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One of the temple buildings in Sam Po Kong temple complex, Semarang. Simongan No. It was extensively renovated in to celebrate the th anniversary of Cheng Ho's voyage to Semarang.. This was where the old walled city was located. The wall is no longer there, but many of the old building remain, especially in the area called Kota Lama The Old Town or Oudstadt.
On certain months, this part of Semarang is flooded by the rising tide called "rob" in Javanese. Tanjung Mas. A busy, important port during Dutch occupation from 17th century to The name means "domed church". A beautiful Protestant church built in , it is the oldest church in Semarang. The oldest major railway station in Java, completed in At night, you can eat, drink, or just wander around Simpang Lima.
It has a total area of 89, square metres. Suitable for family recreation. Sriwijaya No. A weekly show of Javanese drama, with stories from folklore, mahabarata, ramayana, etc. Before you get into the hilly area named Bukit Sari, you will see on your left Taman Tabanas Gombel where you can stop by, drink tea and see Semarang from the hill.
It's a really beautiful view in the daytime and a very special romantic view during the nighttime. This monument commemorates the 5 days of fierce battle October , between Indonesian freedom fighters and Japanese soldiers who refused to surrender. Stained glass window viewed from inside Lawang Sewu. It was built as the headquarters of the local railway company. Lawang Sewu's main attraction is its tall stained glass window. The building is now undergoing restoration although it is still open to the public.
Tour guides are available at the building's entrance. Though reputed to be haunted due to the great number of executions there during WWII, Lawang Sewu remains one of Semarang's most prominent landmarks. Museums[ edit ] Museum Ronggowarsito, Jl. Abdurrahman Saleh No. Javanese culture and art. Setiabudi no. Monday to Friday, Indonesian Record Museum.