Kapuas The Kapuas River is a river in the Indonesian part of Borneo island. At 1,143km (710 miles) in length, it is the longest river of Indonesia and is the major waterway connecting the centre of the island with its western coast It originates in the Muller mountain range at the centre of the island and flows west into the South China Sea creating an extended marshy delta. The delta is located west-southwest of Pontianak, the capital of West Kalimantan province. The Borneo rainforest is 140 million years old, making it one of the oldest rainforests in the world. There are about 15,000 species of flowering plants with 3,000 species of 221 species of terrestrial mammals and 420 species of resident birds in Borneo. There are about 440 freshwater fish species in Borneo

There are no cruises on this river at the moment.


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