Meratus mountain lies at South Kalimantan, Indonesia, well known as the ophiolite outcrops as the result of obduction between Petternoster micro continent with Kalimantan, south-eastern part of the Sundaland continental plate. The “J” shape of Meratus mountain (Sikumbang, 1986), incated that Meratus mountain had experienced deformation from it original shape. Paleomagnetism data from Miocene Microdiorite located at Gunung Kukusan suggests that Meratus had been rotated 380 counter clockwise (Fuller, 1999). Several major sinistral srike-slip faults had been encounters in the middle of the “J” shape of Meratus mountain that seperated Meratus to be the Southern part and the nothern part. The faults were the central of Meratus mountain rotation to form the “J” shape of present day Meratus mountain. The mechanism of the Meratus rotation was caused by sinistral strike-slip faults that produce the effect of a look-like rotation.