West Kalimantan is a diverse region with a fascinating tourist attraction. Starting from Equator monument and the famous Kapuas River, beaches are no less beautiful, so diverse panorama of unspoiled nature. Not to mention the cultural distinctiveness of the local community.
One of the various tourism objects in West Kalimantan, there is a very unique and certainly only in West Kalimantan alone. Is Simping island. The island formerly known as the island Kelapa Dua is located in the Gulf of Madame Jantu ', precisely in the area Sinka Island Park, Singkawang.
What makes this island so unique is that it is being 'ISLAND LEAST IN THE WORLD'. The record itself was recorded by the UN, so that its existence as the smallest island is internationally recognized. Well, unique is not it?
This island is a land that consists of sand and rocks that covered a few trees on it. There were also a kind of a small pagoda where the local residents usually Tiong Hoa prayers. On this tiny island is also available treats overlooking the beach, sea, and quaint hills surrounding it. No wonder the island is almost never empty of visitors.
This tourist location is easily accessible. From the city of Pontianak to Sinka Island Park itself takes about 3-4 hours away. To be able to cross to the island is not difficult because there is a connecting bridge to the beach, so you can reach it by foot only. Interested in visiting?