Saturday, February 27, 2016

tourism and travel in Pekanbaru

Pekanbaru city is the capital and largest city in the province of Riau, Indonesia. The city is a city of trade and services, including the city with the rate of growth, migration and urbanization are high. Pekanbaru City has several buildings with typical Malay architecture including buildings Balai Adat Melayu Riau located on Jalan Diponegoro, The building consists of two floors, on the upper floor plastered some traditional proverbs and chapters Gurindam Twelve works of Raja Ali Haji writers Bugis .

1.Buatan Lembah Sari Lake

The lake is located in the village of Limbungan within 10 km from the city center of Pekanbaru. At first, this lake is an irrigation dam used to drain water to the rice fields surrounding residents. Until then, this artificial dam as one of the tourist attractions in Pekanbaru. The natural scenery around Lake buatan lembah sari this has a beautiful panorama, cool, comfortable and hills of trees, allowing developed as a tourist attraction tirta such as swimming, fishing, water cycling and others. Currently, many investors are interested to invest their capital in this lake.

2. Zoo Sang Kulim

Zoo with an area of 10 hectares have become tourist attractions in Pekanbaru, who visited the family at the weekend. The Kulim Zoo has plenty of animals that can be introduced to children ranging from monkeys, birds, snakes, hedgehogs and many more. Wildlife Park Kasang Kulim potential to become a leading tourist attraction that could draw more visitors. For Kasang Kulim Wildlife Park is the only zoo in Riau.

3. The Palace of Siak Sri Indrapura

The palace was built in 1889 by Sultan Syarif Hasyim Abdul Jalil Syaifuddin. The main building adopting a European architectural style, Arab and Malay. This two-story place looks magnificent even though it has more than 100 years of existence. On the first floor, you can see the royal collection as a bronze statue of Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands and the statue of Sultan Syarif Hasyim I made of marble encrusted with diamonds. There's also a drum that is over 200 years old. This drum sounded the last time in 1914 during the inauguration of Sultan Syarif Kasim II. Once entering the inside of the palace, we will be greeted by statues laid out by describing the state of the royal past. As seen in the photo below. This is a picture of a bygone era, where the sultan sat flanked by bodyguards and their representatives.

4. Great Mosque of An Nur

This magnificent mosques architectural style blends Malay, Arab, Turkey and India. An Nur Grand Mosque known as the Taj Mahal of his Pekanbaru. The main building is a symmetrical measuring 50 x 50 meters with a large pond and fountain directly in front of the mosque was made similar to the Taj Mahal in India.

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