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Masjid Agung Banten

Komplek masjid agung Banten RT/RW 001/011, Banten, Kec. Kasemen, Kota Serang, Banten 42191, Indonesia

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Great Mosque of Banten is a historic mosque in Old Banten, 10 km north of Serang, Indonesia. The 16th-century mosque was one of the few surviving remnants of what used to be the port city of Banten, the most prosperous trading center in the Indonesian archipelago after the fall of Demak Sultanate in mid-16th century.



Attractions near Masjid Agung Banten

Gunung Karang28.36km from Masjid Agung Banten

Gunung Karang  is a volcano at the westernmost end of Banten, Indonesia. It is one of the best trekking destinations in Banten and also there are so many peoples visit this place because of its scenic beauty and the view from the top of the mountain.

Karang Bolong Beach36.31km from Masjid Agung Banten

Karang Bolong is located on the coast of Anyer, West Java, Indonesia. The name Karang Bolong means Rock (Karang) with a Hole (Bolong). The mountain was created by frozen lava, formed during the eruption of Mount Krakatau. Karang Bolong beach is located 50 km from Serang town or 140 km from Jakarta, on Karang Bolong Street. It is one of the popular tourisst attraction in Banten.

Carita Beach45.21km from Masjid Agung Banten

Carita is one of the popular beach in Indonesia. It is known for its diverse fauna and flora. Trees include teak, mahogany, African mahogany and dab bungur. Animals include wild boar, red giant flying squirrel and long-tailed macaque. Reptiles include monitor lizard and python. Birds include brown hawk-owl, black-banded barbet and Javan banded pitta.  Carita Beach is a popular tourist destination.

Port of Bakauheni47.97km from Masjid Agung Banten

Bakauheni is a town in the southern part of the province of Lampung, Indonesia and is the largest and busiest port in the province, and also one of the busiest ports in Indonesia. Ferries carrying passengers and vehicles, particularly large trucks, connect Bakauheni with the major port of Merak in Java across the Sunda Strait. There are plans for a Sunda Strait Bridge to connect the Bakauheni district with Java. The harbour is managed by the national port company PT ASDP.

Benteng Heritage Museum54.93km from Masjid Agung Banten

The Benteng Heritage Museum is a heritage site and museum in Pasar Lama, the old market district in Tangerang, Banten, Indonesia. Located near the river Cisadane, it is the first Indonesian museum that highlights the history and heritage of ethnic Chinese in Indonesia.  Benteng Heritage Museum is housed in a traditional, vernacular Peranakan Chinese building. Built in 1684, it is one of the oldest historic structures in Tangerang, and is within walking distance of the city's oldest temple, Boen

Onrust Island64.06km from Masjid Agung Banten

Onrust Island also known as Pulau Onrust or Pulau Kapal is an Indonesian island off the coast of Jakarta. It measures about 3.5 km2  and is part of the Thousand Islands. It is now one of the main tourist attraction in Indonesia by its hostirical significance and natural beauty.

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Located on the western tip of Java makes Banten as the gateway to Java and Sumatra and the adjacent areas of Jakarta.The Bantenese people are the largest group in the province, forming 47% of the total population. The Bantenese are a subgroup of the Sundanese people, with distinct culture from the Sundanese living in West Java.