Ngabuburit in North Jakarta, Here are 5 Interesting Spots!


Jakarta

Ngabuburit is still a popular activity for residents before breaking fast. Well, North has many interesting spots to visit.

Eid soon. For travelers who want to hang out in North in the days leading up to the end of this month of Ramadan, check out the info that has been collected from the following sources:

1. Lake Sunter

Sunter Lake has become a destination that is often visited to relax in the afternoon. Travelers can play water bikes while circling this beautiful lake.

In addition to pedaling a duck boat, there is also a dragon boat filled with dozens of people. To rent a boat, a traveler needs to pay Rp. 20 thousand.

Sunter Lake has an area of ​​33 hectares. The location is divided into two parts, namely Lake Sunter 1 in the west as a water reservoir and Lake Sunter 2 in the east as a recreational facility.

A number of residents enjoy dragon boats and ducks in the alternative tourist area of ​​Lake Sunter, North Jakarta, Monday (28/2).A number of residents enjoy dragon boats and ducks in the alternative tourist area of ​​Lake Sunter, North Jakarta, Monday (28/2). Photo: Pradita Utama

2. Ramlie Musofa Mosque

Not far from Sunter Lake, a traveler can come to the Ramlie Musofa Mosque. Having such a beautiful architecture, at first glance the building is similar to the Taj Mahal.

With an area of ​​2,000 square meters, the Ramlie Musofa Mosque uses marble directly imported from Turkey and Italy. In addition, there are also carvings that come from Java.

Uniquely, there is the use of three languages ​​in the calligraphy on the walls. There are letters Al fatihah to prayers written in Arabic, Indonesian and Mandarin.

So while waiting for iftar time, a traveler can take a religious tour at the Ramlie Musofa Mosque.

Ramlie Musofa Masjid MosqueRamlie Musofa Mosque Photo: Putu Intan/detikcom


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