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Taman Mini "Indonesia Indah" (TMII) (English: "Beautiful Indonesia" Miniature Park) is a culture-based recreational area located in East Jakarta, Indonesia. It is operated by Yayasan Harapan Kita, a foundation established by Siti Hartinah, the first lady during most of the New Order and wife of Suharto, and still run by Suharto's descendants since his death. It has an area of about 100 hectares (250 acres). The park is a synopsis of Indonesian culture, with virtually all aspects of daily life in Indonesia's 26 (in 1975) provinces encapsulated in separate pavilions with the collections of rumah adat as the example of Indonesian vernacular architecture, clothing, dances and traditions are all depicted impeccably. Apart from that, there is a lake with a miniature of the archipelago in the middle of it, cable cars, museums, Keong Emas Imax cinema, a theater called the Theatre of My Homeland (Theater Tanah Airku) and other recreational facilities which make TMII one of the most popular tourist destinations in the city.
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This place is really like mini of Indonesia. You can bring your children here to introduce about Indonesia. Not only traditional houses or building, there are also museum, bird park, amusement park, and other places you should visit or try, including the iconic cable car. No worries about food, there are plenty of food stalls available. Also the parking lots is available everywhere. In short, it is a complete destination for you and family to spent one day vacation.
Indonesia is well known as a country with thousands of different ethnics and cultures. Taman Mini Indonesia Indah is the only place where we can find and learn about them all. Knowing and understanding the diversity of the cultures has great benefits to our generations unification. We have to realize that Indonesia is not made by a single religion nor it's made by a single ethnic group. These diversities are the foundation of our nation, from the west to east and from the north to south, we shall stand together as one nation.
Beautiful area. The old theater was very interesting to see. I can imagine that if you rent a boat that you could have a really nice day on the lake. I liked the bird park the best though. Interesting to see the different building styles from the different provinces. Food was nothing special but very affordable
Awesome! I love the museums and pavilions. U'll get to taste a little bit of every states/provinces in Indonesia who's culturally diverse and unique. Food stalls are everywhere. Toilets and prayer rooms are easy to locate too! On Saturday nights they have cultural performances. Great for families with kids.
A miniature of Indonesia in one place. Showcasing all 34 provinces in this country in their unique traditional houses, which each decorated with local art and culture products. If you only have one day and want to take a look of Indonesia in a brief, go to this place.
Very pretty park. The cable car ride was really fun, and the view you get from above is amazing. There are many museums inside that don't require additional fees that you can walk in to. Some of them have volunteer guides to chat with you in English. There are lots of photogenic spots for nice pictures. It's really big so be prepared to do lots of walking! Overall nice experience.
The name represents its content.. The mini Indonesia summarize in one place. This is a legendary place for family recreational trip. If you seek a place to spend with your family and learn Indonesia culture, this place is recommended for you. The cleanliness of the place needs a lot of improvements. The entrance fee is cheap, but you must to pay for every place here and there so the sum of money spent will be much. So many facilities need to be renewed. Hope Taman Mini will keep improving more and more so it will bring more convenience to the visitors.
Still needs some improvement here and there but they renewing bit by bit. A lot of interesting and informative place for children. You may need to pay here and there because entrance fee just to enjoy traditional houses and go around with car or motorcycle but you don't have to pay what you don't want. And mostly pretty cheap for museums.
The concept is ambitious: provide visitors with a glimpse into the wide variety of geography that is Indonesia. First step before you venture in is to take one of the two gondola rides and appreciate the size of this theme park. Overhead you can see the many "mini" communities built to showcase the local people and their cultures across the various Indonesian archipelago. You will find a water-park, a big pond in the middle of the park that represents the ocean and smaller islands are built to model the various Indonesian islands (Borneo, Sulawesi, Sumatra, etc). As you marvel at the scale and the flora, you'd be a bit saddened to find the some of these are just abandoned. Yes, the park is great and you will literally spend two days here trying to explore everything; it has become somewhat a place for the locals to just chill and for school children to get bussed in for their social studies outings. The experience is a let-down for foreigners. Your choice for food is very limited and the signage and guidance is sorely lacking. We spent nearly 20 minutes searching for a taxi stand! There is a bus that goes around but we only found it by chance! Poor pavement meant that our stroller had a workout. I really think you should visit this park but make sure you pack your lunch and lots of water bottles.
Best place to spend a day outdoors. Massive territory with many options of transportation. From bicycles and motorbikes to rent to buses, trains etc. Taman Mini Indonesia is the place where visitor is able to find out and understand culture of different ethnic groups of Indonesia. You can easily spend whole day exploring that beauties. Place is a must and very highly recommended.
Worth a visit with an area representing each province of Indonesia. But the place is huge, too big to just walk around. We rented bikes available just past the main entrance. That worked but the bikes did not have working gears or brakes - not that it really mattered as the place is generally flat.
Great park at the outskirt of the metropolitan; give you the chance to chill, to learn the Indonesian culture & heritage, and to practise almost whatever your hobby is. This place boasts several unique buildings and big halls that could also be booked for your wedding day or for whatever reasons that might suit you. Enjoy TMII! And welcome to Jakarta!
Taman mini Indonesia Indah Jakarta Indonesia Very pretty park. The cable car ride was really fun, and the view you get from above is amazing. There are many museums inside that don't require additional fees that you can walk in to. Some of them have volunteer guides to chat with you in English. There are lots of photogenic spots for nice pictures. It's really big so be prepared to do lots of walking! Overall nice experience.
Disneyland version of mini Indonesia that represent every single native living house from 34 Province separated on 5 big islands and thousands of small islands which also has their own culture, ethnic, and even language or dialect. This is a very wide range facility including hanging train that will perfectly give chance for visitor to explore and experience the 360 degree viewing from above. One of main destination picked by local when vacation day are coming, better not to prefer here on holiday or be prepare cause the crowded are reach it peak when holiday come, oppositely on the other normal day this place is so quite and rare of visitors that come by
Loved it. Cheap and cheerful. Entrance was 15000 each and the museum 5000 each Gondola ride 40000. It was still fasting so place was pretty empty. Very close to home so a good morning trip out. But the more you do the more you pay.
I was here yesterday. What a beautiful miniature of Indonesia. If you are a cultural lover, this place just fit you well.i went to insects museum and found beautiful butterflies species. The place is good but I think tmii should have all in ticket. Because we have to pay if we want to come in every museum or other entertainments. For me who wants all the ticket, this place is very expensive because the "not all in one ticket". The place is clean but some places are dirty with garbage everywhere. This place should have a better way to solve the garbage waste. The entrance tickets for weekend is 20000.
The houses and buildings representing Indonesia are OK, but it is not a really interesting place to visit. Far away from Jakarta city centre. If you go, make sure you play the laser game (as for Sky Laser Tag). It is loads of fun: the play area is quite big, and you will play against local families. It is so much fun! The game is cheap and it lasts about 15 min. You sweat and run like crazy. To go back to Jakarta, you can catch a bus right outside the park. Tell them the district you're going to, and the bus people will help you. They were very friendly. There is a Quran museum just before the buses, however, I could only visit the entrance as the inside was closed (arrived too late). It seemed really interesting, too bad.