Top 8 attractions you must visit in Bengkulu
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One of the provinces of Indonesia, Bengkulu is located on the southwest coast of Sumatra. The western part of Bengkulu province, bordering the Indian Ocean coast, is about 576 km long, and the eastern part of the condition is hilly with a plateau.
Attractions in Bengkulu
Akbar At-Taqwa Grand Mosque is a mosque located in Bengkulu City, Bengkulu Province, Indonesia, and it serves as the main mosque of the city. The groundbreaking of the mosque begun in 1988 and the construction finished in 1989. The mosque resembles the colonial-era palace building as seen from the park, and is spacious with the arrangement of a garden in the courtyard and a small square in the palace yard.
Bengkulu Museum or Bengkulu State Museum is a museum in Bengkulu, Indonesia. The museum has a collection relating to historical artifacts and traditional cultures of each ethnicity in Bengkulu There are collections of wedding and traditional costumes, household appliances, traditional weapons, traditional houses, writing letters Ka nga ga and relics of prehistoric civilization from the Stone Age to the Bronze Age. Moreover, there are woven clothes from Enggano society and many patterns of besur
Fort Marlborough is an English fort located in Bengkulu City, Sumatra. It was built between 1713-1719 by the East India Company under the leadership of Governor Joseph Collett as a defensive fort for the British East India Company's Residency there. It was one of the strongest British forts in the eastern region, second only to Fort St. George in Madras, India. it is now one of the famous tourist attractions in Bengkulu.
Masjid Jami Kampung Baru Inpak, also known as Masjid Kampung Baru or Bandengan Mosque is one of the oldest mosques in Jakarta, Indonesia. It is located at Jalan Bandengan Selatan, Pekojan, Tambora, Jakarta, close to Masjid Al-Anshor. It is one of the mosques that was built by the Muslim merchants from India, who used to travel and live in Batavia. The mosque has been designated as a cultural heritage by the provincial government of DKI Jakarta.
Kaba, a twin volcano with Mount Hitam in Bengkulu Province of Indonesia, has an elongated summit crater complex dominated by three large historically active craters trending ENE from the summit to the upper NE flank. The SW-most crater of Gunung Kaba, Kawah Lama, is the largest. Most historical eruptions have affected only the summit region of the volcano. It is now one of the beautiful trekking destinations in Bengkulu.
Tes Lake is a natural tourism attraction in Lebong Regency. It is one of the largest lakes in Indonesia. Lake Tes is the main Hydroelectricity supplier for almost whole of Bengkulu Province. The area of the lake is about 750 Ha. Located at Kutai Donok Village, it is approximately an hours travel from Muara Aman, and can be reached by most public transportation. The Central Hydroelectricity, which is only about 2 km from the lake can be visited.
The Thomas Parr Monument is a monument located in Bengkulu, Bengkulu, Indonesia and dedicated to Thomas Parr, the British Resident of Bengkulu who was killed in 1807. Constructed the year after his death, it is considered a cultural property of Indonesia. Though the monument was built as a memorial to Parr and his death, the people of Bengkulu have reinterpreted it as a testament to their refusal to accept colonialism and their defense of their land and rights. The monument is a cultural propert