Rimba Lodge

Address: Sekonyer River, Pangkalan Bun, Kalimantan, Borneo, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Sekonyer River, Pangkalan Bun.
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  • Bar/lounge


  • Wheelchair accessibility


  • Suites


  • Continental Breakfast
  • Room service
  • Kids activities or Babysitting

TravelPod Member ReviewsRimba Lodge Pangkalan Bun

Reviewed by kathrynmccormic

Fantastic service in a great place. Very welcoming!

Reviewed Nov 20, 2016
by (4 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

This is basic accommodation that had all I needed. The guide met us at the airport and took us to meet the boat. Trip up river was very relaxing. My room had air con and a fan and was very clean. There was an ensuite.The food was good and there was plenty of it. Staff very friendly and helpful. Saw probiscus monkeys in the grounds but nothing else.Beautiful rainforest setting.

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Reviewed by tourtravel

Rimba Ecolodge review.

Reviewed Aug 8, 2016
by (11 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

Excellent service, superb location. Very clean rooms, hot showers. Having said that, would happily stay on the boat for an extra night...

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TripAdvisor Reviews Rimba Lodge Pangkalan Bun

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Pangkalan Bun

Still Pinching Myself

A travel blog entry by kathrynmccormic on Nov 20, 2016

12 comments, 48 photos

I can't believe that I am actually here to see the orangutans. We had to get up early and have breakfast was it is a two hour putter upriver to the first feeding station. Simple breakfast of eggs, toast and juice was provided and served by a couple of local girls from the village.
Eros and his klotak crew were ready to take off at 7.30 when we …

Livelihoods and the environment

A travel blog entry by tourtravel on Aug 08, 2016

22 photos

In the 60s and 70s, the Indonesian govt engaged in a huge transmigration program, where the over-populated masses of Java were re-settled in the outer, sparsely populated islands. This has had some well-publicised negative effects in many places, not least of which is West Papua. But, here in West Lampung, it appears the impact has, by and large, …

Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia

A travel blog entry by insignia2015 on Nov 02, 2015

20 photos

Our last port of call on the Island of Borneo Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia The ship berthed on the Sarawak River about 19 Kms from the city of Kuching. We opted to do one of the ship's tours as I was keen to get out to the Semenggoh Wildlife Centre which is about an hour's drive from the port. This is where the injured and rescued Orangutans are rehabilitated. They currently have 27 in residence ranging from a two year old ...

Camping in the jungle

A travel blog entry by tbulych on Sep 29, 2015

2 comments, 10 photos

The last two days of our journey would be spent trekking to a waterfall in the jungle accompanied by a 7 person support team to make this one over-night camping trip possible (obviously no adherence to light weight back packing protocols: Nur, our guide, Mr. Arab, our jungle guide, Shanti, our cook, our driver and 3 porters.

The trek took 3.5 hours despite only being 4 ...

Meow Meow

A travel blog entry by vinodh.k on Aug 16, 2015

2 photos

Solo road trip 700km (10 hours) from bintulu..

Went there for conference pertaining to my carrier..I take this opportunity to stay extra 2 more day to visit and learn about local people culture..

The place I visit is culture village, damai beach & river front..

Really enjoy with food there especially local ethic lunch at culture ...

Traveler Photos Rimba Lodge Pangkalan Bun

Saying goodbye to Geoff at the lodge.
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