 Standard room with facilities electronic fan, TV, morning tea and snack for 2 people. o Rp 82,000

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Figure 38 Hotel Keruing

Hotel Keruing Jl. Keruing, Kuala Kapuas 73514.

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Figure 39 Losmen Sangkai Jaya

Losmen Sangkai Jaya

Located on Jl. K.S. Tubun No. 122. Inn rates:  Lower chamber with facilities: electrict fan, bathroom inside o Standard – Rp 40,000 o Standard + extra bed – Rp 45.000 Upper room with facilities: electric fan, shared bathroom o Standard – Rp 25,000 o Standard + extra bed – Rp 30,000 Television in common room

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Figure 40 Losmen Kembar

Losmen Kembar

Located on Jl. K.S. Tubun. Inn rates:   Standard with facilities single or double bed, electric fan, shared bathroom – Rp 25,000 per people. Television in common room

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Figure 41 Losmen Cahaya

Losmen Cahaya

Located on Jl. Kapten Pierre Tendean. Inn rates:   Lower chamber with facilities: electric fan, shared bathroom o Single bed Rp 25,000 Upper room with facilities: electric fan, shared bedroom o Single bed Rp 20,000

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Travel

Figure 42 Pasapati Travel

Pasapati Travel Located on Jl. Melati, Phone: (0513) 22214.

Figure 43 Lintas Raya Travel

Lintas Raya Travel Located on Jl. Melati, Phone (0513) 21454.

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Figure 44 Patas Tour

Patas Tour Located on Jl. Teratai, Phone: (0513)21855.

Figure 45 Nusa Tiga Travel & Rent Car

Nusa Tiga Travel & Rent Car Located on Jl. Pdt. Seth Adji, Phone: (0513) 22751

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Figure 46 Wira Bhakti Mandiri

Wira Bhakti Mandiri Located on Jl. Jendral Sudirman, Phone: (0513) 22968.

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Figure 47 Sumerta Sari

Sumerta Sari Located on Jl. Jendral Sudirman, Phone: (0513) 23020.

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