Origami Park in Banjarbaru City, South Kalimantan Province - Indonesia
For people who live in Banjarbaru City or nearby regions, they must have recognized a beautiful vacation spot like Origami Park. In fact, these people regularly come to the site to enjoy family recreation and hanging out. The location is in Palam Village and it resides in Cempaka Sub-District, actually. Also, it is the part of Citra Mitra residential area. The good thing is that the park has an easy access, as it resides near to the local government offices area. What is more? The park is indeed beautiful and features numerous facilities for tourists to use during the visit.
In terms of nuance, Origami Park looks like a regular pleasure ground. However, it has distinct characteristics! The first noticeable feature is the stunning and fancy interior ornaments, especially a group of horse statues (coming with various poses). In the front part of the park, visitors may find a parking area and this includes the parking fee. The good thing is that tourists do not need to pay any entrance fee to explore the park! Near to the parking area, there is a beautiful lake and several big palm trees.
Exploring Origami Park
The best allure of Origami Park is the presence of various animal statues, which look like origami crafts. The next unique feature of the park is the heart-shaped wire! Visitors can even hang a love padlock there (which is a renowned culture done by young people these days). This concept is indeed similar to that of Seoul Tower and Pont de Invalides. Therefore, tourists should carry a padlock when visiting the park later. No one should miss the opportunity to hang it on such beautiful ornament, after all.
As mentioned earlier, Origami Park also features a beautiful lake! Moreover, it also comes with several boats on it. Unfortunately, those are only the ornaments of the lake so tourists are not allowed to get on them. Here is interesting information. According to the locals, the lake is going to be a floating market in the near future! What is more? The park also features other landmarks and ornaments including the rocks garden, pier, and bridge. These places become the best spot to take pictures and selfies, for sure.
In order to avoid disappointment, first-timers should know the closing time of Origami Park though. It is 6 pm, so visitors should leave the site before such time. Otherwise, the security may ask them to leave! Another important tip is that everyone should not litter when exploring the park. Taking care of the environment is indeed a priority.
- Caramin Lake
- Banjarbaru City
- Galuh Cempaka Lake
How to Get There
The distance between Martapura City and Origami Park is only 16.7 km. That means the trip may take about 40 minutes to get to the site. First, tourists need to reach Cempaka Sub-District. The next thing to do is to visit Palam Village, where the park resides. The trip can be faster if they take Mistar Cokrokusumo Street, actually.
Where to Stay
- Rahmin Zain Hotel
- Chairin Sentosa Hotel
- Ratu Elok Hotel
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