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Kumai

Kumai

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The port of departure for Tanjung Puting National Park, Kumai is also known for its bird-nest business, which fills the town with screeching warehouses. A handful of guesthouses and warungs line the main street, Jl Idris. Backpackers sometimes meet here to share the price of a klotok. There’s an ATM near the harbour.

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