With abundant deposits of coal and hardwood-rich forests, Batulicin, a town in South Kalimantan has been an alluring
crossroad for businessmen and travelers. Deep, dark and exotic, the very notion of Kalimantan rouses something
in the subconscious. Summoning visions of the local Dayak people and ancient forests, it tugs at the adventurer within.
Mountains, forests and mighty rivers stretch across the interior, influencing the culture, history and livelihoods of
villages throughout. Dawn canoe rides to floating markets and dusk journeys through its enigmatic canals imbue
travelers and businessmen with a taste of modern culture.
The hotel, spa and karaoke are designed around the various elements that make up the modern Kalimantan - ancient
forests, farming life of the Dayak people and local produce sold from the floating markets, boasts not only a rich blend
of colors and textures, but also preserving old culture and traditions. Ebony Hotel at Batulicin is a marry of the old and
new, seeking out to offer guests with a comfortable stay and at the same time an exquisitely unique hotel experience.