From February 15-26, 2015, 20 KULeuven MaHS-MaUSP students and 4 staffs went on a fieldtrip to Banjarmasin, Indonesia. The invitation was by UN-Habitat, implementing the initiative “Making Urban Investment Planning Work” in partnership with the Directorate General of Human Settlements (DGHS) of the Ministry of Public Works.The final works, produced by students were presented in the “World Urbanism Seminar 2015” organized by KU Leuven. This is one of the five projects, which investigates Banjarbaru's existing characteristics (of Landscape and urban tissue) and proposes strategies to guide the future urban development of Banjarbaru.