Location: Jalan Sultan Hasanussin, Bulogading, Ujung Pandang, Makassar City, South Sulawesi 90171
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Tigers or tigers are included in wild animals and symbolize courage. In Makassar there is a tiger statue built in the middle of a city park and is a monument.
The monument symbolizing a struggle over the 45 troops. It was built in 1985 and then inaugurated by the Minister of Political and Security Affairs at that time, namely Mr. Surono.
On the tiger monument, the inscription is inscribed, ‘With the grace of God Almighty, I inaugurate the Indonesian Tiger Rebels Army in Ujung Pandang. Signed by Menkopolkam Surono ‘.
This tiger statue is in the Triangle Park. The location or address is Jalan Sultan Hasanussin, Bulogading, Ujung Pandang, Makassar City, South Sulawesi. Right behind the Makassar city hall office.
If you pay more attention, the monument has inscriptions that explain the origin or history of the establishment of this statue. Writing explaining this is found on each side of the statue.
On the right side of the statue is engraved with the name of the leader and the area of the Indonesian Tiger Kalaskaran movement. For example, the main leadership was under Mochammad Syah, and for the city of Makassar under the command of R. Wolter Monginsidi.
Likewise, every other side is engraved with the name of each leader for each region. The struggle of these men was truly meritorious and highly appreciated.
The triangular garden not only holds historical monuments, it has a function as a city park, making it a frequently visited place to relax for a moment.
The triangle park is also a favorite place to exercise. This park is full of big and shady trees. Keeps it super cool, even for sports.
The place is quite wide and is supported by adequate facilities, making it a suitable place for sports. One of the favorite facilities is having a direct drinking water tap.
The direct drinking water tap is useful for visitors, especially if they are exercising and forget to bring drinking water.
The existence of a park in the middle of the city gives its own freshness. Not only for decoration, but also for gathering, casually reading books accompanied by eating sweet dumplings, and of course as a comfortable sports venue.
There are many testimonies from visitors, that regular exercise at the tiger park has played a role in losing weight and reducing waist circumference.
Did you know that tigers and tigers seem to have become symbols of courage and beyond their limits. Therefore, many have named several tourist objects with the name tiger, such as the tiger museum located in the Kebon Jeruk area, West Jakarta.
The uniqueness of the Tiger Museum
The Macan Museum in Jakarta is included in a unique museum and displays various kinds of contemporary art and other styles.
Almost all of the works featured here have their own characteristics and uniqueness. Therefore, it is used as a tourist attraction. Open every Tuesday to Sunday, from ten to seven in the evening.
The exact location is at AKR tower Level MM, Jalan Panjang number lime, Kebon Jeruk, West Jakarta. To get to the museum, you can use public transportation which is widely available in Jakarta. Starting from Transjakarta to KRL.
The museum with an area of four thousand square meters is deliberately created in a distinctive contemporary style by showing the existence of two worlds that are united. The point is to build relationships that combine local and global communities in the arts.
This is the background of the creation of the MACAN museum. MACAN itself stands for modern and contemporary art in Indonesia.
In November 2017 an exhibition was held with the title Art Turns World Turns. At the exhibition, around 90 collections of art belonging to Haryanto Adikoesomo were displayed.
The collection includes artists from Indonesia such as paintings by Raden Saleh, S Sudjojono. For foreign artists, several works of art from Wang Guangyi, Andy Warhol, Cai Guo Qiang, and many more were displayed.
The admission ticket charged at the Macan Museum is Rp. 50000 for adults, Rp. 40000 for the elderly and Rp. 30000 for children. The museum even offers membership tickets that provide many privileges.
The membership ticket is charged for a year-long fee. The purpose of this program is to attract more art enthusiasts and actors. Join the museum.
That’s a glimpse of an art museum called MACAN, according to the concept presented to attract public interest in art.
Still talking about tigers. This time it was really a tiger or a tiger. One of the protected animals, especially the white tiger and leopard.
If you are the type of person who likes safari. Seeing wild and wild animals firsthand, surely you are familiar with animals such as tigers or tigers.
In Indonesia there are many savanna fields and also wild animals running freely as seen in Africa. One such place is Baluran National Park.
Baluran National Park is protected. It can be said as a nature reserve too. Everything on it is on the protection list. Primarily wild animals, because they are often a commodity in the black market trade.
If you are too afraid to interact directly with wild animals, simply go to the zoo. You can see beyond the guardrail, like a beetle flying in circles.
Suggestions for visitors, if you are seeing wild animals in the zoo, make sure the cage door is always closed. So that there are no accidents like before.
A tiger handler known as Sumiati, was killed by being attacked. That’s the news that was reported. So still have to be vigilant and never try dangerous things.