Beautiful Indonesia in Miniature Park

Beautiful Indonesia in Miniature Park

Beautiful Indonesia in Miniature Park
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7:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Monday
7:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Tuesday
7:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Wednesday
7:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Thursday
7:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Friday
7:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Saturday
7:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Sunday
7:00 AM - 10:00 PM
About
Taman Mini Indonesia Indah (TMII) merupakan suatu kawasan taman wisata bertema budaya Indonesia di Jakarta Timur dengan area seluas kurang lebih 150 hektar atau 1,5 kilometer persegi. Taman ini merupakan rangkuman kebudayaan bangsa Indonesia, yang mencakup berbagai aspek kehidupan sehari-hari masyarakat 33 provinsi Indonesia (pada tahun 1975) yang ditampilkan dalam anjungan daerah berarsitektur tradisional, serta menampilkan aneka busana, tarian dan tradisi daerah. Disamping itu, di tengah-tengah TMII terdapat sebuah danau yang menggambarkan miniatur kepulauan Indonesia di tengahnya, kereta gantung, berbagai museum, dan Teater IMAX Keong Mas dan Teater Tanah Airku), berbagai sarana rekreasi ini menjadikan TMIII sebagai salah satu kawasan wisata terkemuka di ibu kota.
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  • rlahuddin
    Jakarta, Indonesia338 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Paradise in the city
    If you came from country with cycling culture, you must visit this place. No car or motorcycle allowed in the area. You will see many Indonesian traditional house, dance and shows, in a green protected huge park with a bike lane with ticket only 3USD per person. i really recommended this place if u only have limited time but want to see and learn more about indonesia.
    Visited May 2023
    Traveled solo
    Written May 6, 2023
  • Hasoko
    Bogor, Indonesia1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Best place
    Become better after revitalisation. Cleaner pedestrian, still the best place to get to know about Indonesian cultures & sciences in a fun way. Suggest you guys to use sunscreen, hat and comfortable shoes.
    Visited September 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written September 14, 2023
  • Jeremy E
    115 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    So much potential, but not taking advantage of what's been built
    The buildings are really beautiful, but maybe 10% were open on a Sunday. Saw some great kids dance competitions (incredible costumes), and a few museums, but almost all buildings are locked up, and no signs other than the name of the region. Of course it's hot, but with only electric vehicles it was relaxing to walk around without the constant noise of cars. The cable car (extra cost) was fun and a great way to see things from the air; the shuttle bus (free) also gave an overview. Unfortunately the narration is only in Bahasa, so not great for foreign tourists. And the museum signs are almost all in Bahasa only. It was interesting to see several new buildings under construction. What they need is to invest in more people to explain what they have. This could be a great place for both locals and tourists, but it seems to be falling short of its potential.
    Visited October 2023
    Traveled solo
    Written October 15, 2023
  • Getaway07559825025
    3 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Always worth a visit
    I had been a regular visitor to Tamin Mini between 2009 until 2019 on my annual visits to Indonesia but Covid and the restoration meant I had missed the last few years. I totally loved this place being somewhere you can spend a day without playing any of the additional fees to go in the specific museums even though the charge is not high it can add up. The individual themed museums are mostly good but some exibits in the technical ones are not what I would call up to standard especially the steam locomotives rotting away in the transport museum. One aspect that could be improved is the cable car rides on which yo get on and off at the same place after doing a lap of each circuit, the cable car stations are not adjacent so if you want to go on more than one walking is involved. Room for improvement as there has always been. There used to be a railway around Tamin Mini which does not now seem to be running and staff I asked seemed not to know if it will again but they are now employed by the government so I would not expect them to know anything. To rent the golf cart was 800,000 IDR for 2 hours £41 ($51 US) but it was not clear if this was the self drive or with a driver as the man in charge was away and a junior was in charge. But there are free electric shuttle busses now the area has gone green (ignore ppl burning rubbish which you can see from cable car) and walking always an option. You need to get here early especially if you intend to use the shuttle busses, not so bad weekdays but this still is a popular place. Another reason to go early is the proximity of Indonesia to the equator, yesterday Jan 16th it was 35C in the afternoon. The most amusing thing is that you can book online however the cost is exactly the same plus an additional booking fee. I am sure some of the minor glitches will be sorted I do not need to post pictures because they will be no different to the many posted.
    Visited December 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written January 16, 2024
  • bookmuseumtravel
    14 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    So much improvements had been made
    I was so glad that this huge complex got renovated after unmaintained for so long. The landscape, some museums and traditional houses were already refreshed and updated but some were still need improvement. The Bird Park and the Komodo Museum had been renovated into awesome attractions. I do hope that they will renovate the Indonesia Science Center (PP-IPTEK), Transportation Museum as well as other museums too in the near future. The toilets are now easy to find, scattered in all buildings even in the parking lot and they are all clean. Oh, don't forget to prepare your seat before 6pm in the Plaza Promenade to watch the dancing fountain Tirta Cerita that will tell you Indonesia famous folklores.
    Visited September 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written March 22, 2024
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N R Ningtyas
Depok, Indonesia3 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2023 • Family
It was closed along pandemic hit Indonesia, I thougt it was forever but they actually upgraded the places. Now they're already open with new face. In line with its name this place is miniature of Indonesia, since my country is big, you have to come at least once in a life to see Indonesia in a wrap. The ticket price is 25K, you can buy online or offline.

If you're travelling with kids, they will love this place. A lot facilities can attract kids such cable cars, museums, amusement park, swimming pool and children palace. My little brother did enjoy with "kereta gantung", you can see whole places from above. You'll spend 50k per person, I suggest you to order by traveloka because sometimes it's only charge 45k per person. You can visit "anjungan" (refers to traditional house) to see its uniqueness from province to province that Indonesia has.

Besides, they have several museums such as, museum of transportation, nautica and marines, science and technologies, birds and so on. Actually I visit it again after years because my lil bro is a railfans now. We visited museum of transportation, and get a good experience. They have a lot of trains collection and we tried the replica of steam train C19 series. It brought us to take a tour around the museum, you can buy the ticket for IDR 5K per person /trip.

Now, you cannot park your vehicle inside. They serve you shuttle bus to go around. You can park yours at the parking building which is quite far from the first shelter. When I visited, there're queue but it's not take any longer to start the ride because some cars already waited in line and it's free. I though It makes the air and environment more clean, one of TMII's new upgrade that I love.
Written March 23, 2023
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rlahuddin
Jakarta, Indonesia338 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2023 • Solo
If you came from country with cycling culture, you must visit this place. No car or motorcycle allowed in the area. You will see many Indonesian traditional house, dance and shows, in a green protected huge park with a bike lane with ticket only 3USD per person. i really recommended this place if u only have limited time but want to see and learn more about indonesia.
Written May 6, 2023
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Jeremy E
Fairfax VA115 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2023 • Solo
The buildings are really beautiful, but maybe 10% were open on a Sunday. Saw some great kids dance competitions (incredible costumes), and a few museums, but almost all buildings are locked up, and no signs other than the name of the region. Of course it's hot, but with only electric vehicles it was relaxing to walk around without the constant noise of cars. The cable car (extra cost) was fun and a great way to see things from the air; the shuttle bus (free) also gave an overview. Unfortunately the narration is only in Bahasa, so not great for foreign tourists. And the museum signs are almost all in Bahasa only.

It was interesting to see several new buildings under construction. What they need is to invest in more people to explain what they have.

This could be a great place for both locals and tourists, but it seems to be falling short of its potential.
Written October 15, 2023
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Eva Maria H
Copenhagen, Denmark57 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2023
Beautiful houses, but yet the place was dead.
I visited TMII with the expectation that this would be a place where I could learn more about various Indonesia provinces and their cultures, but in the end it was just a bunch of empty house, where there we no opportunity to learn new stuff or see beautiful traditional garbs and the like.
There is also a small knock-off of the Disney castle, it's nice, but it stick out like a sore thumb.
There is also a cable-car, and I hoped that a trip with that would improve my impression of the garden, but it did not.
Remember to bring plenty of water, there are very few shops where you can buy water in the park.
Written March 17, 2023
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AdFiaSasongko
Jakarta, Indonesia98 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2020 • Family
After many months staying at home we started going outdoors. We found TMII as the appropriate place, it was not too crowded, affordable and also a place that offered many educative experiences for children. We went to Taman Burung (bird park) and Museum ikan air tawar dan serangga (fresh water fish dan bug museum). All gave beautiful moments for us and there are so many other places inside TMII that we plan to go to later
Written December 13, 2020
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David F
Singapore4 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2023 • Solo
I took a public transport to the main gate (gate 3). Was told by the security to proceed to purchase an admission ticket on the left side of the gate. The ticketing booth was a temperary tent which was about 200 meters away & I have to walk under the hot sun (what if it rains?). The staff told me that there was free shuttle service located at the admin building about 200 meters on the right side of the main gate. That means I have to walk back. To main gate + another 200 meters in the open air! How horrible was the ticketing booth location?
When I reached the admin building, I was told that the shuttle service station was not there! The staff guided me to walk about 400 meters further in !
POOR MANAGEMENT!
Written January 23, 2023
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bookmuseumtravel
14 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2023 • Family
I was so glad that this huge complex got renovated after unmaintained for so long. The landscape, some museums and traditional houses were already refreshed and updated but some were still need improvement. The Bird Park and the Komodo Museum had been renovated into awesome attractions. I do hope that they will renovate the Indonesia Science Center (PP-IPTEK), Transportation Museum as well as other museums too in the near future.
The toilets are now easy to find, scattered in all buildings even in the parking lot and they are all clean.
Oh, don't forget to prepare your seat before 6pm in the Plaza Promenade to watch the dancing fountain Tirta Cerita that will tell you Indonesia famous folklores.
Written March 22, 2024
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Lee Grint
Newcastle upon Tyne, UK450 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2021 • Friends
This place is a really nice attraction in Jakarta, it's a peaceful area with alot to experience and see. The entrance fee and fees within the attraction itself are really good. It would be great for a family day out, or simply wanting to explore more about the Indonesian history and culture. Good cable car ride available here offering views of the full park itself. Food and Beverages available inside the attraction too. Easy enough for tourists to navigate around. I really recommend coming to see this place for a day out.
Written November 12, 2021
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doctorfoxtrot
Taguig City, Philippines8,194 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020 • Couples
Although this place is quite far from the city centre, it is a must visit attraction. You can see the country’s history and culture through the different villages all sorted out . Nice for photo ops , you need to bring transport since it’s quite tedious walking to the different places of interest . It’s nice to see and explore but I am quite disappointed with the Borobudur temples in literally miniature format. Moving around you can see food stalls and souvenir shops as well .
Written February 8, 2020
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MissGracie
Jakarta, Indonesia130 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2019
Indonesia is a big country, consist lots of islands, divided by oceans. Each island has their own culture, habits, unique houses, dresses, food, etc. So if you want to know more about Indonesia in a glimpse, you could come to TMII (Taman Mini Indonesia Indah) or Beatiful Indonesia in Miniature Park. In here, there's a lot of houses from every province in Indonesia. You can enter in each houses, and there you can find each tradition. Don't worry about the food, inside the park, there's a lot of restaurant, and museums.
Written October 13, 2020
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