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Sambaliung Palace

Jl. Mohd St Alimuddin, Berau, Indonesia
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An interesting place to know the history of Berau

A building of Sambaliung Sultanate is still well, but still need additional information boards to... read more

Reviewed 8 September 2016
Ector70
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Berau, Indonesia
Historical Site

In Jogjakarta have Keraton Jogja, in Berau we have Keraton Sambaliung. Its normally pretty quiet... read more

Reviewed 19 May 2016
Christ L
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Manado, Indonesia
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8 Sep 2016
“An interesting place to know the history of Berau”
19 May 2016
“Historical Site”
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Jl. Mohd St Alimuddin, Berau, Indonesia
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Reviewed 8 September 2016

A building of Sambaliung Sultanate is still well, but still need additional information boards to help visitors find the story and the story of the Sultanate Sambaliung. When we visited there was no single person who can be asked about the history and background as...More

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Reviewed 19 May 2016

In Jogjakarta have Keraton Jogja, in Berau we have Keraton Sambaliung. Its normally pretty quiet during the day as not many people visit this site often. Its a place that you can learn more about the history of Berau.

Thank Christ L
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Reviewed 15 April 2015

Keraton Sambaliung was built in 1810 by Sultan Alimuddin, also known as Raja Alam. It faces opposite Kelai riverbank and faces a nice picture of the Berau town with the houses on stilts. The palace is yellow, a mirror image of the Gunung Tabur Palace...More

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