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Jakarta Tourism Destinations Part 2

Jakarta Tourism Destinations Part 2
4/25/2016
Jakarta Tourism Destinations Part 2



13. Monumen Nasional (Monas)


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National Monument or better known as Monas monument or a memorial at 132 meters (433 feet), which was built to commemorate the resistance and struggle of the people of Indonesia to win independence from Dutch colonial rule. Establishment of this monument began on August 17, 1961 under the administration of president Soekarno, and opened to the public on July 12, 1975. The highlight of the monument include flame coated gold leaf as a symbol of the fighting spirit that continues to flare. National Monument is located right in the center of Merdeka Square , Central Jakarta. Monas is one of the favorite tourist attractions society and open every day starting at 8:00 to 15.00 pm. On the last mont is closed to the public.

14. Museum Purna Bhakti Pertiwi


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Purna Bhakti Pertiwi Museum (MPBP) is a museum founded by Yayasan Purna Bhakti Pertiwi on the initiative of Mrs. Tien Soeharto. The museum is located at Jl. Taman Mini I, Jakarta 13560 has a collection if souvenirs and objects that are relevant to the task of President of the Republic Indonesia trip 2nd, HM Soeharto.

15. Seaworld Indonesia


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Seaworld Indonesia is a mini replica of the charm of the sea contained in an arena tour in the first and second integrated Ponds Golf Ancol Jakarta Bay City. Teritority Seaworld about 3 hectares with an area of the main building of 4.500 m2 contains various aquariums, hallway Antasena (hallway under water) , libraries , museums, fish theraphy doctor, glow theater, computer educative touch screen contains information on a range of species at Seaworld and variety of complementary facilities for tourist such as where to eat , souvenir shops, and a multipurpose room. Seaworld is a favorite tourist spot Jakarta is not only to residents in the also from neighboring countries was happy to come here.

16. Museum Tekstil


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The building itself was originally a private home a French citizen who was built in the 19th century. It was then purchased by the Turkish consul named Abdul Aziz Al Katiri Almusawwi who live and stay in Indonesia. Furthermore, 1942 was sold to Dr. Karel Christian Cruq. In the struggle for Indonesian independences, the building was once the headquarters of the Barisan Keamanan Rakyat (BKR) and in 1947 occupied by Lie Sion Pin. In 1952 was bought by Ministry of Social Affairs and on October 25, 1975 given to the Jakarta Government and then on June 28, 1976 was officially opened as the Museum of Textiles.

17. Gelora Bung Karno Stadium


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Gelora Bung Karno Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Jakarta, Indonesia and is part of the sports area Bung Karno Stadium. In addition to being a venue for sporting events or important events that require large capacity audience of this place is a tourist spot Jakarta ideal for sports purposes, especially in the early morning or late afternoon.

18. Kota Tua Jakarta


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Jakarta tourist spot is also known as Old Batavia (Oud Batavia), which is a small area in Jakarta. This particular areas has an area of 1,3 square kilometers across the North Jakarta and West Jakarta( its the area Pinangsia, Taman Sari and Roa Malaka) Given the nickname "Jewel of Asia" and "Queen of the East" in the 16th century by European voyagers, Jakarta Lama referred to as a trading center in Asia because of its strategic location and rich resources.

19. Museum Arsip Nasional


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National Archives Museum located on Jl Gajah Mada No. 111, West Jakarta. At first, this building is the former home of the Governor General of VOC, Reiner de Klerk built in the 18th century the Dutch East Indies Department of Mines occupied the building until 1925. Afterwards, the building was used as an" Archive Center" where after Indonesia became independent National Archives Building. And now the National Archives Museum.

20. Pelabuhan Sunda Kelapa


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Sunda Kelapa is the name of the port and surrounding places in Jakarta. This port is located in the village Penjaringan, Penjaringan subdistrict, North Jakarta. Even today Sunda Kelapa just the name of one port in Jakarta, the area is very crucial because the village arround the port of Sunda Kelapa is the forerunner of the city that determined his birthday on June 22, 1527. At that time Kalapa, his real name, is a royal port Pajajaran capital in Pakuan ( now Bogor ), which was captured by the troops of Demak and Cirebon. Although the anniversary of the city was inaugurated in the 16th century, the history of sunda Kelapa had begun much earlier, namely in Pajajaran era predecessors, the Kingdom Tarumanagara. Tarumanagara Kingdom have also experienced attack and conquest by kingdom of Sriwijaya of Sumatra. Currently Sunda Kelapa Harbor Jakarta is a tourist spot that is not less exciting especially for shooting objects.

21. Stasiun Kota


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Jakarta Kota Railways Station, also known as Beos Station is the largest train station in Indonesia with old age in sub pinangsia, the old city. The station is one of the few stations in Indonesia with the kind of terminus ( end of travel ) , which does not have the advanced track. The existention now moot doe to renovation plans for the addition of a commercial area. In fact, this station has been inaugurated as a cultural heritage, because in addition to ancient building, the station is unique as the destination station last trip. As well as Surabaya City Station or Station Semut in Surabaya, which is a cultural heritage. Not a few users maje a train station Jakarta City as a tourist spot for a stroll and see the atmosphere.

22. Taman Suropati


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Suropati Park ( Originally named Burgemeester Bisschopplein ) is the name of a park in Jakarta. At first the name of the park is immortalized on the name of the Mayor ( Burgemeester ) Batavia was first G.J. Bisshop (1916-1920). This park is the centerof Menteng, is located exactly between the confluence of three major roads namely Menteng Boulevard ( Jl. Teuku Umar ) , Orange Boulevard ( Jl. Diponegoro ) and Nassau Boulevard ( Jl. Imam Bonjol ). Initially shaped hill, then dismantled and some land transferred to Jl. Besuki. Area field began planting trees and flowers since 1920. The field, now called Suropati Park since 1920 has replaced the vast circular field Moojen Plan. Suropati cool garden, started  a few years ago equipped with the object sculptures by sculptors from all ASEAN countries. This park is one of the favorite choice of people to tourist attractions in Central Jakarta holiday to just relax and exercise.

23. Gedung Fatahillah


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Fatahillah Museum, known as the Jakarta History Museum or Batavia Museum is a museum located in Jalan Taman Fatahillah No. 2 West Jakarta with an area of over 1.300 square meters. This building used to be a City Hall ( Dutch : Stadhuis ) which was established in 1707 to 1710 by order of Governor General Johan van Hoorn. The building was similar to the Dam Palace in Amsterdam, there is a main room equipped with two wings on the east and west as well sanding the building used as an office, court rooms, and underground spaces area used as a prison. On March 30, 1974, the building was designated as Fatahillah Museum.