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The river’s potential makes the traditional market in Banjarmasin very unique. The traditional market of Banjarmasin extraordinarily appears as the cluster of floating boats on the river, not on the land as usual. The floating market of Lok Baintan is one of the oldest and the most popular in Banjarmasin. This market is situated in the Sungai Pinang Village, revealing you the social life of the people in Banjarmasin which’s still very authentic. Tourists from any region must come to this place to legitimate their visit to this City of Thousand Rivers. The charm and uniqueness of the situation of the place also encourage many tourists to be willing to come here from the dawn only to hunt the best photos of this floating market.
You can find different but no less interesting floating market than Lok Baintan in the Barito River, on the Kuin River’s estuary. The Muara Kuin Floating Market offers the Banjarmasin traditional life sensation in the morning. Please come to this place at the very dawn to personally taste the shopping experience from boat to boat. This unusual experience surely can be one of the most memorable things that you won’t forget from Banjarmasin.
This family recreational park is one of the newest popular destinations on the river bank of Martapura. This park can be a fun place to relax on a budget. The scene of the Siring Park of Martapura River is really impressive since it’s filled with shady trees, the floating market’s jetty, boats, observation tower, gazebos, and culinary center. The park design is using the colorful paving block flooring, making the place is really a pleasure for your sight.
The traditional village that’s situated at Jalan Seberang Masjid is the batik tourism village of Banjarmasin. The tourists can sightsee and explore the making process of the Banjarmasin fabric from up close. The tourist can also learn the making process, or else, just asking some questions about the batik from the local people. Moreover, this village also has the Sasirangan Batik trade center that offers hundreds of batik patterns, materials, and shapes or forms at various prices.
Wasaka Museum is named from the struggling motto of the people of South Borneo saying “Waja Sampai Kaputing”. The motto that originates from Banjarese language means “not stop fighting until the last drop of blood came out”. The traditional house of Banjarese-shaped museum is settled on the bank of Martapura River, exactly under the Banua Anyar Bridge. On a daily basis, the Wasaka Museum showcases various collections, narrating the history of Banjarcity and so the struggle of the people of South Borneo.