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Fatmawati Soekarno (BKS)

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Flight Banjarmasin to Bengkulu : Location & Airport information

Banjarmasin

Time zone in Banjarmasin is : GMT+08:00

Located on an island delta near the junction of the Barito and Martapura rivers, Banjarmasin is the capital of South Kalimantan, and the largest city in the province. Hemmed in by a labyrinth of rivers and canals, the city has been dubbed "the river city". With water enveloping much of the people\'s lives, most of the people\'s daily routines happen near water, from the floating market or "pasar ngapung" to the deep water port of Trisakti Harbor, the main trade basin of the Barito Region. Passenger ships and ferries to and from Java also carry their operation to this port.

Airports Serving BANJARMASIN

Bengkulu

Time zone in Bengkulu is : GMT+07:00

Once a small trading held up by the British in the late 17th century, Bengkulu City was finally handed over to the Dutch after an unsuccessful pepper trade. The British are known to leave remnants of their occupation, and Bengkulu City is no exception. Here you can find Fort Marlborough in all its stone glory, still with its ancient cannons, as well as some monuments left by Sir Raffles, such as the Thomas Parr monument and the Hamilton monument. This sleepy little city is now known as a coal mining district, annually producing tonnes of coal to export throughout Asia. Bengkulu City not only offers history, but also a splendid natural landscape, from the hilltops thick with vegetation to the long stretch of beach at Pantai Panjang.

Airports Serving BENGKULU


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