BLENDUK-GEREJA, an Immanuel Church
This is one of popular old building in Semarang downtown, established in 1750 and renovation in 1894 by the Dutch architects HPA De Widle and Westmass.
This is Immanuel church with unique architecture, the red dome is a semicircle and by Java Language it is called Blenduk (semi circle).
The building is decided by local Government as one of Semarang Heritage building
Semarang - A quiet City
"A Unique City"
Semarang is a unique city. This city consists of two types of landscapes: higher ground and lower ground. People in Semarang loves to go to 'Simpang Lima', a roundabout surrounded by lots of malls.
There are several attractions in Semarang, such as Sam Po Kong (Gedung Batu), Tay Kak Sie Temple, Tugu Muda, Blenduk Church, Gedung Lawang Sewu. Since I grew up there surprisingly I didn't take many pictures on those places. Now, I found that it is very weird not having Semarang picture:)
"Gedong Songo Temple"
Gedong Songo is one of Hindu Temples in Central Java. It is located near Semarang. There should be nine temples there (referring to its name: Gedong Songo). However, only 5 temples are now available to be visited. Other temples have been damaged severely.
Sugeng rawuh dateng Malang !!
Wellcome to Malang- East java!
If you have time to visit Java, indonesia.
Please drop by at Malang.
And don't forget to look up this Sign.
A very healty-delicious traditional dish.
Mix freshly stew vegie with peanunt paste....
**no one ever missed it!
Lawang Sewu Tour
"Monumental Old Building"
Since the dutch colony, Semarang known as a bigcity and one of the fact is a The dutch train Headquarters company Nederlandsch Indishe Spoorweg Naatschappij or famouse with NIS, located in Semarang. The building is huge and glorious with ar deco style. The architecture this building are Prof. Jacob F. Klinkhamer dan B.J Queendag. called by local people as “Lawang Sewu” means thousand doors.
Lawang sewu is facinating building with Gothic interior deco and stained glass windows
"Door by Door"
Hall in 2 stories
Staircase to up level stories