Bougenville Park in Singkawang City, West Kalimantan Province

In order to accommodate citizens with comfortable spots to relax, the Indonesia local government has built several parks in Singkawang City. One of them is called Bougenville Park and it is located in Sijangkung Village of South Singkawang Sub-District. This park offers beautiful flowers and refreshing air to visitors, so people can take advantage of it to enjoy a recreation. The fact is the park resides in the foot of Pasi Mountain! No wonder, it has the best nuance to relax due to the presence of a nearby forest and farms. Plus, the location is quite accessible as it resides quite near to the downtown.

The Nuance
So, what is in there? As the name suggests, the park is dominated by colorful bougenvilles. The local name of the flower is “Bunga Kertas”. It has a similar texture to a paper and comes in various colors! In fact, in this park, tourists can find 46 different species of bougenville! Some of them were imported from other countries, as well. In terms of size, the park has a total area of about 1.5 hectares. It also comes with other types of flowers like orchid, antorium, and aglonema. Not to mention several fruit plants grow there including avocado, durian, rambutan, and star fruit.

Exploring Bougenville Park
For the information, Bougenville Park consists of several spots to explore. In terms of popularity, the homogeny forest becomes the winner. It is because visitors can enjoy the superb serenity and refreshing nuance once they enter that area. After all, that spot is surrounded by lush trees and fresh air. Not to mention visitors have the chance to conduct natural exploration and outdoor adventure there.

What is more? One of the reasons in visiting Bougenville Park is definitely to watch beautiful flowers! Tourists can simply explore the site and take pictures of all available flowers there. The park indeed becomes a perfect vacation destination for those who love nature and flowers, without a doubt! Also, it satisfies both casual and passionate photographers. Is that all? Aside from flowers, the park offers several fruit farms and several fruit sellers! That means visitors can either buy or eat those fresh fruits on site!

After getting around Bougenville Park, visitors should consider buying some flower seeds as souvenirs. They can plant them at home later, after all. What about the price? Well, it depends on the species and rarity of the plants. In any case, make sure to carry enough cash! They need it to buy some foods and drinks while exploring the site, after all.

Nearby Attractions

  • Kaliasin China Town
  • Gunung Sari Park
  • Sibohe Waterfall

How to Get There
The distance between Pontianak City and Bougenville Park is 155 km. That means it may take around 3 hours and 7 minutes to get there regardless of the type of vehicle. Still, the trip becomes faster if tourists take Ahmad Yani Street. What they need to do is to get to South Singkawang Sub-District first. Next, they can simply reach Sijangkung Village and head to the park right away.

Where to Stay

  • Golden Hawaii Residence
  • Bukit Mas Villa
  • Taman Sari Hotel

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