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Istiqlal Mosque

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Istiqlal Mosque

2,678 Reviews
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Visit Tangkuban Parahu Volcano which is still active, that you can see the crater closely, smell sulfur and see a puff of smoke from the crater of Tangkuban Parahu Volcano. On the way to volcano, you will pass through a vast expanse of tea plantations and we will pass the local village with a vast expanse of rice fields around it. You can see the activities of farmers planting and plowing rice fields and even harvesting rice in the fields. Before returning to Jakarta, do not miss to relax and soaking in a hot spring whose water comes from the crater of Tangkuban Parahu Vulcano, after that try to explore Fruit Market and try fresh local fruit such as : the Mangostins & Honey Pineapples.
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Masagos Bin Abd wrote a review Aug 2020
4 contributions
ive been there many times, hope could be there in this new normall , with my wife i go to several places in jakarta , but this mosque its a must
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Date of experience: November 2019
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khanh phuong wrote a review Feb 2020
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I had bad experience here, it’s not about the mosque but about the man who introduced us about the mosque. He was quite old and he worked there. Firstly, he prevented us to go inside and demanded us to wear long jacket on. It’s ok, then he told us to wait and he needed to ask someone to let us get in. He was friendly at that time, and he showed us around. After that, he asked us to donate for the mosque. It’s ok though. But then he demanded us to pay 50 rupiahs each !!! We just gave him 25 rupiahs each cuz we just wanted to get out of here. And he spoke something in bahasa that we didn’t understand, but we could feel his anger. Then we wanted to take our shoes, he asked for money again !!!! That’s really bad for a big mosque like this. I hope the authority can solve the problems. I met so many amazing people here until this case happened (Our group has an Indonesian girl, he didn’t tell any price firstly, and he scolded with bahasa at her, she cried after we left that mosque)
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Date of experience: February 2020
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diosdado boregas wrote a review Feb 2020
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I have the same story where i was not able to see this mosque. due to my limited time. by nxt time I have to spare this time to visit
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Lorey wrote a review Feb 2020
West Chicago, Illinois7 contributions
Gigantic mosque in Jakarta, one of the biggest in the world. I believed it's one of the 5 largest mosques in the world. The architecture is unique, industrial style while many other mosque i have visited has middle east style of mosque.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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FormerCaliBoy wrote a review Feb 2020
Zurich, Switzerland19,478 contributions1,148 helpful votes
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We visited this largest mosque in S/E Asia. It’s difficult to find the entrance with all the construction around the mosque, but there does seem to be at least two. We entered on the southwest side. There is a tourist desk that will hold your shoes and issue you a sarong for a small fee. The mosque is large with people praying on the carpet under the massive dome. There were school kids learning to pray, while others inside just seemed to be inside under the large fans and out of the heat if the day. The exterior hall/walkways you will find people just relaxing, sleeping, eating, just keeping cool and meeting and hanging out with friends.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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