|GMT +7||Cruise and Ferry||Up to 5,000 passengers|
|CLOSEST||Pangkalan Bun Airport/Bandara Udara Iskandar (PKN) – (12.4 Km)|
|CLOSEST||West Kotawaringin – (38.5 Km)|
|HOSPITAL||Sultan Imannudin Hospital, Kumai – (13.2 Km)|
KSOP KUMAI - KELAS IV
Immigration Office Class II TPI Sampit
KPPBC Tipe Madya Pabean C Pangkalan Bun
|Emergency Contact Numbers||
Police : +62 532 21110
|LAST CALLING||Orion II, Le Laperouse, L’Austral, and Coral Discoverer|
|DUE TO CALL||Silver Discoverer, Le Laperouse|
Tanjung puting is covered by a complex mosaic of diverse lowland habitats. It covers an area of 〖3,040km〗^2 (or 1,174 square miles). Nipa/mangroce swamps can be found at the mouth of the river and along the sea coast. Mangroves teem with animal life. The best known animals in tanjung puting are the orangutans. Tanjung puting also boats the bizarre looking proboscis monkey with its “jimmy durante” nose as well as seven other primate species. Clouded leopards, civets, and malaysian sun bears can also be found in the park.
Distance: 550m from Kumai port.
Camp leakey has supported the research efforts of scientists and students. Project have ranged from orangutan, proboscis monkey, gibbon and leaf-eating monkey behaviour and ecology, to studies of orangutan sign language abilities and cognition, to leech behaviour, and river system ecology. As an active research facility, camp leakey welcomes day visitors with local guides. Visitors are not allowed to stay overnight at camp leakey.