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De Tjolomadoe was initially built in 1861 as a sugar production plant, and was owned by the royal Mangkunegara family in Solo. After its closure in the 1990s, this place was abandoned, and has recently only got revamped and restored to serve as a tourist...More
This place was a sugar factory and now it become a museum.
The place is clean and really nice for those who like taking photos.
We just need to pay 25,000 Rupiah for entrance and can enjoy inside the museum which provide with cold and...More
Went there with my family. Entrance ticket costs 2 bucks per person. Worth it as they can preserve original machinery and building (even the tiles were original in most of the places). The storytelling was good but it was too short, honestly. Worth a visit...More
De Tjolomadoe was once among the largest sugar factory and has its own legendary story amid the VOC and old Mataram kingdom era. It is now converted to family friendly attraction consist of:
- A museum, where people can see the machinery and the sugar...More
Mega sugar old factory! Now become a museum. They keep the big machine inside, at the same location like they used to be. You'll find coffee shop inside and a ballroom inside. We can learn architecture things from here. Or just hanging around in the...More
It was a sugar factory built 1928 during Dutch occupation turned to functions, cafe, coffee and restaurants. Located at city of Solo can be reached from Yogyakarta about 1 hour. The old machines are still displayed
The spot is quite catchy, a very nice spot for taking selfies, from sugar factory and plantation to food and clothes plantation, a little information about the factory itself..just remains of machines with no information. Lack of Information.