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A great place to introduce history to our children, a place that is cool and full of knowledge. Highly recommended for this place, the place is clean and comfortable. For Muslims there are prayers too.
Really truly super artificial building which is very attrape-l'oeil, bring your children and they gonna open wide their mouth by amaze when they look at the history of the train inside, and they won't stop counting the doors over here and there
I went to lawang sewu when i senior high school. Lawang Sewu is very wonderful building.I can see many building in there. Each building have history. In lawang sewu I can know the historically of indonesia in nederland era. in there, any guide who give...More
Lawang Sawu building is one of historical places in Indonesia. The location in Semarang, Jawa Tengah. Ago, this building was Nederlands-Indische Spoorweg Maatschappij's office. The societiy called as Lawang Sewu because It has one thousand doors even though there's no one thousand doors actually. Lawang...More
Im happy to be there,lawang sewu is one of the most beautiful building in Indonesia,so many instagramable place,so clean and the atmosphere is interesting,if we come to lawangsewu we will feel like we life in colonialism era because the architecture still like the past 😁
It's definitley worth visiting even though it's gonna be too exhausting to wander all around. Such a vast & unique historical building. Thousands of stories about this building add to its mysterious yet beautiful landmark in the Old Town of Semarang. Quite crowded during the...More
If you are looking for unique experience for your night in Semarang, go for it. However, if you are superstitious or afraid of ghost/dark place, just skip it.
For history lovers, it offers a great historical tour.
This building is one of the most popular attractions in the city, so be prepared for plenty of Indonesian tourists visiting with you. They often enjoy having their photo taken with westerners.
The building itself is quite unusual with many rooms and obviously doors. Accessibility...More