1º07’00” S 116º48´00"E Port Code IDBPN
GMT +8 Cruise and Ferry 3000 passengers
Channel
Length: 22.3 km (12 miles)
depth: 13-27 m
Max. Depth beside the wharf: 7m
Width: 150 meters
Max. Draft: 13.7m
Wharf
450m
Berth
Number: 2 (Two)
(1) Semayang Pier:
Length: 489 meters
Width: 21m
(2) Kampung Baru Pier
Length: 66m
Width: 8m
Max LOA:

Bollard
(Number/Capacity): 24 unit/40 tonnes/unit
2 bollards on south end / 150 tons
1 bollard on north end / 150 tons
Some 50-ton capacity bollards for every 20 meters
TURNING
BASIN
Basin Area: 3032 ha
depth: 0.4-30m
Diameter: -
Anchorage
1º16´12.0” S 116º48´00.0"E
Restricted Anchor area:
1º14´50.0” S 116º48´50.0"E
1º14´27.0” S 116º48´36.0"E
1º14´24.0” S 116º47´24.0"E
1º14´40.0” S 116º46´45.0"E
1º14´54.0” S 116º46´51.0"E
CLOSEST Sepinggan Airport/Bandar Udara Sultan Aji Muhammad Sulaiman (BPN) – (12 Km)
CLOSEST Balikpapan city: 22.1km drive’ by car
HOSPITALS 1. Sultan Imannudin Hospital, Kumai – (13.2 Km)
2. Pertamina Hospital - Balikpapan (1.9 km)
3. Balikpapan Baru Hospital (10.7 km)
4. Siloam Hospital - Balikpapan (9.2 km)
5. Hosptal Dr. Kanujoso Djatiwibowo (11.7 km)

Port Operator

PELINDO IV - Semayang Port, Balikpapan
Address    : Jl. Yos Sudarso No. 30, 
                   East Kalimantan, Indonesia
Phone        : +62 542 422246/737457
Website     : https://www.inaport4.co.id/

Immigration Office

Immigration Office Class I Balikpapan
Address     : Jl. Mulawarman, Sepinggan,     Balikpapan , East Kalimantan 76115, Indonesia
Phone          : +62 542 421175
Website       : http://balikpapan.imigrasi.go.id/

220 V
Emergency Contact Numbers Police: +62 542 5604000
Hospital: +62 542 873901
Fire Brigade: +62 542 7218199
Port Authority: +62 542 422246/737457
Rupiah (IDR)

For most current and prevailing Tariff for Port of Semayang – Balikpapan, please contact:   

PELINDO IV
Website : www.inaport4.co.id
Email : humas@inaport4.co.id

The most recent government regulation of Port Tariff issued by the Ministry of Transportation, Republic of Indonesia can be viewed here

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Port of Semayang is a multi purpose port, located along the banks of Balikpapan bay on the eastern coast of Kalimantan. This is the largest and busiest port in east Kalimantan, serving both cargo and passengers ship.

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Places of Interest Around Semayang


Water Village

Located in the Baru Tengah District, West Balikpapan, and well known as a natural tourism spot. The village that once delivered Balikpapan to receive the 2013 Urban Management Innovation
(IMP) the award was indeed proof of the success of the Balikpapan city government in turning slums into a neatly arranged and greener area. It is called the village of water because this village stands on sea water. Distance: 7.3km from Semayang port.

Samboja Lestari (1 hour 16 minutes by car)

Samboja Lestari is home to one of the world’s largest sun bear projects. Visitors can help with the maintenance of enclosures, observations on the behavior, preparation and giving of food. Activities at the sun bear sanctuary take place from 8 am to 4 pm. The bear facility is a short 15 minutes walk from samboja lodge. Samboja Lestari also the first of such program established by the Borneo orangutan survival (BOS) foundation in 1991, specifically to provide care and rehabilitation for displaced or orphaned orangutans rescued from area caused by habitat loss.

Caribbean Island Waterpark (32 minutes by car)

This family recreational space prides itself as the biggest of its kind in Eastern Indonesia. Its waterpark boasts swirling slides and massive donut floats for those looking to splash around in the pool. An aquatic performance is also regularly held at an open stage, and visitors interested in seeing it all from a bird’s eye view can also go on the flying fox.

Margomulyo Mangrove Forest (1 hour 22 minutes by car)

This mangrove forest is the natural habitat of various species of fish, birds, and many other faunas. Visitors may even catch sightings of the probosci's monkey early in the morning. Located in the heart of the city, this forest offers a breath of fresh air with its lush greens and a picturesque view over the wooden bridge that crosses through the area.

Teritip Crocodile Farm (1 hour by car)

From the little baby crocodiles to the jumbo-sized reptiles, this farm has it all. Approximately 1,450 crocodiles inhabit this farm, including the endangered freshwater crocodile and sepit crocodile. Visitors may opt to give a hand (guided by the wrangler) at feeding the crocodiles.

Bekapai Park (8 minutes by car)

When night falls, bask in the colorful lights of this city park. This spot is particularly popular among young people, who like to gather around the fountain and socialize. Visitors can find vendors of various food and beverages offering snacks for their laid-back evening.

Monpera (6 minutes by car)

This monument commemorates the struggles of the local people in taking their land back from colonizers. The white-sand beach serves as a stunning backdrop to the grand statue, which is surrounded by a manicured park.

Mahavihara Budhamanggala (31 minutes by car)

Located on a hill in the heart of Balikpapan, sits a modern temple which said to be the largest in Indonesia. In this Buddhist temple, visitors will find tranquility among the noisy bustles of the city. Statues and carvings are painted immaculately in gold, creating a vibrant contrast against the solid stones. A sleeping Buddha statue or Dhammasala Mangalabharaba painted in gold nestles in the main building in the center of the complex which also boasts lovely gardens, turtle ponds, and water fountains.

Kampoeng Timoer (17 minutes by car)

Taste and take home the local seafood savory snacks, such as peyek, crispy crackers with crabs, and crab floss. These snacks are available in original, spicy, and black pepper flavor.

Pasar Inpres Kebun Sayur (17 minutes by car)

Experience the hustle and bustle of the local life as you go through stalls of fruit, vegetables, and spices in search of a traditional souvenir. Get the unique local batik products, woven sarongs, and the signature Dayak-patterned clothing and haggle for a bargain.

The Beach House Restaurant (17 minutes by car)

This outdoor restaurant takes you to the beachside for a lovely dining experience with a refreshing fresh coconut for your beverage. A pool table is also available for an after-dinner game with friends and fellow diners.
PELINDO IV - Semayang Port, Balikpapan

Jl. Yos Sudarso No. 30, East Kalimantan, Indonesia

Tel: +62 542 422246/737457

The Indonesian Maritime Security Agency (BAKAMLA)

Established in 1972, The Indonesian Maritime Security Agency (Badan Keamanan Laut Republik Indonesia) is a maritime patrol and rescue agency of the Republic of Indonesia.

Address (Headquarter)
Jl. Proklamasi No.56, RT.10/RW.2, Pegangsaan, Menteng, Jakarta, Indonesia 10320

 

Indonesian Naval Hydrographic and Oceanographic Center (PUSHIDROSAL)

Pushidrosal is the authority to serve as the official provider of hydro-oceanographi activities, including oceanographic data, map, publications and navigation safety, both military and public, in Indonesia. This authority reports to the Chief of Staff of the Indonesian Navy.

Address (Headquarter)
Jln. Pantai Kuta V/1 Ancol Timur, Jakarta Utara- Indonesia

 

Directorate General of Sea Transportation, Ministry of Transportation (HUBLA)

Directorate General of Sea Transportation is part of the Ministry of Transportation of Republic of Indonesia and has a primary task in formulating and executing technical policies and standardization of sea transportation in Indonesia.

Address (Headquarter)
Jalan Medan Merdeka Barat No.8, Gambir, Jakarta 10110, Indonesia

Andhika GAC Indonesia (Shipping Agent)

Wisma Staco, 2nd Floor, Suite 201, Jl. Casablanca Kav. 18, Jakarta 12870, Indonesia.

Phone : +62 811 9700083

CV. Esterlita Marine Supply

Address : Jl. Tanjung Pinang No. 20, Tanjung Perak, Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia

Phone : +62 31 3557 937

CV. Mantika Marine Service (Food & Beverages)

Address : Jl. Ikan mungsing VI No. 35, Tanjung Perak, Surabaya 60177, East Java, Indonesia

Phone : +62 811 321 367

PT. Multi Sarana Agung Ananda

Address : Jl. Letjen Suprapto No. 9, Baru Ujung, Balikpapan 76132, East Kalimantan, Indonesia.

Phone : +62 542 738356

PT. United Marine Indonesia

Address Jl. Bulak Rukem Timur 2J No. 5, Surabaya 14240, Indonesia.

Phone : +62 31 9992 4123
Mobile : +62 819 9959 3557

Bahana Line (Fuel)

Address : Branch Balikpapan: Jl. Martadinata No. 13B, Mekarsari, Balikpapan, Indonesia

Phone : +62 542 791 788
Fax : +62 542 427 683

Abadi Tour & Travel

Address : Jl. Tanah Abang II No. 73-75, Jakarta 10160, Indonesia

+62 542 791 519 | +62 823 3231 5777

Bayu Buana Travel Services

Address : Jl. Jenderal Sudirman Stal Kuda No. 9D, South Balikpapan 76114, East Kalimantan, Indonesia

Phone : +62 542 721 4466

Pelita Borneo Tours & Travel

Address : Jl. Jenderal Sudirman Block L No. 12A, Balikpapan 76114, East Kalimantan, Indonesia

Phone : +62 542 421 798

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