Lawang Sewu got Appreciation from the Tourists Every Day

The visit continues to increase as much as 1,000 - 1,500 tourists

A building with a lot of stories of history in the middle of the island of Java, in the city of Semarang, Central Java, which was appreciated tourists every day. Recorded visit to 1,000 to 1,500 tourists from home and abroad are facilitated by travel agencies, especially when approaching the holiday season.

A record number of visits in January 2015, there were 54,256 people, an increase of approximately 32 percent compared to January 2014 as many as 40,825 people.

Even on January 1, 2015, or enter a new year can penetrate up to 5,000 people in one day is quite fantastic figure.

Lawang Sewu (which means a thousand doors) is the historic building legacy of the Dutch colonial era, now serves as a railway museum, building functions even extended to the needs of exhibitions, seminars, and art activities, and other activities.

The increase in tourist arrivals certainly received positive support from the management, especially the supporting facilities required by the tourists when they visit.

(Source Antara, Kompas Travel /Images SY Winata - Semarang)


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