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Just a good-sized river slicing through the center of Berau. Lots of boat plying the waters and enthusiast food vendors in the evening. Possible to sit by the river on plastic chairs and enjoy the world go by.
This river runs through the city. There's path alongside the river where you can walk and enjoying the view. The sunset view is unforgettable. This place is full of hawker stall during the night and quite packed of locals who spend their leisure time and...More
There's a long row of food and drink stalls along the riverbank, which make a nice place to stop for a sunset drink (non-alcoholic, of course). They all seem pretty identical in their offerings. Doesn't seem to be any shade, so wouldn't want to go...More
Segah river is the major waterways for the district of Berau. The river is used mainly for transportation of coal for exports. Segah riverside is a favourite hotspot for locals for leisure and night hawker stalls.
This river is the heart of the town of Tanjung Redeb - Berau of East Kalimantan.
Phinisi the traditional cargo boats, Tug boat which towing the barge with fully load of coal, speedboats, cargo ships, ketinting and more are cruising along the Segah River and...More
The Segah is a working river, alive with business as the barges move up and down. The river gives energy in its movement and in a strange way also gives relaxation.
I would suggest taking the time to sit at the rivers edge and drink...More
This river is the heart of the town of Berau. Fishing boats, pleasure boats, cargo and more. The food carts along the river front bring out the townspeople and it is an eyeopener to viewing the life of this town. Watching a storm over the...More
So this is the river that runs around the entire town. It is a bit dirty so the water is brownish. However, it is very nice to have this river run through the centre of the town. There are barges that fill the river and...More