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Taman Prasasti Museum, Jakarta

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  • Integrated cemetery with the park behind the Museum are not featured in the guide book for almost no tourists, but it is. This is where Western tombstone in the Center filled with exoticism. I think much to stop by when you come to the National Museum.
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  • It is a beautiful place, very quiet and calm. Great spot for photography. It is like a hidden gem in the middle of the city. The entrance fee is also very cheap. Sadly, there is no brochure or guide b...  more »
  • We took a day trip from Bali to Jakarta to specifically visit this museum/ cemetery very recently. My husband's ancestor is buried here, next to Olivia Raffles. We took a Silverbird taxi on the recomm...  more »
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  • Unique cemetary with great sculpture and great history. Coffin of The founding father (Soekarno n Hatta) also tombstone Soe Hok Gie is here. Quiet place in the crowded city of Jakarta
  • This is an old graveyard, built during Dutch colonization. Why on earth people want to see old graveyards? Isn't it a bit spooky? Well, Indonesian always attract to spooky stories. Plus, for those who like photography, this is also the best sites for you to practice. You can see the statues sort of alive, their eyes watching you intensly. However, some of the statues were vandalized which is a pity actually.
  • You can find a lot of old tombstones here..from the tombstones of the first wife of Raffles,the British governor for Batavia, to Soe Hok Gie, a revolutionary figure in 1960s. This is also a good spot to do a photoshot.Although, there's some spot which they used to burn garbages. Such a shame.
  • This is an interesting place to visit. Many old tombs there. You can see the grave of Raffles' wife. It is the right place for photography lovers. The place is in the central of Jakarta. Very recommended for tourist.
  • Very unique museum, the place of the dead... nice location in the mid of Jakarta for photographer