I really didn't expect that I would stop by the Living Room Coffee House at noon, right now the café is in Kemang, and it's the weekend, but when I came here, it was very quiet. I just opened the door and it feels like home.
So, this Living Room Coffee House is located right across from LPPI Kemang. And if you see that there is a blue wall, then it's definitely Living Room Coffee House. If you look at the front, it looks small, but when you enter, it turns out that the area extends inward. And the table set is also made like being at home. There is a long sofa, there is a bar table, there is a dining table, and there is also a TV under the sofa. Really like in the Living Room really.
Strawberry Tea, I ordered it because the weather is really hot, and this Strawberry Tea is perfect for quenching thirst. This sweet and sour tea is very fresh from the tip of the tongue to the tip of the intestine.
Americano, this black coffee is also one that can quench thirst. Because this americano uses ice, and the coffee doesn't taste too bitter either. It still tends to be mildly sour, slightly bitter and not too thick.
Dori Sambal Matah, don't eat rice? it's impossible to feel like home dong. Dori Sambal Matah at the Living Room Coffee House is really delicious, not adventurous. Starting from the fluffier rice, the spicy and savory matah sauce, the soft and tender dory fish. That's how the pieces fit for one meal. Don't worry if your mouth is full.
Keep it covered with something sweet. there's the Double Choco Brownies, these brownies are not too small, the texture is dense, but still soft. And the chocolate taste is also really double. And there is still a sour taste from the strawberries perched on top of this cake.
But if you have coffee here, don't fall asleep because it's so comfortable.
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Yakin Jadda Sampai
This is a beautiful hotel! It’s clean and has a lot of comfort items to make you feel at home. We’re in town for a stressful event and coming back to this room was very peaceful.
Overall, I had a great experience with the Ambhara Hotel Jakarta; staff was incredibly helpful, and the amenities were great. The room was wonderful, clean, and perfect to celebrate a birthday weekend.
The best stay ever. The environment was pleasant and welcoming. Both check-in and check-out were professionally handled and easy.
Friendly staff. Clean hotel. Beautiful atmosphere inside and outside around that part of the city.
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The Indonesian National Police Museum (Polri Museum) is located at Jalan Trunojoyo No. 3, Kebayoran Baru, South Jakarta.
The construction of the National Police Museum was initiated by the National Police Chief Gen. Bambang Hendarso Danuri.
The museum was then inaugurated by President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono on (1/7/2019) to coincide with the anniversary of Bhayangkara.
The purpose of building the National Police Museum is to preserve the historical values of the Indonesian police for future generations.
Outside the museum, there is a statue of the father of the Indonesian National Police, Raden Said Soekanto Tjokrodiatmodjo, which was inaugurated by President Abdurrahman Wahid.
The National Police Museum has a 70s building design.
Kite Museum is a museum located on Jl. H. Kamang No. 38, Pondok Labu, South Jakarta. This museum is the first kite museum in Indonesia. The number of kite collections in this museum is 600, but this number continues to grow as new collections from local and foreign servicemen come in as well as kites made by museum employees themselves. The Kite Museum is open every day from 09.00-16.00 WIB. The Kite Museum is closed on a national holiday.
Kites are part of a childhood game that not only functions as a mere game, but can be involved in a certain ritual. Various nations in the world can certainly know the kite game. This phenomenon has prompted kite lovers to establish a kite museum. In the museum, kite lovers will collect various types of kites from abroad and maintain the collection so that they can enjoy their beauty and learn the technology.
The Indonesian Kite Museum was founded by a beauty expert who has been pursuing the world of kites since 1985 by forming Merindo Kites & Gallery which is engaged in the kite business named Endang W. Puspoyo. His love for kites moved him to establish the Indonesian Kite Museum. His work in establishing the Indonesian Kite Museum earned this museum an award from the Indonesian Record Museum (MURI) for breaking the record for the initiator and organizer of making the largest diamond-shaped kite in 2011 and the Indonesian tourism award in 2004, given by I Gede Ardika as Minister Culture and Tourism at that time.