8 Man-made Structures- Other in Indonesia that you should visit - With photos & details

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8 Man-made Structures- Other to explore in Indonesia

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Bandar LampungBandar Lampung, Bandar Lampung City, Lampung, Indonesia

Bandar Lampung is the capital and largest city of the Indonesian province of Lampung. Located on the southern tip of Sumatra, Bandar Lampung was originally called Tanjungkarang–Telukbetung, since it was a unification of two major settlements in Lampung, before being renamed in 1983. The city proper and South Lampung Regency are major transmigrate recipients; in testimony thereof, it has become the third densest city in Sumatra, after Medan and Palembang. The city's area is about 169.21 km², with

ImogiriImogiri, Paduresan, Imogiri, Kec. Imogiri, Bantul, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Imogiri is a royal graveyard complex in Yogyakarta, in south-central Java, Indonesia, as well as a modern village located near the graveyard in Bantul Regency. Imogiri is a traditional resting place for the royalty of central Java, including many rulers of the Sultanate of Mataram and of the current houses of Surakarta and Yogyakarta Sultanate. The name Imagiri is derived from Sanskrit Himagiri, which means 'mountain of snow'. The latter is another name for Himalaya.

Janjang Koto GadangKayu Kubu, Mandiangin Koto Selayan, Bukittinggi City, West Sumatra 26115, Indonesia

Janjang Koto Gadang is located in Bukittinggi, West Sumatra, Janjang Koto Gadang is one of the new destinations in Indonesia which is similar to China Grea Wall. Janjang Koto Gadang connects Bukittinggi and Agam district with a length of approximately 1 km.

Japanese Tunnel BukittinggiJl. Panorama, Bukit Cangang Kayu Ramang, Kec. Guguk Panjang, Kota Bukittinggi, Sumatera Barat 26138, Indonesia

The Japanese tunnel is a protection tunnel built by the Japanese occupying army around 1942 for defense purposes. It is now one of the historical tourist attractions in the city of Bukittinggi, West Sumatra in Indonesia.

Makam Raja - RajaJalan Letkol Selamet Riyadi, Legok, Kec. Telanaipura, Kota Jambi, Jambi 60253, Indonesia

This royal cemetery is located in Karang Kulon Village and belongs to Imogiri Sub-District. The location is in a hilly area, so tourists must spend some effort to reach the site. it is one of the historical places which has a historical significance in the growth of Jambi city.

Port of BakauheniJl. Lintas Sumatera, Bakauheni, Kec. Bakauheni, Kabupaten Lampung Selatan, Lampung, Indonesia

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.

Taman Wisata Kerajaan SriwijayaJl. Syakyakirti, Karang Anyar, Kec. Gandus, Kota Palembang, Sumatera Selatan, Indonesia

It is the ancient remnants of a garden and habitation area near the northern bank of the Musi river within Palembang, South Sumatra, Indonesia. Several artifacts, such as Buddhist statues, beads, pottery, and Chinese ceramics are found in this area, confirming that the site was related to a 9th-century settlement.

Wisata Kota Tua JakartaKawasan Kota Tua, Taman Fatahillah No.1, RT.7/RW.7, Pinangsia, Taman Sari, West Jakarta City, Jakarta 11110, Indonesia

Kota Tua Jakarta is a neighborhood comprising the original downtown area of Jakarta, Indonesia. It is also known as Oud Batavia, Benedenstad ", contrasting it with Weltevreden, de Bovenstad, or Kota Lama.  The site contains Dutch-style structures mostly dated from the 17th century when the port city served as the Asian headquarter of VOC during the heyday of the spice trade. It spans 1.3 square kilometers within North Jakarta and West Jakarta. The largely Chinese downtown area of Glodok is a par