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Cruises visiting Lawi Lawi (Balikpapan) & all Lawi Lawi (Balikpapan) cruises for  2019-2020

Currently we have no major cruise ships visiting Lawi Lawi (Balikpapan) in the 2019-2021 seasons.

Future sailings will be shown here as they become available, and alternative ports in the region can be viewed at Asia Cruises. Please contact one of our cruise specialists today on 1800 121 187 if you require further assistance.

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Lawi Lawi is the oil terminal in Balikpapan Bay, a seaport city on the eastern coast of the island of Borneo, Indonesia. In the East Kalimantan province, the hinterland is well known as a resource-rich region that includes timber, mining, and a large oil refinery. The people of Balikpapan are a mix, with lots of Javanese due to transmigration, many from Sulawesi, and of course, the locals. North of the city is the Sungai Wain Protection Forest, a tropical rainforest that is home to most of Kalimantan’s unique animals and a variety of local tropical trees and vegetation.

To visit the Sungai Wain (Wain River) forest upstream from Balikpapan, contact the Sungai Wain Protected Forest management unit office. Organise an 8 km trail of 5 or 6 hours, accompanied by a ranger so you don’t find yourself lost in the dense forest. This virgin forest area teems with diverse life forms: sun bears and no less than nine species of primates, including silvery gibbons, proboscis monkeys, orangutans, black leaf monkeys, pigtailed monkeys, and macaques. Rare fauna includes various types of pitcher plants, orchids, and Balikpapan ginger, which is found only in this forest.

The Kebun Sayur Traditional Market Centre in Balikpapan is a prime source for precious gems, diamond, jade and gold. Be sure to visit a longhouse, and enjoy getting a feel for the life and culture of the main Dayak tribes. Appreciate the city's historical architecture such as the Ray A Burke Centre, WW11 remains, interesting monuments, the colourful shops and boats, and even enjoy a little sailing. The locals are quiet and polite, and the pace in this clean, small city with clear blue skies is slow and relaxed. Other things to see and do include: the Crocodile farm; snorkelling and diving; Dapur, Lamaru and Manggar beaches; and the orangutan tours.