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With 13,000 islands and 27 provinces, it's hard to see all of Indonesia. Taman Mini Indonesia is a park filled with famous buildings from all parts of Indonesia and authentic examples of the various cultures through Indonesia. The park includes a...more
Hours Today: 07:00 - 22:00
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Jl. Cipayung Raya | East Jakarta, Jakarta 13840, Indonesia
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Taman mini Indonesia is a good start to learn about the country. They have pavilion from West to East province of Indonesia and view them best on a cable car ride. Make sure you visit the pavilions of Bali
A good place to know about the Indonesian culture. Although they call it a mini park but it's huge. View from cable car was really good. One of the main attractions, lake in the centre was not having enough water. Some really good museums, some...More
It is a splendid place to spend a day and to have a glimpse at how huge and different is Indonesia. Some of the places are hosting private parties and we enjoyed taking part to one where people sung, danced and watched performances of various...More
Summary of Indonesia islands, culture food habitat etc. A good place to spend a day with family. Good attraction for kids but could be better managed. Recommendation: Try the cable car, to have a quick look of complete location.
It took us a while to get to this place, because we wanted a DIY experience. However, the place did not disappoint. It is a nice place to check out if you want to see the different Indonesian architecture in its different islands. It's a...More
It is really a big place to explore and you have to have a mode of transport to explore everything. You cannot really walk from place to place in this park. I advise that for tourists to get a package tour or rent a car...More