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Sam Po Kong Temple

Jl. Simongan Raya 129, Semarang 50236, Indonesia
+62 24 7605277
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Chinese Traces in Semarang : Kelenteng Sam Po Kong

In a century of 14, Cheng Ho, a famous Sailor Man from China landed in Semarang. Kelenteng Sam Po... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
ramundro
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Jakarta, Indonesia
wonderful pagoda in town

This is a nice place for photography, this is the big pagoda in town. There is a chance to take... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
wahyuni
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jakarta
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Jl. Simongan Raya 129, Semarang 50236, Indonesia
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Reviewed 3 days ago

In a century of 14, Cheng Ho, a famous Sailor Man from China landed in Semarang. Kelenteng Sam Po Kong was the building to remembering such event. This building become famous because the uniqueness. While the other building is based on Javanese culture, but Kelenteng...More

Thank ramundro
Reviewed 4 days ago

This is a nice place for photography, this is the big pagoda in town. There is a chance to take photography with the Chinese dress. It's better to visit in the morning or afternoon when it is not so hot.

Thank wahyuni
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

this place is a great location to take pictures. when the daytime is very hot, you can prepare a hat or umbrela. The ticket price is cheap, the price is divided into 2, go into the courtyard only and enter into the temple.

Thank Lasmi N
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This temple is former stopover and first landing of a moslem chinese admiral named Zheng He / Cheng Ho, which located in Simongan area, southwest of Semarang City. This place represents chinese architecture heritage in Semarang, and it is a great place for photography and...More

Thank asriniruth
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

If you are traveling to Semarang, you should visit this place. This place has a magnificent temple and big yard. I recommend you to come around 3-5 pm because the weather is so hot at noon and there's no trees around the yard. If you...More

Thank Monica F
Reviewed 15 August 2017

It is a nice temple, in memory of Admiral Zheng Ho. You can get few nice pictures of it. You can also rent their chinese costume for photo taking.

Thank DollBell
Reviewed 10 August 2017

Who is Admiral Zheng He you said? It doesn't matter if you don't know him at all. Because by coming here you could read some of his history. Fyi, it could get quite scorching in the afternoon, so it would be wise to come here...More

Thank andiandiaan
Reviewed 6 August 2017 via mobile

We took a Grab car from and to the temple as it's a bit difficult to get there by public transport and it's a few kilometres to the SW of the town centre. The complex consists of several individual temples and it's a nice spot...More

Thank JanaC_free2017
Reviewed 2 August 2017 via mobile

It's quite nice to visit, especially the temples, which is divided by a fence and a water stream from the rest of the complex. The temples have nice wood carving and also the stone relief with the history is fascinating.

Thank LudgerZ
Reviewed 1 August 2017 via mobile

Yep. We call it sticky situation cause it always hot and sweaty around the area.. It is a great place to visit while you are in Semarang. The history of Cheng Ho will dragged you away to the beauty of dominated-red color all over the...More

Thank echa m
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