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Palace of the Sultanate of Sambas Alwatzikhoebillah

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A wooden Venice in Indonesian Borneo

Sambas is a small city at the crossing of three rivers, it was an independent sultanat until the... read more

Reviewed September 17, 2017
elenastefanin
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Bologna, Italy
Must Visit

this place is a must visit place in sambas. it's in the hearth of sambas city. next to kapuas river... read more

Reviewed February 14, 2017
Muhammad K
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Sep 16, 2017
“A wooden Venice in Indonesian Borneo”
Feb 13, 2017
“Must Visit”
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Sambas, Indonesia
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Reviewed 17 September 2017

Sambas is a small city at the crossing of three rivers, it was an independent sultanat until the foundation of the Indonesian Republic, and has recently been theater of an horrible massacre. The main road is busy and ugly but just take a side road...More

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Reviewed 14 February 2017

this place is a must visit place in sambas. it's in the hearth of sambas city. next to kapuas river that flow right in the front of the sultanate building. the royal family stil live in the sultanate complex. sometimes they personaly greeted people and...More

Thank Muhammad K
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Reviewed 4 January 2017

Not well maintain..surrounding, yard, the palace I think local authority need to put serious attention aince the palace was great

Thank Kalim B
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Reviewed 21 May 2016 via mobile

The palace is next to Kapuas River. The area of the palace is very wide, and you can also find the households in the palace. Near to the palace, you can visit the graves of the kings and its families. Unluckily, I don't think that...More

Thank Nancy E
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Reviewed 10 December 2014

Sambas sultan palace situated in heart of sambas city is the symbol of the reign of sultan of sambas known as Azhwakizubillah alaihik .beautiful wooden malay scultures revealed the true sambas craftmanship.

Thank syed h
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Reviewed 10 May 2014

I have no idea about the meaning of the word in the headline of this attraction. The palace of the former Sultan of the Kingdom of Sambas is located adjacent to the Sambas River, which in former times probably was the only access to Sambas....More

2  Thank kilovolt500
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