Indonesia Miniature


The excursion will be going to the beautiful Indonesia in a Miniature Park. We will be visiting several pavilions illustrating the multifaceted Indonesia culture, also will visit the Museum of Indonesia here displayed what is perhaps; the best collection of Indonesian artifacts and handicrafts of the country, including 34 mannequin couples dressed in local wedding costumes.

DURATION: Approximately 5 hours.
TOUR TYPE: Seat in Coach (= joining with our other passengers) and Private Tour.
DEPARTURE: Daily with minimum 2 persons per booking.
BOOKING CONDITIONS: Instant confirmation with allotment of 3 days’ cutoff date.
PICK UP PLACE: At any Hotel where you stay in Jakarta. 
PICK UP TIME: Within 08:00 am to 08:30 am.
INCLUSIONS: (1) Air Conditioned Mini-Van, (2) 
English Speaking Guide, (3) All entrance fees as specified in the program.
EXCLUSIONS: (1) Personal expenses, (2) 
Gratuities for tour guide and driver.

Taman Mini Indonesia Indah (Beautiful Indonesia in Miniature Park) is Indonesia's cultural park and the answer to every visitor's prayer to see the magnificent archipelago in just one day. An extensive park to get a glimpse of the diverseness of the Indonesian archipelago, it represents Indonesia's 34 provinces and their outstanding characteristics, reflected most strikingly in the exact regional architecture of the province. An extensive theme park set in over 100 hectares on the outskirts of Jakarta; the All Indonesian islands are realistically reproduced in miniature in a central lake and around the lakes, there are pavilions. Each pavilion is representative of each province firm the traditional architectural style in miniature to a wonderful display of cultural items and exhibits. The park's centerpiece is a beautiful artificial lake. It has its own orchid garden, bird-park with a walk-in aviary, IMAX theater, a fauna museum, also recreational grounds. The highlight is the Museum Indonesia, housing contemporary arts crafts and traditional costumes from around the country. The complex was the brainchild of Madam Tien Soeharto, the late Indonesian first lady.


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