The general picture of rural and coastal regions shows a unique phenomenon. On the one hand, they are traditionally thriving of natural resources. On the other hand, they are typically characterized as less-developed, isolated and marginalized community. Economic and social development indicators indicate that they has been lacking of basic service facilities as well as far from being well-informed society. Kalimantan, the biggest island in Indonesia, is also experiencing similar situation compared to its people. Development program and process in this region has frequently considered to be failed in leveraging people's welfare and improving competitiveness of local products. Consequently, coastal and remote society remains deprived, elucidating how “vicious circle of poverty” works.