Sanggau is a regency in West Kalimantanprovince of Indonesia. It is situated in the north-central part of the province, with an area (since the separation of the former eastern part of the regency in 2003 to create Sekadau Regency) of 12,857.80 km² and a population of 408,468 at the 2010 Census; the latest official estimate (for January 2014) is 422,448.
Roads in Sanggau are pretty narrow and not well paved due to the limitation of government budget. In certain areas, the road is in pretty poor condition with many holes and slightly muddy along the road.
There are two main rivers flowing through Sanggau, they are Kapuas river and Sekayam river. Water transportation remains the popular choice amongst the people live in small villages / remote areas which are not accessible by road. In addition, it is also used for distributing goods such as foods, medicines, etc. The followings are the popular transports: