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The first thing that is striking about Taman Prasasti is its silence. Tucked in a quiet corner of Jakarta next to the Central Jakarta mayor's office, the silence combined with tombstones of the capital's European and Chinese residents - as well as the obelisk like...More
It has great collections of old gravestones from the Dutch colonial period but the administrators don't treat them right. The gravestones just laid on the ground, sometimes children around there played in the museum and step on it. It has a potential to be a...More
It should read as the museum for inscription, but actually it contains headstones from the colonial era. You might find it quite eerie, but actually the place itself is quite romantic; even several music clip was shot here. Try to find out the head stone...More
One of the most overlooked museums; this is an open air museum so better not visit on a rainy day.
The ticket price is cheap (IDR 5,000 for Adults/general public with a discount for groups of 30 people and above). For professional shootings, they will...More
We never thought that this Taman Prasasti is cemetery! Aniway, I found this cemetery filled with strong history. If you read the thombstones, you'll find lots of people were die in very young age at that time (around year 1800) War I guess. There are...More
Remind me a lot about life and death ;)
It supposed to be a good place if the government would taking care as well as other museums.
The statues and graves are like speaking loudly with their silentness.
Overall, i enjoyed my afternoon in here...More
Looking around Taman Prasasti is not interested at all. But if you find a tourist guide, I bet i should be interesting... a lot...
Started with Woman who cried statue, 1st President and Vice President of Indonesia coffins, General Kohler, Soe Hok Gie, Olivia Raffles,...More
On my personal opinion do not expect too much from this exhibit. They will have lots of statue/prasasti left from the Dutch colonial time. Yes it is a cemetery and influenced mostly by Catholic design. They will have individual tomb in remembrance of single person...More