Centuries ago, Semarang was one of the centers from which Islam was disseminated to Indonesia, so it’s not surprising that the many ancient places of worship, such as the Grand Mosque of Central Java (Mesjid Agung Jawa Tengah) and the Tower Mosque (mesjid Menara), attract both foreign and domestic tourist. There’s also the “Bulging Chruch” (Gereja Blenduk), still in the original building from the early 18th century, and Vihara Buddhagaya, the oldest Buddhist monastery in
Its rapid growth has made
One well-known hotel in
The Borobudur Ballroom can hold over 1000 persons, and is the perfect place for meetings or other large events.
Its sister hotel, the Graha Santika, has another ballroom that is regularly used for meetings, both business and social, though not quite as large as the Borobudur Ballroom at the Santika Premiere Hotel Semarang. There’s also Wisma Pancasila, located at Plaza Simpang Lima, which is well suited for any kind of meeting or event.
So if you want to hold a meeting or conduct a social event in