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Bukit Bangkirai Cottage, East Borneo, Indonesia
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Bukit Bangkirai is natural tourism area managed by PT. Inhutani I Unit I Balikpapan. This tourist area is located in District Samboja, Kutai Kartanegara Regency, East Borneo. Bukit Bangkirai can be reached through a 1.5 hour road trip from the city of Aberdeen. This tour offers the charm of a tropical rain forest that is still natural, which dilengkatp with tourism infrastructure and facilities such as restaurants, lamin for meetings, swimming pool and jungle cottage or cabin. In this area there is a canopy bridge (bridge canopy) along 64 m connecting the hanging tree Bangkirai 5 at an altitude of 30 m. The bridge is the first editorial in Indonesia, both in Asia and the eighth in the world. Construction is made in the United States. The short history, researchers from the United States has conducted a survey likasi and trees as well as the development environment then conducted the first phase in January 1998 and the second phase was completed in February 1998 when the bridge was completed approximately one month. worked out by American contractors who are members of CCA (Canopy Constraction Asosiated) as six field implementers with the assistance of local labor as much as three people. In addition to the wood used in its construction are stainless steel or Galvanized of America. Age of completion of the Canopy Bridge is expected to be able to survive for 15-20 years based on the age and durability of materials. If you want to travel to the Canopy Bridge you will enter through the path with dense forests where there are shade trees.

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