Views from the Lake – University of Indonesia, Depok

I really have a huge accolade for stunning sceneries all around the campus of University of Indonesia Campus in Depok. It is always a great day to step my feet and brush my eyes with well-designed landscape that cover the university. That is the greatest thing about the university, the spirit for learning and teaching blend nicely with the mother’s nature son.

UI Depok Campus
University of Indonesia map (Depok campus)
Pic source : http://www.ui.ac.id/id/campus/page/peta-kampus-depok

In my earlier post, I shared some views of the pedestrian
On this post, the focus is on the beautiful images around the biggest lake in the University of Indonesia. The lake is perhaps the center point of the campus, the trademark of the landscape over here, as from that zone we could see the UI Directorate, Library, the Mosque, and some of the Departments like School of Law, etc. So one who visit this campus, should not miss a chance to at least walk around the lake to enjoy this view.

These are old photos, but luckily the queen of weather smiled so sweetly to me that I really had a good time in capturing the stills even with my very cheap camera – you can see the sunshine spring on this photos 🙂

Please enjoy 🙂

University of Indonesia Library on Cunstruction

University of Indonesia Library on Cunstruction

The Lake inside University of Indonesia, with glittering sunshine reflection upon the water

The Lake inside University of Indonesia, with glittering sunshine reflection upon the water


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My Diary – Short Train Journey from Maja – Rangkasbitung

I caught an economy train (kind of sleeper class in India train) for my departure from Maja to Rangkasbitung in Banten Province, Indonesia. The trip covered something like 30-km-distance (mostly flat with little hills one or two) and took about 40 minutes long. It was actually a sleeper train overall but as the economy ticket holder, I can only stand with other passengers in the corridor. Luckily, I can stand by the door facing the views in the flesh..

A view from Maja Railway Station

A view from Maja Railway Station

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Ahmad Yani Park, Medan

These are photos of the greenly Ahmad Yani Park in Medan, my home town. Named after our Indonesian hero who sacrificed himself during revolution era in 1965 to tackle the communist rebels in Indonesia.

I went there in 2011 with my nephews, uncle, and cousin to enjoy some relaxing and refreshing air just in the middle of the city. With so many green plants and high trees added with great landscape design, it is a very good place to take our wheel off and spend some rest. I heard that last month the city’s government have added some children and sports tools to make the park more enjoyable. That’s great

Lush

Lush

My family still for a capture

My family still for a capture

Unique banana tree

Unique banana tree

My nephews enjoyed their lunch

My nephews enjoyed their lunch

Children's area

Children playing ground

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