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Popular hotelTreePark Hotel Banjarmasin
Popular areaBanjarmasin City Center
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AirportSyamsudin Noor International Airport
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Located in Indonesia’s South Kalimantan Province, Banjarmasin is a great city for anyone looking to understand more of Indonesia’s history and culture. The history of this city dates back to very ancient times and spans several kingdoms, and the evidence of this illustrious history is still easy to see even today.

Banjarmasin is served by Syamsuddin Noor Airport, which operates flights from the neighboring major cities including Jakarta, and is located around 26 kilometers just outside of the city.

Of course, travelers to Banjarmasin will hardly be short of something to see or do around this city. The architecture alone is a testament to its rich and long history, showing the distinct difference between the traditional ways of building to that of the colonial Dutch style. One great example of the city’s architectural heritage can be seen by exploring the many places of worship, starting with the ancient Masjid Sultan Suriansyah, which, at over 300 years old, is the oldest mosque in the whole region, and ending with the more modern Masjid Raya Sabilal Muhtadin, which is one of the largest mosques in the country.

Life in Banjarmasin is centered around the river, and it’s quite interesting to witness the river-based economy in action as merchants gather their wares into their boats every morning. Muara Kuin Floating Market is one of the main markets within the city center. Since the floating markets get started very early in the morning, it’s recommended to be ready by dawn to get the most out of the experience. Hotels near the floating markets are varied and offer choices between more modern luxury accommodations to traditional homestays, so there’s going to be something for every type of traveler.

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