Semarang is a port city on the north coast of Java, Indonesia. In the 15th century, Chinese emperor’s emissary Zheng He, otherwise known as Admiral Cheng Ho, set foot on Java. From the 17th century onwards, Semarang became an entrepot for spices, also a busy harbor for trade and passengers when travel was made predominantly by sea. The city of Semarang, capital of the province of Central Java, sits precisely in the center of the northern seaboard of the fertile and densely populated island of Java.

This strategic position of Semarang has made the city a melting pot of Chinese, Indian Arab, and European cultures. This city is also famous as little netherland Semarang. Wander around the Chinese quarters and the Dutch commercial district, you will see the influences of different cultures everywhere. In the older part of the city near harbor named Kota Lama, or the Oudstadt, stroll around to explore the historic old buildings in what was once the European commercial district.

The most renowned landmark to see here is the Koepelkerk, a Phanteon style church, locally known as Gereja Blenduk, a copper domed Dutch church dating from 1753. Don’t forget to visit Gedung Batu where stands the old Chinese temple and the recently erected statue of Admiral Cheng Ho. The one thing that you definitely must try in Semarang’s Chinatown is the famous Lumpia (Springroll) Semarang. A lot of people say that Gang Lombok has the best Lumpia in the entire city.

Semarang must be at list of destinations for your vacation. Butik trip provides you Semarang tour package to realize your dream to step on Semarang and enjoy all destinations over there such as coffee plantation.


Semarang has an area of 373.78 square kilometres (144.32 sq mi). Semarang was handed by the Sultan of Mataram to the Dutch East Indies in 1678. The fortress has a pentagonal form with only one gate in the south and five monitoring towers to protect the Dutch settlement from rebellion actions, segregating the spaces between Dutch settlement and other areas.[5] In fact, the city of Semarang was only referred to the Dutch quarter while the other ethnic settlement were considered as villages outside the city boundary. The city, known as de Europeesche Buurt, was built in classical European style with church located in the centre, wide boulevards and streets skirted by beautiful villas.
The Japanese military occupied the city, along with the rest of Java, in 1942, during the Pacific War of World War II. During that time, Semarang was headed by a military governor called a Shiko, and two vice governors known as Fuku Shiko. One of the vice governors was appointed from Japan, and the other was chosen from the local population.[citation needed]

After Indonesian independence in 1945, Semarang became the capital of Central Java province.

In another quarter, Chinese predecessors of Semarang left some of their most beautiful oriental legacies in the alleys of Kranggan area, or better known today as Pecinan or Chinatown. The depth of Chinese culture that is so evident here is truly compelling, suggesting Semarang as the most “Chinese” City on the island of Java. And it influence the taste of the culinary in here.

Semarang is a well known for one of the best culinary town in Indonesia. Semarang has also been called 'The city of Jamu' because it is an important centre for the production of jamu which are a wide range of Indonesian herbal medicines that are very popular across Indonesia.

(by Wikipedia & Wonderful Indonesia)

After you have explored the traditional and vintage destinatios of Semarang, we recommend you to feel sensation of volcano destination. Surely we guarantee that you will find no regret to visit Dieng in Central Java Indonesia.
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The Sam Poo Kong Temple, also known as Gedung Batu (the Stone Building), is the oldest Chinese temple in Semarang. Sam Poo Kong is the oldest of 5 temples included in the Sam Poo Kong complex which spans across 3.2 hectares. The building covers an area of 1,020 square meters and is influenced by both Chinese and Javanese 14th century architectural styles. The temple is painted with a magnificent red color and crowned with a triple-layered pagoda-style roof, typical of East Asian culture. The surrounding area is thick with incense smoke, giving the feel of being in China itself.
The temple foundations were first built by Admiral Cheng Ho, elsewhere better known as Admiral Zheng He, a muslim explorer from Mainland China.
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Lawang Sewu in the Javanese language is translated to mean "a thousand doors". And while the building does not really have a thousand doors, the massive, three-story structure is lined with numerous doors and windows that resemble doors, from which the building obtained its name. This large and mysterious building is not simply a deserted structure, but is an icon of history and heroes. Lawang Sewu which was built by the Dutch between the years 1904 and 1907 and functioned as head office for The Dutch East Indies Railway Company (Nederlandsch Indische Spoorweg Maatschappij) until 1942. During World War II, the building was used as Japanese Military Headquarters.
(by Wonderful Indonesia)
The Ambarawa Railway Station was built and named the Willem I Railway Station since it was the Dutch King Willem I on 21 May 1873. Today, the Ambarawa Railway Museum preserves 21 steam locomotives, with four still operational.
(by Wonderful Indonesia)
Gedong Songo is a group of Hindu temples located in Central Java, Indonesia. The site was originally built during the early period of the Medang Kingdom which controlled Central Java during the 8th and 9th centuries. The temples of Gedong Songo reflect a similar architectural structure to Arjuna Temple on the Dieng Plateau. They will provide you a horse riding to explore the temple.
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It was built on 19th-century. Fort Willem I is situated in the middle of a rice field. The main building is a square-shaped fort of 178 x 178 meter. Small storage buildings were situated around 94 meter away from the fort at each cardinal points. Willem I Fort were designed for a defense work of military logistic.
(by Wikipedia)
The Protestant Church in Western Indonesia Immanuel Semarang, better known as Blenduk Church is a Protestant church in Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia. Built in 1753, it is the oldest church in the province.
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1 hour 10 Minutes

  • Citilink 05.15 - 06.20
  • Batik Airlines 05.40 - 06.45
  • Garuda Indonesia 05.45 - 06.55
  • Citilink 06.35 - 07.45
  • Sriwijaya 07.00 - 08.05
  • Citilink 07.20 - 08.35

  • Garuda Indonesia 11.35 - 12.45
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  • Batik Air 14.50 - 15.55
  • Garuda Indonesia 15.30 - 16.40
  • Garuda Indonesia 16.25 - 17.35
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    *) Early flight to Semarang and Late flight to Jakarta are highly recommended to maximize your trip in Semarang.
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