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also Ban·djar·ma·sin  (băn′jər-mä′sĭn, bän′-)
A city of Indonesia on a delta island of southern Borneo. An important deep-water port, Banjarmasin was part of a Hindu kingdom in the 14th century and passed to Muslim rulers in the 15th century.


(ˌbændʒəˈmɑːsɪn) or


(Placename) a port in Indonesia, in SW Borneo. Pop: 527 415 (2000). Former spelling: Bandjarmasin or Bandjermasin


or Ban•djar•ma•sin

(ˌbɑn dʒərˈmɑ sɪn)

a seaport on the S coast of Borneo, in Indonesia. 481,371.
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My work among the Dutch trade records concerning the sixteenth and seventeenth century Banjarmasin pepper entrepot convinces me that there is a need to factor in commodity exchanges -- notably of cotton cloth and foodstuffs (e.
The first failure was when he lost his territory near Banjarmasin in southern Borneo after the Dutch authorities returned to Java in 1816 and regained control of their former possessions from the British East India Company (EIC).
Regional urban centers and the extensive coal mining industry provide near term gas monetization opportunities, while the coastal location near Banjarmasin and the Bontang LNG facility offers access to north Asian markets.
pilgrims) Airports 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Jakarta 68,828 73,891 60,008 59,468 60,781 Surabaya 79,656 78,159 39,353 39,246 40,455 Ujung Pandang 39,826 28,774 13,550 13,678 15,758 Medan 24,137 16,077 8,078 8,014 8,278 Balikpapan 13,372 10,180 5,258 5,264 5,586 Solo 55,896 64,929 33,032 32,940 33,310 Iskandar Muda 9,385 7,709 3,635 3,595 4,133 Batam 20,494 19,638 9,782 9,775 10,028 Banjarmasin 13,316 9,676 4,736 4,789 5,184 Palembang -- 14,617 7,356 7,348 7,512 Padang -- 14,415 7,391 7,297 7,643 Total 324,910 338,065 192,179 191,414 198,668 Growth (%) 4 -43,2 -0,4 3,8 Source: Air transport directorate of the transport ministry Table--15 Number of foreign tourists by entrance gates, 2008-2012 * (000 tourists) Airports 2008 2009 2010 Polonia, Medan 130.
The delicate subject of wartime atrocities is objectively deliberated, covering incidents such as the Long Nawang massacre, pogroms in Banjarmasin and Pontinanak, and the infamous Sandakan Death Marches (Chapter Eight).
The carrier furthermore plans to open new routes, in addition to increasing frequencies on existing ones, like Makassar Banjarmasin and Makassar Yogyakarta.
Bank BJB has opened new branches in Banjarmasin, Palembang, and Lampung, bringing the total number of its offices to 56 units all over the country.
This was attended by delegations of senior executive and academic staff from ten major tertiary institutions on Borneo, including UBD, Universitas Mulawarman of Samarinda East Kalimantan, Universitas Lambung Mangkurat of Banjarmasin South Kalimantan, Universitas Balikpapan of East Kalimantan, Universitas Tanjungpura of West Kalimantan, Universitas Palangka Raya of Central Kalimantan, Institut Dayakologi, Sekolah Tinggi Pastoral Keuskupan Agung of Pontianak West Kalimantan, Mata Enggan Institut (MEI) of Pontianak West Kalimantan, Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) and Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS).
Sharia bank branches will be opened in Bumi Serpong Damai, Jakarta, and Banjarmasin.
Development of highways will provide connections between main cities like Samarinda, Banjarmasin, Palangkaya, and Pontianak in Kalimantan.