Karimata islands have amazing ecosystems such as mangroves and tropical forests with stunning underwater scenery. It was appointed as the Karimata Island Marine Nature Reserve in 1985 covering as area of 77,000 hectares

Kayong Utara Articles

April 6, 2017

Kayong Utara tuan Rumah Multi Even di tahun 2017

Berdasarkan surat keputusan Gubernur Kalimantan barat nomor 808/BPMPD/2016 tanggal 24 November 2016 tentang Penetapan Lokasi […]
April 6, 2017

Delapan Prioritas Pembangunan KKU 2018

KAYONG UTARA-Terdapat delapan prioritas pembangunan Kabupaten Kayong Utara (KKU) pada tahun 2018 mendatang. Demikian tersampaikan […]
April 6, 2017

Pertumbuhan Ekonomi KKU Lebih Tinggi dari Kalbar dan Nasional

KAYONG UTARA. Pertumbuhan ekonomi Kabupaten Kayong Utara (KKU) tahun 2015 capai 5,03 persen, relative lebih […]
March 9, 2017

TP PKK Menggelar Sosialisasi Gerakan Tanam Cabai

Tim Penggerak Pembina Kesejahteraan Keluarga (TP.PKK) menggelar sosialisasi gerakan tanam cabai kepada seluruh Kelompok Kerja […]

About Kayong Utara

Brussels Van Borneo

Kayong Utara region is home to some of the wildest and most unspoiled ecosystems on the planet. With roughly half of the total area of the regency appointed as conservation area, it is a challenge for the local government as policy makers in managing the whole region.

Local government seeks to maximize the benefits for the people living in and around the park while still conserving the natural ecosystem. A sustainable ecotourism program is being developed as a way to promote the region and provide additional income for villages.


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