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Ragunan Guest House and TMII Guest House are nearly fully occupied by Covid-19 patients.
Thousands of people visit Ragunan Zoo on the national holiday of the Pancasila Day, June 1.
One of Jakarta's popular tourist sites, the Ragunan Zoo, announces it will reopen to the public on Saturday, March 13.
Jakarta-owned bus operator Transjakarta has reopened its Ragunan - Blok M line via Kemang Raya or Line 6N.
Transjakarta is set to renovate 11 bus stops in five main corridors in the capital city starting this month in February and will last until March.
Jakarta announced a temporary closure of several tourist destinations and green open spaces (RTH) during the Christmas and New Year holidays.
Ragunan Zoo remains open for visitors, even though Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan re-imposed large-scale social restrictions (PSBB).
Ragunan Zoo in South Jakarta added its visitors' capacity from 1,000 to 2,000 people starting today.
The Ragunan wildlife park on Friday announced its readiness to gradually open its park on Saturday, June 20.
A virtual tour organized by Ragunan Zoo in South Jakarta this week presents Ratna and Dino, a couple of Sumatran orangutan (Pongo Abelii).
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan invites the people to a virtual tour of two Sumatran orangutans at Ragunan Zoo through Instagram Live.
The extended period for the closure of Jakarta tourist destinations is done due to the development of coronavirus transmission in the city.
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan decided to close the recreational places for the next two weeks in a bid to prevent the coronavirus spread.
Several recreational sites and entertainment places in Jakarta and its vicinity offer special promotions for voters to enliven the 2019 election.
Jakarta's Ragunan zoo reportedly is set to evaluate the existence of old trees inside the zoo after a tree branch killed a visitor on Wednesday.
Ragunan Wildlife Park, South Jakarta, noted the number of visits during the holiday period of 2018 Christmas and 2019 New Year reached 693,528 people