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Kanoman Palace

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David Ale wrote a review Feb 2019
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No entry fee to the palace, this is not a museum but rather a working place. Worth a quick look (20 mins). Ask a local shop owner for a tour.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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nuningloft wrote a review Aug 2018
Karawang, Indonesia1133 contributions70 helpful votes
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First time come for me to this old palace. Since the entrance is starting from Kanoman market, i never imagine if there some palace. Lack of information for the visitor to enter, so i just saw from the outside only. So far, really so sad to see this palace.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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teunes_suma wrote a review Dec 2017
Jakarta, Indonesia80 contributions11 helpful votes
approaching this area make me disappointed due to the trash everywhere, the place just like never been maintain at all
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Date of experience: December 2017
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Afry wrote a review Nov 2017
Tangerang, Indonesia40 contributions
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The outside place is so attractive and quiet. You can go inside the museum to see the artifact or you can go to the Keraton to see the room inside. Need more attention from the goverment.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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Huika wrote a review Oct 2017
Jakarta, Indonesia397 contributions68 helpful votes
Kanomanan Palace is the residential palace of Sultan Anom the 13th and his family. The small Sultanate was the result of the Cirebon Sultanate division back in the 17th century. The building is rather odd and unkept. We went inside the throne room and stunned by its horrid design. It reflects the sacred cave of Sunyaragi, where the Royals and Priests went to meditate centuries ago.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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