27 Tourism Sites in Jakarta Temporary Closed Under PSBB Protocol



Petir Garda Bhwana

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  • TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The Jakarta provincial administration has effectively closed 27 tourism sites that are under its control after the large-scale social restriction or PSBB had been reinstated starting today, Monday, September 14. 

    Based on the data by the administration’s official Twitter account, @DKIJakarta on Sunday, the temporary closures are mainly to protect its citizens from the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). They also announced that the 27 locations will be subjected to a thorough sterilization. 

    Here are the 27 tourism sites run by the city administration temporarily closed overseen by the PSBB regulation:

    1. The national monument (Monas) area. 
    2. Setu Babakan Betawi cultural center 
    3. The Condet Karawitan and Dance Lab
    4. Benyamin Sueb Park 
    5. Wayang Orang Bharata
    6. Miss Tjitjih theater group
    7. Five Jakarta area art rehearsal centers 
    8. The Gedung Kesenian Jakarta
    9. Museum Sejarah Jakarta/ Jakarta History Museum
    10. Taman Prasasti Museum
    11. MH Thamrin Museum 
    12. 12 Museum Seni Rupa dan Keramik; The ceramic and arts museum
    1. Museum Tekstil/ textile museum
    2. Museum Wayang/ Wayang Museum 
    3. Museum Bahari/ Bahari Museum
    4. Joang '45 museum
    5. Ancol;
    6. The Kota Tua tourism area
    7. The Ragunan wildlife park
    8. TMII
    9. Planetarium Jakarta
    10. Taman Ismail Marzuki 
    11. Cipir Island
    12. Kelor Island
    13. Onrust Island
    14. Tugu Proklamasi/ Proklamasi Monument
    15. Wayang Orang Bharata.