Monday, February 29, 2016

Tourism And Travel In Jambi

Jambi is a province of Indonesia, located on the east coast in the central part of the island of Sumatra. Jambi is located in the east coast of the island of Sumatra. Just as Gorontalo and Bengkulu, the province has the same name as its capital. If the views of his past, Jambi became one of the areas under the control of the kingdom of Srivijaya, so it is not surprising that a large temple complex found here. Jambi not only the relics of the kingdom of Srivijaya. Here, there are plenty of interesting sights to visit. If you're in Jambi, you devote some time to come to these places in order to get to know more closely Jambi. The following tourist attractions in Jambi that you must visit:

1. Lake Sipin
Sipin Lake, also known as Solok Sipin by local residents. The word 'solok' in the local language means lake. The lake is located in Simpang baluran Recognize, District Telanaipura. In the middle of the lake there are several fish cages that are deliberately created by fish farmers, and also there is a stage house that is used as a resting place farmers the fish, the fish are cultivated also vary, ranging from tilapia fish, until the carp and tilapia, substantially all of various freshwater fish.

2. Temple Muaro
This temple complex is referred to as a wing of the temple and the Buddhist kingdom of Srivijaya Malay heritage. Tourist attractions in Jambi is also referred to as the largest temple complex in Indonesia. In 2009, UNESCO set the temple in the form of red bricks as a world heritage site that must be protected. Although open to the public, but tourists also have to be careful when mengunjunggi these attractions. it is in because, the basic material of the temple is made of brick, so it is quite easily damaged. To enjoy the splendor of the temple complex is the largest in Southeast Asia.

3. Tanggo rajo
Tanggo rajo is not much different with Park Square Kapuas or Losari that offers culinary tours on the waterfront. Tourist attractions in Jambi which are visited on the afternoon and evening this is the right place to enjoy the view of the Batang Hari River is the longest river in Sumatra. In addition to the Batang Hari River scenery and sunsets, you can also enjoy the culinary sold in stalls tent around these sights. Waiting the moment of sunset while enjoying roasted corn together with loved ones here would be nice. On weekends, the tourist attractions in Jambi is visited by many anglers.

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