Beautiful Indonesia in Miniature Park

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Beautiful Indonesia in Miniature Park

Beautiful Indonesia in Miniature Park
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7:00 AM - 10:00 PM
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7:00 AM - 10:00 PM
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7:00 AM - 10:00 PM
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7:00 AM - 10:00 PM
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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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Ivo Carneiro De Sousa
Macau, China146 contributions
There was probably a time in the 1960s or 1970s of countless worldwide imitations of the Disneyland recreative model. It is precisely the case of this Taman Mini Indonesia Indah, built up during the Suharto "New Order" dictatorship to display the "harmony" of the 26 provinces (now more than 30) of the country. The park is a little bit far away, takes some time to arrive on it, and one needs several hours to go through the different buildings, showcases, and examples of the Indonesian mosaic of architecture and cultures. Despite interesting, the park seems to have stagnated around the Suharto nationalist propaganda era and lacks urgent modernization. Moreover, it doesn't have primary amenities and modern communication instruments. It could be much useful to listen in an iPhone informative explanation on the vast cultural diversity of Indonesia exemplified in the park. One sees mosques, churches, palaces, traditional ethnic houses, lakes, waterfalls, birds, even a Komodo museum, and in the end, it is challenging to organize a sound memory of the place. I have asked for virtual guides or booklets in English but found nothing proper. In conclusion, without modernization and updating the experience risks to be tiring, what is the worst in tourist memory.
Written March 13, 2020
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feltroneu
George Town, Malaysia2,337 contributions
As the name implied this park created all the famous tourist architectures around Indonesia. Of course you won't be able to visit all of them in a day so we just choose some of them. Each miniature is really identical to the actual except the size. The park itself is rather big to cater all the 30 + over miniatures. Instead of taking car, we also took the cable car and it was a great experience to see those famous buildings from top. Highly recommended.
Written April 8, 2020
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AdFiaSasongko
Jakarta, Indonesia98 contributions
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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Lee Grint
Newcastle upon Tyne, UK329 contributions
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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MissGracie
Jakarta, Indonesia129 contributions
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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doctorfoxtrot
Taguig City, Philippines7,684 contributions
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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Shalini S
12 contributions
Business
The concept of mini Indonesia to showcase the rich culture of Indonesia in a park is excellent. But needs upliftment and upgradation and more enthusiasm in showcasing the Indonesian culture. English translation is a must and woefully lacking. The local guides are also useless and not helpful. Better wear walking shoes and come prepared to spend atleast 4 hours here if you want to explore to your hearts content. It's a beautiful park especially after a light rain. No good drinking water or restrooms. Better read some history and geography if you want to absorb what this park has to offer.
Written February 8, 2020
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Radja Sitanggang
Jakarta, Indonesia638 contributions
Friends
Taman Mini Indonesia Indah or commonly called TMII is a tourist place with the theme of Indonesian culture. Taman Mini stands on an area of around 150 hectares. This one tourist spot offers a summary of Indonesian culture from 34 provinces. Among them are regional platforms with traditional architectural styles, various regional dances, regional dress or traditional clothing, and various traditions found throughout the country. In addition, in the central part of Taman Mini, there is a lake which is a miniature picture of the Indonesian Archipelago.
Written February 10, 2019
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RadsKotian
Bangalore47 contributions
I was in Jakarta, Indonesia for about 45 days and the only thing i did for 43 days was to travel between my hotel and work. So what did in two days? I saw Indonesia.
The two places i visited in jakarta were 1. Sepa Island 2. Taman mini Indonesia.

When i enquired with the locals about TMI, i got the same reply from everyone. "It is sooooooooo farrrrrrrrrrrrr". If you are a business traveller and you have just one day with you, you are interested in architecture, culture and history, then TMI is the place to be in Jakarta. Its your fast track course in Indonesia's culture and life style.

TMI is a miniature creation of Indonesia. Each island of INdonesia is represented by a house which is fully furnished and decorated.

Tips:

1. Do not forget to collect the site map on ur arrival at TMI. Else you will be lost. The place is HUGE.
2. Wear comfortable shoes and cotton shirts/shorts/cap.
3. There are mini vans that take you around, but if you walk you will save time.
4. Take the sky ride first to take an overview of the place. Then choose the places you MUST visit . This way you will cover places of your interest.
5. Cover as much as possible with the island of your interest. Check out the architecture of the buildings, the furnitures inside the house, the accessories and clothes on display, the living quarters and kitchen.
6. Take a picture in front of each of the mini island. End of the day , you would have visited entire indonesia :)
Written January 5, 2011
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David K
London, UK30 contributions
Friends
I ALMOST decided not to to go to Taman Mini Indonesia Tangah based on some of the poor reviews on here. Now that I have been I can only say that you will be doing yourself a GREAT injustice if you ever come to Jakarta and do not visit Taman Mini Indonesia Tangah. If you the sort of person that is interested in understanding the cultures of places you travel to, then Taman Mini is the only way of attempting to get your head around the sheer diversity of the peoples and cultures that make up this vast archipelago.  Personally I would recommend taking a guided tour around  first on the little motorcycles - I would personally recommend a gentleman called Udin (+62182110806845) as a guide. He is a middle aged father (and grandpa), speaks and understands English relatively well, has vast knowledge both of Indonesia and history and has a very good character. The area the park covers is huge, so cover it by the small buses, car (if you have one) or the little motorcycles first. 
After you have been round once, you can attempt to walk around and go over the places that interest you again. There is so much to take in and learn that you probably need 3-4 days (but you need a good and knowledgeable tour guide). 
Some of the comments made here about some of the buildings and houses being dated are factual, however that does not negate the learning and appreciation on offer. And I would say I am not surprised that management would be struggling to maintain such s large portfolio of infrastructure considering that entrance fees were IDR 10,000 (US$ 0.75/ 75 cents) only and the only other entrance fees in the park are to the museums (IDR 15,000 ~ US$1) and the kids water park. Places like this would have similar pricing structures to theme parks like Disney world (Orlando & Paris), Legoland, Chessington, Warwick Castle or any of the stately houses in England etc. albeit Taman Mini Indonesia is more of an educational and experiencial theme park for the family. 
The two things I left Taman Mini with were an awe at the diversity of the people of Indonesia and second, a respectable appreciation of how Indonesia has managed to keep united despite the many differences (heritage and religion) and being separated into many islands. 
Written July 4, 2015
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