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Parks in Jakarta that You Can Visit during the Transition of PSBB

By Isny Dewi R

12 August 2020

Parks in Jakarta that have reopened during the transition of PSBB period.

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Are you planning to visit the city park in Jakarta this weekend? If so, make sure you’ve checked which parks have reopened during the transition of the PSBB period. You can see five of them below! Don't forget to always comply with the health protocols when visiting the park! ⁣
 
1. Kendal River Park
One of the Taman Maju Bersama (TMB) was built in 2019. Located on Jalan Sungai Kendal, in Rorotan, Cilincing, Kendal River Park is one of the parks in North Jakarta that can be visited during the transition of PSBB period. There are several facilities that you can enjoy here, such as a jogging track, children's playground, toilets, and an artificial lake. If you come in the afternoon, don't forget to watch the beautiful sunset at this park.
 

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  • Kendal River Park
  • Address: Jalan Sungai Kendal, Rorotan, Cilincing, North Jakarta
 
2. Kebagusan Park
For South Jakartans who want to visit the park, there are several parks that you can visit during the transition of PSBB. One of them is Kebagusan Park. As its name, the Green Open Space (RTH) is located on Jalan Kebagusan I, in Pasar Minggu area, South Jakarta. During the transition of the PSBB period, the park is opened in two stages. The first stage is from 06.00 to 10.00, while the second stage is from 14.00 to 17.00.
 

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  • Kebagusan Park
  • Address: Jalan Kebagusan I, Kebagusan, Pasar Minggu, South Jakarta
 
3. Green Garden Kedoya Park
Meanwhile, West Jakartans, especially those who live in Green Garden, Kedoya, can visit the Green Garden Park for doing activities outside the home and being close to nature. Uniquely, the park which can be visited during the transition of the PSBB period has many beautiful yellow tecomaria flowers. There are also a jogging track and basketball court for people who want to exercise.
 

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  • Green Garden Park
  • Address: Jl. Comp. Green Garden, Kedoya Utara, Kebon Jeruk, West Jakarta
 
4. Bamboo Park
Bamboo Park is one of the parks in East Jakarta that you can visit during the transition of PSBB, the green open space in Jakarta is located on Jalan Rawa Binong, in Cipayung. What's interesting about Bamboo Park is that apart from being a place for people to get a recreation facility, this park also functioned as a rain garden. This is because Bamboo Park has three ponds that functioned as a catchment for rainwater spills into the ground. These pools are also beautiful to be photographed with your camera.
 

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  • Bamboo Park
  • Address: Jl. Rawa Binong Blok Jacky No.60, Setu, Cipayung, East Jakarta
 
5. Picnic Park
The park, which is located on Jalan Manunggal II, in East Jakarta, is also one of the parks in East Jakarta that can be visited during the transition of the PSBB period.
 
You can feel a beautiful atmosphere when you enter the park which is decorated with various kinds of plants. There are staircases leading to the main park which is quite unique because under the stairs there’s a retention pond and a bioswale (pollutant filter) as a water control area. In the main park area, there are also several Tabebuya trees. Picnic Park also features concrete seating and some children's games.
 

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Picnic Park is quite comfortable to visit and the scenery is quite beautiful. This park is also part of the TMB program which has the main function of being ecological as well as adding the aesthetic of the city, as well as spaces for people, get interacted, and of course, it is free. Before being revitalized into a Picnic Park, this area was an empty land that was used by local residents as a garbage dump.
 
  • Picnic Park
  • Address: Jl. Manunggal II, Cipinang Melayu, Makasar, East Jakarta

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