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Port of Entry
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Kumai is a port in Central Kalimantan province in Indonesia, on the island of Borneo. It lies on the Kumai River.


See Indonesia.


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Kumai is a port of entry for Indonesia. For details see Entrance: Indonesia.


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Marinas & Yacht Clubs

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Eating out

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Places to Visit

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  • Sightseeing Orang Utan in Tanjung Puting
    • Orang Utan literally means "Man in the forest" in Indonesia language. This primate got the name "Man in the forest" due to its behavior and interaction which resemble human. They are very kind to human and interact with human as if they understand our language.
    • During the visit to Kumai, tourist can find rented wooden tourist boat that will take you to Tanjung Puting. During the night you can find yourself surrounded by fireflies attraction. In the morning you will arrive in Tanjung Puting and have a nice photograph with Orang Utan.--Wikiport


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See Indonesia.


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