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Holiday with family go to Kijing Beach

Kalimantan Island has vast forests and is crossed by the equator. Tropical climate with a variety of animals and fauna. One of the tourist attractions that make tourists or visitors feel comfortable.Kijing Beach has long been a leading tourism object in District Pontianak because the beaches are full of palm trees and white sand.Kijing Beach is located in Mempawah, District Pontianak, West Kalimantan. It takes about 3 hours from the city of Pontianak and the beach can be seen highways.

Kijing Beach is derived from the name Kijing, a type of small and obstructing coconut shell.

Before becoming tourism. Kijing Beach is a mangrove forest with various types of marine life such as crabs, clams, and so on.

Starting from South to North only visible white sand and shade trees as a shade. The atmosphere gives its own beauty.

If  afternoon and sunset time on the horizon, provide satisfaction to visitors.

Kijing Beach

The road to the location is mostly a view of rice fields owned by local residents. The highway itself is flanked by the beach. On the right is the location of the motor racing track and full of rows of palm trees.

On the left facing the hill where the canteen is provided for visitors to eat and drink. Gravestone is a natural habitat for mangrove forests with marine fauna such as clams and crabs.

For the entrance ticket, the price is relatively cheap. Facilities are adequate with several restaurants not far away.

If the holidays are long, many people flock to spend their time coming here.

On the beach of Kijing there is another tourist spot called Temajo Island. Can be visited as part time. Which stretches from north to south has an area of ​​about twenty hectares. The waves are not too big so the child can play with safe water.

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