Sambas Botanical garden

In line with Indonesia’s 21 biodiversity conservation agenda and ex-situ conservation strategies for botanical gardens in Indonesia, the Sambas Botanical Garden was built to complement the ex-situ conservation area of ​​botanical gardens in Indonesia. Sambas Botanical Garden was developed to conserve plants with the priority of typical Kalimantan plants. Sambas Botanical Garden is the only botanical garden in West Kalimantan Province that will become a conservation area for plants and education and research areas, and will become a green outdoor tourist spot. The Sambas Botanical Garden is located in Sabung Village, Subah District, Sambas Regency with a distance of ± 50 km from Sambas City. Construction of botanical gardens in this location is needed to conserve local plants, so that the location is not completely converted into oil palm plantations. The Sambas Botanical Garden in general is land covered by secondary forest vegetation with lowland forest types and a little swamp forest and riparian forest dominated by Dipterocarpaceae with an area of ​​300 ha.
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