Tanahgrogot isn't the only place in this popular region worth seeing; visitors can also set out to see the special qualities of the nearby landscapes, cities and cultural attractions.
Kalimantan is home to some important temples and other holy sites, ideal places to catch a glimpse of Tanahgrogot's spiritual heart.
Travelers who prefer getting off the main tourist trail will enjoy Tanahgrogot's guided nature walks and wildlife spotting tours. If you're not one to take a break from work simply to relax by the pool all day, the Tanahgrogot area offers plenty of outdoor-adventure pursuits like mountain climbing and hiking.
Local food is an important part of any place and an excellent way to get a feel for a place. Don't leave the area without sampling kolo mee (dry tossed egg noodle salad) and also midin (stir fried jungle fern with shrimp paste).
Much of Kalimantan acknowledges Independence Day on the 17th of August, so be prepared for changes to business hours and increased demand for transport.
No matter how far you have traveled and however long you stay, memories of Kalimantan will linger with you for years.