Castles in Indonesia

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Castles in Indonesia

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  • Purnama S
    Tangerang, Indonesia66 contributions
    Bogor Palace is another home for the President of Indonesia besides the state palace. The president often uses the Bogor palace for state activities. Bogor Palace will be opened to the public during certain seasons.

    Usually, the palace opens during the school holidays. When opened, visitors can look around and observe the contents of the palace. Usually visitors will be accompanied by a guide (school group/tour group)
    Written October 30, 2021
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  • Lina Maharani
    Bekasi, Indonesia8 contributions
    When you came to Cirebon I think you have to visit this place. Since this is one of the Keraton in Cirebon. Very interesting visiting it. Especially they have "Museum Pusaka". In that musem you can see traditional Cirebon Weapon and some ceramic that given from China.
    Written January 5, 2020
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  • Bobby S
    Jakarta, Indonesia1,946 contributions
    One of the royal families in Solo. Well maintained palace eventhough it's not big. The guide - pak Asep - was very knowledgeable and explained every detail to us from the main pendopo to the museum that contained many royal artifacts and gifts. After museum it led to royal lady wing with beautiful garden. This area can be rented for private occasion with garden party theme. It's certainly a good experience to visit this palace that designed in javanese style and philosophy with dutch influence and overseas ornaments.
    Written December 16, 2019
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  • Pengelana_tulen
    Jakarta, Indonesia30 contributions
    Nice place for visit in bengkulu, you can learn the history of bengkulu here the view is oke near the ocean
    Written June 11, 2019
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  • Solodam J
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands34,486 contributions
    Actually this palace has a lot to tell to the tourist as well local as foreigner. There is no good management about the tourism here. The museum is almost no changing since decade. It's nice to see such beautiful Sunanate palace ( Kasunanan). The mix architecture, javanese and dutch style and decorated by the european statues scattered everywhere in the museum complex. The most interesting is the very old "Sawo Kecik" trees. You can hardly find it anywhere else in solo. Every object in this museum has meaning. It's too complicated to understand if you don't know the history of this sunanate and knowing a bit javanese culture. The palace complex area is called Baluwarti and it is surrounded by the high wall. If you have enough time, take a walk in the complex as Baluwarti has a lot of artists of painting, handicrafting, dancing and more. The most famous of this palace is the holy "Kebo Bule" ( albino water buffalo).
    Written June 2, 2020
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  • Destination: None
    62 contributions
    This is the main tourist destination in Siak. Being a remaining heritage of the Sultanate, visitors could see the history and artefacts inside. There are many other attractions in this area.
    Written December 27, 2018
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