Tanjung Puting National Park (TNTP) is located at the Peninsula of South West central Borneo and is a preserved area for plants and wild animals. An area of about 415 040 ha, it was firstly preserved by the Dutch Government on June 13, 1936, followed by the Forest Minister of Republic Indonesia on May 12, 1982. This park is the largest tropical rain forest in South East Asia.
The area is predominantly flat, undulating to an altitude of 0 – 100 meters above sea level. The temperature range in this region is between 22-32°C, with an average humidity of approx. 87%.