Orang utans

Refreshing At Ragunan Zoo, Jakarta

Ragunan Zoo in Jakarta is a welcome relief from the chaos of Jakarta. Strolling among the 50,000 trees in the 147 hectare (363 acre) park caused me to forget I was in the middle of one of the most densely populated cities on Earth. The zoo is home to over 3,000 animals. While Ragunan Zoo[…]

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Schmutzer Primate Center

A Perfect Holiday Trip To Ragunan Zoological Park

The most visited tourism object in southern Jakarta is Kebun Binatang Ragunan (Ragunan Zoo), particularly on week end or public holiday crowded by thousands of people. Ragunan zoo was designed as an open zoo concept, which allowed visitor come closer to the animals. The zoo was also designed as a recreational park, which made the[…]

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Jakarta, The Megapolitan City in Asia

Jakarta has been called a study in contrasts: traditional and modern; rich and poor; spiritual and wordly stand side by side in this bustling metropolis. Among the 12 million people who call Jakarta home, one finds representatives of the many diverse ethnic and cultural groups which shape Indonesia, a reminder of the nation’s motto: ’‘Unity[…]

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Ragunan Zoo, Jakarta

Indonesia, The Zoo Travel

Indonesia is a tropical country that has so many areas of tropical forest flora and fauna. To know the flora and fauna are then built in urban zoos. However, so if you want pristine atmosphere then you can do exploration in national parks. Ragunan Zoo Ragunan Zoo located in Pasar Minggu, Jakarta. Founded in 1864[…]

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Ragunan Zoo, South Jakarta

Holidays in Jakarta : Travel To Ragunan Zoo

Ragunan zoo is one of the main tourist objects in Jakarta. It is located on Jalan RM Harsono, Ragunan, South Jakarta. The zoo covers an area of 140 hectares and is the largest zoo in Indonesia. Ragunan zoo has a big collection of animals (more than 4,000 animals consisting of 295 species). The animals are[…]

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The elephants, Ragunan zoo

Ragunan Zoo, Combining The Concept Of Zoo And Park

From the charming Orangutan living in the deep tropical rainforests of Kalimantan to the legendary Komodo dragon in Flores, the Indonesian Archipelago – with its uniquely diverse natural characteristics – is home to some of the most fascinating animals of the world. To encounter these amazing creatures, one does not, however, need to make long adventurous journeys into the[…]

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The Schmutzer Primate Centre, Ragunan

The Schmutzer Primate Center, Ragunan Zoo

The Schmutzer Primate Center is one of the largest in the world and houses many different primate species amongst which gorillas, chimpanzees and orangutans. The facilities are designed in innovative ways where the animals can decide whether to be seen or not and where natural food is growing in the enclosures, the only place in[…]

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