#AdventureBorneo bring me on my first ever exploration to Kalimantan. Never before set my foots on this island let alone exploring the natural wonders here.

Tanjung Puting National Park, a voyage to better appreciate the importance of one world's oldest tropical rainforests right through the Heart of Borneo.

From the get go, I can sense that this whole journey will be one of my two-thousand-fifteen highlights.

Cruising Sekonyer River with traditional boat named Klotok, catch sight of swarming fireflies along nipa and mangrove swamps and night trekking across Tanjung Harapan. An eventful first night that builds up the excitement.

Woken up by the screeching sound of playful monkeys, is much less annoying than the usual blaring alarm. A harmonious interaction of the livings and its surroundings, so captivating! 

Exploring Pondok Tanggui and Camp Leakey feeding area is a must while you're here. Observe the orangutans feeds while surrounded by dozens of butterflies is a one-of-a-kind experience. So lucky that we encounter several orangutans on our way back to Klotok. A rare chance as the ranger/guide told us.

The slight interaction with orangutans at Camp Leakey is the most memorable highlight for me.

Thanks to Rimba Orangutan Ecolodges for our pleasant stay. And kudos to Kalstar Aviation for this #AdventureBorneo project that bring much more awareness to the Borneo Ecotourism for Indonesians and the International peers.

Thanks for the wonderful team and a lifelong friendship. Can't wait to explore more from Borneo!

Tanjung Puting National Park | Tanjung Harapan | Pondok Tanggui | Camp Leakey | Rimba Orangutan Ecolodge



  1. foto pertama pecahhh bgt kerennya.
    so many options to travel in Indonesia, wish one day I will have a chance to visit Tanjung Puting National Park.

    Herdiana Surachman

  2. How amazing are these wildlife pictures! Your photography is beautiful. Great post, I will definitely remember Borneo if I make a trip to Indonesia. Looks to be very worthwhile.


  3. Great post and nice photos! Xx Nicoleta

  4. This looks like an amazing trip; I wish I could have gone too!!! As always, your photos are stunning. The orangutans are so fun!
    xx, Pia


  5. Wowwwww
    So beautiful.. so touching.. so heartwarming..

    That must be a super funnnn and precious momment for everyone there
    I envy you kakkkk

  6. Oh wow...the place itself is amazing but so is your photography! Was the butterfly spontaneous?!

  7. What a magical experience to be so intimate with nature in its entirety!!! Wow. These photos capture your experience so beautifully :)

    be the plebeian

  8. Wauw!
    That seems all so great. Wish I was there to enjoy the nature myself.
    Must be so calming.

    Have a great time!
    Celien | The Losing Struggle

  9. Looks like a cool bro trip! nice

    Cool post!

    New Post up on : www.jonthegold.com

    Greets Jon

  10. Amazing photos, I can just imagine how much fun you had.