|Shortest Duration||5h 30m|
|Trips Per Day||24|
Jakarta is the best destination for anyone who wants to feel the urban atmosphere. Anyone who has been to Jakarta would be tempted to explore its luxurious shopping malls. On the other hand, Jakarta also has historical tourist destinations scattered from the city center to its corners. For the citizens of Semarang, you can visit Jakarta by train for 5.5 to 6 hours of travel. Traveling by train offers more comfort and traffic free with the typical service of executive class trains. Ticket prices range from Rp255.000 per person.
|Train Name||Class||Price||Departure Time||Arrival Time||Duration|
|Argo Bromo Anggrek||Executive||Rp285.000||11:30||17:00||5h 30m|
|Argo Bromo Anggrek||Executive||Rp310.000||11:30||17:00||5h 30m|
|Argo Bromo Anggrek||Executive||Rp340.000||11:30||17:00||5h 30m|
|Argo Bromo Anggrek||Executive||Rp365.000||11:30||17:00||5h 30m|
|Argo Muria||Executive||Rp255.000||16:00||22:08||6h 8m|
|Argo Muria||Executive||Rp265.000||16:00||22:08||6h 8m|
|Argo Muria||Executive||Rp285.000||16:00||22:08||6h 8m|
|Argo Muria||Executive||Rp310.000||16:00||22:08||6h 8m|
|Argo Bromo Anggrek||Executive||Rp285.000||23:30||05:00||5h 30m|
|Argo Bromo Anggrek||Executive||Rp310.000||23:30||05:00||5h 30m|
|Argo Bromo Anggrek||Executive||Rp340.000||23:30||05:00||5h 30m|
|Argo Bromo Anggrek||Executive||Rp365.000||23:30||05:00||5h 30m|
Tawang Station is the largest station in the city of Semarang. The name is derived from the name of a nearby village, Tawangsari. Officially in operation since 1868, the Tawang Station became the oldest major railway station in Indonesia after Semarang Gudang Station.The station is located only about 5 kilometers from the city center, exactly on Jalan Taman Tawang No. 1, Tj. Mas, Semarang Utara, Semarang, Central Java 50211.
Its position is close to the tourist attractions, such as Kota Lama, so it is accessible.Semarang Tawang Station has much uniqueness. Its trademark is the train arrival bell that plays Gambang Semarang song. Another uniqueness is the changing height of the station. Every dry season, the station is at the height of 2 meters above sea level. Meanwhile, during the rainy season, the height of the station is down at the point of 0 meters.
Gambir is the largest station in Jakarta. As one of the icons of the capital, the station is standing in the center of town, next to Merdeka and the National Monument. Located at Jalan Medan Merdeka Timur No. 1, Gambir, Central Jakarta, Jakarta 10110, Gambir Station occupies a strategic location that connects it to various popular destinations in the capital which can be achieved by a variety of public transportations. As the main station, Gambir applies highly advanced technology. The ticket system has adapted the airport system, with the self-check-in facilities, the use of boarding pass, as well as online ticket booking system. Speaking about the facilities, Gambir Station also provides free Wi-Fi, a VIP lounge, and a variety of restaurants.
Jakarta's main tourist icon is usually in the form of historical sites, shopping malls, and a modern entertainment center. Here are the most popular tourist attractions in the city.
The monument as high as 132 meters is the mascot of Jakarta and a symbol of the struggle of the Indonesian people. Monas stands in the middle of Merdeka Square which covers 80 hectares, right in the middle of the capital. At the base of the monument, there is the Independence Room (Ruang Kemerdekaan) and National History Museum. If you went to the top of the monument, you can enjoy the view of the capital city using binoculars.
Located on Jalan MH Thamrin No. 1, Kebon Melati, Jakarta, Grand Indonesia is the largest modern shopping mall in the city center. This mall is facing the Hotel Indonesia Roundabout. Grand Indonesia has an area of 250,000 square meters and has a shopping center, culinary center, and upscale entertainment center. Interestingly, Grand Indonesia also has a digital concept of culture gallery called the Gallery of Indonesia Kaya. You can watch cultural performances here every day for free.
As the name implies, TMII is a miniature of Indonesia. The tourist park located in Jalan Raya Taman Mini, East Jakarta offers a complete education entertainment in one area. TMII presents the culture of the archipelago with the pavilion area representing the 33 provinces in Indonesia. The main attraction is the Indonesian Archipelago Lake (Danau Kepulauan Indonesia) which depicts a map of the archipelago. There are also a variety of places of worship, museums, flora and fauna parks, recreation area, and a four-dimensional theater.