Tawang railway station is an A-type large class station which is located in Taman Tawang Street No. 1, Tj. Mas, North Semarang, Semarang, Central Java, 50211. Its location is considered strategic as it lies not far from a tourist area, Semarang Old Town. It is the biggest station in the capital city of Central Java and belongs to Operation Region IV Semarang.
Built in 1868, Tawang station still maintains its classic ambiance while combining it with sophisticated and modern facilities. As the main station, Tawang provides service for several train classes, such as Economy, Executive, and Mixed Class. The routes that this station serves include the routes to other cities in Java (Jakarta, Surabaya, Solo, Madiun, Purwokerto, and Bandung) as well as the commuter line routes to other regions in Semarang (Semarang Poncol, Cepu, and Ngrombo).
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Semarang is the capital city of Central Java Province. As a home for about 2 million citizens, Semarang is believed as one of the well-developed cities in Java Island. It is often compared to other metropolitan cities in Indonesia, such as Jakarta, Surabaya, Medan, and Bandung.
The city is famously known as “Lumpia city.” Lumpia (Lunpia) is a special food originated in Semarang, and it is even popular as one of the Indonesia’s special cuisines. Semarang citizens believe that this food is a symbol of cultural reconciliation in Semarang because Lumpia is created from the acculturation of Javanese and Chinese culture.
As a well-developed city, the tourism sector in Semarang is also increasing positively. Semarang offers a beauty of the classic city that has attracted many tourists and travelers. Semarang Old Town is a tourism mascot of the city. This tourist area provides the attractive vintage and old-style city with its classic buildings that have been existed since Dutch colonialism era. Semarang Old Town is 31 hectare in area and owns several main icons, such as Blenduk Church, Tawang Semarang station, Mercusuar and Mberok Bridge.