Tomb of Kyai Gede is one of the tours located in West Kotawaringin in Central Kalimantan Province. It is one of the favorite tourist destinations for local tourism in West Kotawaringin, a lot of history is left in this Kyai Gede tomb where the tomb is very sacred in Central Kalimantan, one of the founders and spreaders of religion in Central Kalimantan, Ki Gede’s tomb was named in the Kotawaringin hulu Sub-District, lana District, West Regency, Central Kalimantan Province.
not like that which is one of the historical signs in Central Kalimantan, Palangkaraya Province, because the grave of this gadget leaves a great history where the founders and spreaders of religion in Central Kalimantan here also have the oldest mosque in Central Kalimantan and This tomb is one of history to commemorate the heroes who have resisted religion spreading religion in Central Kalimantan to go to Kyai Gede’s tomb tour Located in the old Kotawaringin sub-district if we are in Palangkaraya we cover a distance of about 9 hours with our distance of 489 km through Kotawaringin district, East then Kotawaringin Barat, we continued to go to Kota Lama Subdistrict to access Ki Gede’s grave if we are from Central Kalimantan province using two-wheeled or four-wheeled vehicles, but if we use large families and invite children and families it is highly recommended to use the wheel du a because the distance is very far and the road is very draining if we are seen from its rating, this method is a very prominent one where the rating on Google Maps shows 4.3 shows that tourism or tourism that comes here is very satisfied because many tourists often come here and endeavor because of the many histories of Ki Gede’s tomb Eat-eat like that. This spread Islam to West Kotawaringin in 1565 AD with followers of quite 40 people and Khatib Dayan.
to enter this big tour, free of charge or free, it turns out it doesn’t use parking anymore, but if we visit a big tourist that is usually with tradition after we visit this tomb, we spread coins to these children is one tradition that has never been abandoned the tourists.