Legend of Semarang City

Legend of Semarang City

Legend of Semarang City

Legend of Semarang City

       Long time ago there was a prince named Raden Made Pandan from the Kingdom of Demak. Raden Made Pandan was also known as an expert in Islam or “ulama” who was respected by community. He had a son named Raden Pandanarang. Raden Pandanarang was a kind, friendly, polite, and respects son to his parents. (Also read : History of Jakarta City)

       One day Raden Pandanarang and some of the royal escorts were asked by Raden Made Pandan to accompany him to go to the Demak Sultanate.

       “My son. Will you go on traveling with me? Tomorrow we will leave the territory of the Demak Sultanate together with several royal escorts, “asked Raden Made Pandan to his son.

       “Where are we going, Father?” Said Raden Pandanarang curious.

       “We will go to the west. There we will spread Islam. That said, I heard that the land in the area is very fertile. Prepare yourself, my son, “said Raden Made Pandan as he patted his son’s shoulder. read more

Ambarawa Railway Museum Semarang

Ambarawa Railway Museum Semarang

Ambarawa Railway Museum Semarang

Ambarawa Railway Museum Semarang

       One more recreation place can be an alternative of spending our leisure time or our holidays to visit. It is Ambarawa Railway Museum Semarang.

       The Ambarawa Railway Museum, Semarang Regency, Central Java, is still standing firmly and it looks magnificent although the age of the building has reached hundreds of years. Even historical tourist destinations built by the Dutch Colonial Government in 1873 ago, this place are visited by tourists every holiday. (Also read : Watu Karung Beach Pacitan)

       In addition to seeing old train collections and exploring history, at the Ambarawa Railway Museum, tourists can also enjoy travel train tours on the route Ambarawa-Tuntang or Ambarawa-Bedono. The tourist train trip can be enjoyed on Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays. Outside the day, tourists can take the train tour with a charter system.

       Whereas the fire tourism route of Ambarawa-Bedono route can only be enjoyed with a charter system at a pretty fantastic price, which is around Rp10 million. Even if you use more than one carriage, you will be charged a rental fee of IDR 2.5 million per carriage. So if you use three trains with a capacity of 120 people, then the price of the cater is IDR 15 million. (Also read other article at : Second of Spinning Clock) read more