Samarinda is the capital of the Indonesian province of East Kalimantan on the island of Borneo. The city lies on the banks of the Mahakam River. It is the most populous city on the entire Borneo island, with an estimated population of 842,691, up from 726,223 at the 2010 Census. Although it is the capital of East Kalimantan, some government institutions such as the Police, Indonesian Army District VI Of Tanjung Pura, and Pelabuhan Indonesia (Port Transportation) are located on the island. Samarinda is known for its traditional food amplang, as well as the cloth sarung samarinda. The city also has a bridge connecting its river banks, Mahakam Bridge. The city center is on one side and the other side is named Samarinda Seberang.
Things to do in Samarinda
4 based on 112 reviews
Their smoked crab is awesome, smoky and still smooth, not dry. should try this when in Samarinda. in short vacation if my friend want to go to Samarinda and i can go too i will eat lunch or dinner in this restaurant.. not to expensive too.
two thumbs up..
4 based on 20 reviews
A River view resto and cafe in the heart of Samarinda
4 based on 71 reviews
Menu favorites fried chicken is very typical and famous once. let alone eaten warm fitted on the tongue. complete with fresh lime sauce .. very fit on the tongue
4 based on 14 reviews
Martabak Banjar isn't Martabak as usually i ate. It's totally different. The taste a bit sweet but delicious. Could find at 06.00pm or 07.00pm (start to open) and this isn't restaurant. Martabak Banjar could find opposite the Aston Hotel Samarinda. Must try when you go to Samarinda.....
4 based on 77 reviews
4 based on 19 reviews
Come here for lunch to expect a warm spicy noodles.
Order Mie Godog Daging Super Pedas, and it came beautifully.
The taste was amazingly super yum, eeverything inside the noodles are to die for.
I would like to recommend improvement in the dining area.
It is too dark, and small and not really welcoming, I almost think that they was closed.
But for good taste, it is must try!
4 based on 14 reviews
4 based on 19 reviews
4 based on 12 reviews
Who doesn't like coffee especially at the starbucks...well here is my review..this afternoon i visit with two if my friends..and we choose open air to have a seat..but sadly it's full but i've seen one table only with one chair..after that i've looked another one chair in the corner..it's quite annoying if i did my self to take that chair..and i ask Mr Faiz (supervisor) which is standing in front of me and im asking him to ask thr visitor who neat that chair whether those chair is available or not..but you know what is the answer..he straight to the point to rejected my wish..after that im asking to the lady in the cashier and the cashier said "this is a self service" right through my face with the unfriendly face..hello....it's different ambience that i felt with another starbucks i felt those baristas face thinking im newly person who tried strbx..i felt different way witj any stbx that i've ever visit especially in batam (mega mall and hang nadim airport) even they dont know yet their customers they treat us like a friend..that is the differnt if being baristas in stbx and other coffee shop....this is very dissapointed i feel humiliated in there..i came there because of the coffee not the baristas..the way they treat customers are different..seems like they chose the customers...
4 based on 29 reviews
The tenants are famous for the locals.
Various of food choices.
Free parking lot, which is very rare in the town
the payment method is very primitive. only accept cash and we have to queue twice, firstly at the tenant when ordering food, secondly at the cashier to pay the bill, which is not practical when it is crowded. i felt frustrated when it happened. they must consider using prepaid card for more pratical use. I do not want to go there in the weekend.
the waitresses or the tenants are lazy to deliver the food if we sit too far from them. that time i ordered Sabindo, i had to collect the food i ordered at the tenant, it made me queue 3 times just to have the food and teh tarik there. I will never order at Sabindo anymore.
suggestion: you must provide small change money, because the cashier seldom give you the change money
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