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    Tabebuya Park - Beautiful Park with Full of Lotus Flowers in South Jakarta



    Would you like to enjoy the garden with a lotus pond view? If so, Tabebuya Park is the right destination. This park is located on Jalan Moh Kahfi I, Ciganjur, Jagakarsa, South Jakarta. Tabebuya Park is indeed often a favorite of residents to relax. Tabebuya Park is usually the most crowded on Saturday-Sunday. This park is also often used for pre-wedding photos, school children, even film shooting. Tabebuya Park has a total area of ​​9,626 square meters and it has been opened since 2012. Formerly this park was a swamp.

    Lotus ponds in Tabebuya Park have plenty of live fish, including cork fish, goldfish, catfish, and others. In addition to the lotus pond that characterizes the Tabebuya Park, there is also one of the origin trees of the naming of this park, the "Tabebuya Tree". The tree that comes from Brazil has a pink flowers like cherry blossoms. However, the flowers of Tabebuya Tree only bloom at certain times only, usually in mid to late rainy season.




    In addition to the lotus pond, Tabebuya Park also provides various free facilities, such as children playground, jogging track, shady seating, gazebo, and mini library. Tabebuya Park is crowded on weekends. On the this time, visitors also come with their families, bring their own food, and do sport such as badminton, jogging, etc.

    The officials of Tabebuya Park always try to encourage visitors keep the park clean. Then for the opening time of this park, visitors can visit from 06.00 a.m - 06.00 p.m. At other times, this park will close





    Article Source: http://travel.kompas.com
    Last edited by bokunouta; 05-05-2017 at 11:20.

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