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Sitting in an ideal location on Jalan S. Parman at the very heart of Semarang, the new Hotel NEO lends itself as a base for business travelers and tourists alike, with a convenient address just 20 minutes from Achmad Yani International Airport, 15 minutes from Semarang’s Tawang Train Station and 10 minutes to Lawang Sewu and Kota Lama Historical Building. 

+62 24 850 9900

+6224 850 9900

Jl. S Parman No. 56 Semarang 50232 - Central Java - Indonesia

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Jl. S Parman No. 56 Semarang 50232 - Central Java - Indonesia

Classic Trains Museum of Ambarawa

Classic Trains Museum of Ambarawa


This train museum located in Ambarawa city, Semarang regency. This museum has 12 collections of various old locomotive type, one of them created in Holland, Germany and Swiss. The guests visit this museum with their group can rent the train with 100 passengers to follow the tourism rute from Ambarawa - Bedono along 9,5 km through the jagged rail. While tour, we can enjoy the attractive panorama, such as mount, field, and lake

Gedong Songo Temples


This temple lies 5 km from Bandungan toward the foot-hills of Ungaran mountain, at the height of 1,300-1,500 metres above sea level. Gedong Songo group consist of nine Hindu temples which was built in the middle of the 9th century (songo means nine). Visitors can enjoy the fresh air with mountain view including many more attraction here such as camping ground, hot water bathing, horse ride.

Great Mosque of Central Java

Great Mosque of Central Java


The Great Mosque of Central Java, which is located at Gajah street, Semarang, in an icon to the people of Semarang and Central Java. The majestic mosque, which stands on a 10-hectare land, displays a combined architectural design of Java, Islam and the Roman. It represents the historical development of Islamic religion in Indonesia.

Lawang Sewu


The name Lawang Sewu means Thousand Doors, but among the local Javanese the name connotes an eerie haunted house with a tragic history. This Dutch colonial building was built in 1863 by C. Citroen. Long standing reports of multiple ghost sightings in this building has turned it into a local destination for young students & tourists who would make their visit on weekend nights to experience this legendary haunted house.

Sam Poo Kong Temple

Sam Poo Kong Temple


Sam Poo Kong temple also known as Gedung Batu Temple, is the oldest Chinese temple in Semarang. Originally established by a Chinese Muslim explorer. Called Stone Building because of its shape is a large Stone Cave located on a stone hill.

Budhagaya Watugong Shrine


Budhagaya Watugong shrine complex has great artistic value. With the height of 45 metres, it represents the highest pagoda in Indonesia. It was built in 2005, and  located on Pioneer Road Independence, exactly in front of the Diponegoro military command headquarters. In this seven-floors building, there are some Welas Asih Goddess statues lied on its second until sixth floor, and also has 20 Kwan Im statues.

Simpang Lima

Simpang Lima


Simpang lima is a field in Semarang City centre and the park is where five big roads meet. Around of Simpang lima, we can found a lot of traditional food from Semarang. Every Saturday and Sunday, mostly large number of Semarang citizens gathering here.

Water Blaster Semarang


The most complete and largest family recreation in Semarang. Complete with rides exciting water games coupled with facilities such as flying fox games. Here you can hurtling and spinning 230 meters.

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