This article is about an Indonesian province. For the historical proposed political entity, see North Borneo Federation
North Kalimantan (Indonesian: Kalimantan Utara) is a province of Indonesia. It is located in the Kalimantan region on the island of Borneo island. The province has a population of approximately 525,000 according to the 2010 census.
North Kalimantan borders Sabah to the north and Sarawak to the west.
Formed on 25 October 2012, it is the newest province in Indonesia. It covers 71,177 square kilometres. The province's territory was previously part of East Kalimantan.
Tarakan Airport on the eponymous island serves the province, as well as an international ferry port with services to Malaysia from Tawau. There are no international land crossings – entrance into the mainland of the province is by ferry from Tarakan or by road from the south. Large stretches of the roads in this province are of unpaved muddy ditches.
North Kalimantan is divided into 4 regencies and 1 city.
|Tana Tidung Regency