KIND OF PLACE
1. Blenduk Church
Blenduk Church is the oldest Christian church in Central Java built by the Dutch people who lived in the city in 1753, with a hexagonal form.This church is actually called GPIB Immanuel Church, on Jl. Letjend. Suprapto 32.
1. Borobudur Temple
Borobudur is a Buddhist temple located in Borobudur, Magelang, Central Java, Indonesia. Location of the temple is approximately 100 km to the southwest of Semarang, 86 km west of Surakarta, and 40 km to the northwest of Yogyakarta.
2. Lawang Sewu
Lawang Sewu is a historic building building in Indonesia located in Semarang City, Central Java. This building,
formerly the office of Nederlands-Indische Spoorweg Maatschappij or NIS.
1. Kota Lama ( Little Netherland )
The Old Town area of ??Semarang is also called Outstadt. The area is around 31 hectares. Judging from the geographical conditions, it appears that this area is separate from the surrounding area, so it looks like a separate city with the nickname "Little Netherland". The Semarang Old Town area is a silent witness of Indonesian history of the Dutch colonial period for more than 2 centuries, and its location is adjacent to the economic area. In this place there are about 50 ancient buildings that still stand firm and have a history of Colonialism in Semarang
2. SAM PO KONG
The Sam Po Kong Stone Temple Temple is a petilasan, the former landmark and the first landing of an Islamic admiral named Zheng He / Cheng Ho.
3. Tugu Muda
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1. Umbul Sidomukti
This tourist icon is a swimming pool called Taman Swimming Alam. The uniqueness of this swimming pool is the direct view overlooking the mountain and water from the mountain's natural springs. Other facilities at Umbul Sidomukti are lodging, restaurants, cafes, outbound areas, and Instagramable photo spots.