Taman Mini Indonesia Indah


Taman Mini Indonesia Indah

Taman Mini Indonesia Indah (TMII) or "Beautiful Indonesia Miniature Park" (literally translated) is a culture-based recreational area located in East Jakarta, Indonesia. It has an area of about 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 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, 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. [http://www.tamanmini.com/tentang/sejarah/ History] ]

History

This idea of building this smaller scale of Indonesia as whole was originally came from former Indonesian first lady, Siti Hartinah or best-known as Tien Suharto. The idea came out at a convention on 8 Cendana Street at March 13, 1970. Through this recreational site, she hoped more people will have more national pride than before. [http://www.tamanmini.com/tentang/sejarah/ History] ] The project called "Indonesian Miniature Project" was started by Harapan Kita Foundation in 1972. The concept of building this recreational area was taken from the fact that Indonesia has unparalled richness from many different sources.

Characteristics

TMII was originally located on a public area of 145 ha, as farms and fields. Later, the team was able to convert these fields into a suitable location for the construction. The topography of TMII is rather hilly, consistent with what the builders required. The team claimed the advantage of utilizing this uneven terrain was the ability to create interesting and diverse landscapes and enclosures, as well as reflecting the various characteristics of the Indonesian environ. [http://www.tamanmini.com/tentang/sejarah/ History] ]

Parts of TMII

Venues

Since each Indonesian province maintains its own distinct cultures, shelters, attire and dialects, TMII built a model of each of the houses from the 26 different provinces. TMII attempted not only to reconstruct the homes of the various provinces, but also to create a realistic model of the environment and shelters of the various people of Indonesia. [http://www.tamanmini.com/anjungan/ Anjungan] ] The venues, which are situated around the main lake in a similar fashion to the different islands of the Indonesian archipelago, are thematically divided into six areas in respect to the main islands of Indonesia; Java, Sumatra, Kalimantan (Borneo), Sulawesi, the Lesser Sunda Islands, Maluku and Papua.

Gardens

There are about ten gardens spread out at TMII, but most are located primarily on the north and northeast side of the main lake:
* Anggek Garden
* Apotek Hidup Garden
* Cakot Garden
* Kaktus Garden
* Melati Garden
* Bunga Keong Emas Garden
* Akuarium Air Tawar Garden
* Bekisar Garden
* Burung Garden
* Prasasti APEC Garden

Museums

There are fourteen museums at TMII:
* Indonesia Museum
* Keprajuritan Museum
* Perangko Indonesia Museum
* Pusaka Museum
* Transportasi Museum
* Listrik & Energi Baru Museum
* Telekomunikasi Museum
* Penerangan Museum
* Olahraga Museum
* Asmat Museum
* Komodo Zoological Museum
* Serangga Museum
* Research & Technology Information Centre
* Minyak & Gas Bumi Museum

Other parts

* Istana Anak-Anak Indonesia
* Kereta Gantung
* Perahu Angsa Arsipel Indonesia
* Taman Among Putro
* Taman Ria Atmaja
* Taman Renang Ambar Tirta
* Teater Imax Keong Emas
* Desa Wisata
* Teater Tanah Airku

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External links

*id icon [http://www.tamanmini.com Official website]


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