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- SOLO, LEGI  (1 new item)

Pasar Legi is one of the main traditional markets Solo. This market was established during the Government of Mangkunegaran I. Fruits, vegetables and herbs are the main items sold here. When you visit the market take a look at the older women who carry huge loads on their back, sometimes more then 50kg.

- BEACHES, SOUTH JAVA  (1 new item)

You'll find the most famous beaches on Java at the south part of the island. Stretching from Pacitan to Parangtritis there are lots of beautiful beaches, each with their own character and views. Just a few to name: Pacatin, Klayar, Wedi Ombo, Drini, Krakal, Siung, Kukup, Baron and Parangtritis. At almost every beach there are warungs to serve you cool drinks, coconuts and fresh fish, often caught the same day.

- SEMARANG  (1 new item)

Semarang lies in the northern part of Central Java. It is a bustling mid-sized city with a population of about 1.5 million. More a business than tourism destination, it nevertheless has its own charm with contrasting modern mid-rises, beautiful old Dutch colonial architecture (kota lama) and Chinatown. There are some Dutch colonial buildings around monument Tugu Muda; the most famous one is Lawang Sewu which means A Thousand Doors. It was built as the headquarters of the Dutch railway company (Holland Spoor). During World War II, it was used as the Japanese army's headquarters. Lawang Sewu's main attraction is its tall stained glass window. The building is recently renovated and is open to the public. Tour guides are available at the building's entrance. Though reputated to be haunted due to the great number of executions during WWII, Lawang Sewu remains one of Semarang's most prominent landmarks. Other interesting object are Blenduk church in the old “Dutch” town, China town with its Buddhists temples, Gang Baru market and Gang Lombok where you can find some small warungs with typical Semarang food like lumpia’s.

- CENGKLIK  (1 new item)

Cengklik Reservoir was built in the range of 1926-1928 by the Dutch Colonial Government. In 1970 the reservoir was still able to accommodate 17.5 million cubic meters of water but in 1998 the water capacity decreased to 12.5 million cubic meters. It is estimated that the current reservoir is only able to accommodate about 9 million cubic meters. The reservoir is damaged due to the high process of silting. Currently Cengklik is better known as sunset hunting location for photographers as well as a fishing spot for the locals. Cengklik is located close to Adi Sumarmo Airport, Solo. At clear weather it has a beautiful view with the mountains Merapi and Merbabu at the background.