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South Kalimantan, Takisung Beach, Banjarmasin

South Kalimantan, Takisung Beach, Banjarmasin


The Takisung beach is located in District Takisung the west area of ​​the Sea Land District. Is approximately 22 km from the city Pelaihari or approximately 87 miles from the South Kalimantan capital of Banjarmasin. Although the Coast Takisung is the Java Sea, but the waves were not huge like the south coast of Java island. So it is safe to travel and be a settlement.

As a tourist attraction, could be classified Takisung Coast beaches are breathtaking sights overlooking the beach surrounded by palm trees with brown sand like sea water (for identification of water, which is obtained from observations belonging to 9 pH alkaline water with a temperature of 250C and water flow rate of 1927 rpm, while the brightness level of the water by 32 cm), ditemanin many markets that sell typical beach snacks, ranging from fish sauce, garnish clams, shrimp, fish, coral reefs up directly from the fishermen. Plus Tanah Laut District Government continues mempoles this attraction through the construction of a number of public facilities that do not possess other coastal attractions. Among them, selter, a permanent stage, restaurants, and lodging. Tourism Indonesia Heaven on Earth

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