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Important Dates

Full Paper Submission:

Round 1: JUN. 22, 2023

Round 2: JUL. 22, 2023

Notification of Acceptance:

5-10 Days after Submission


Conference Date:

July 22-23, 2023

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About Jakarta

Jakarta Attractions

1. Merdeka Square

Merdeka Square Popular Attractions Photos

Reasons to Recommend: Merdeka Square is located in the center of Jakarta, also known as Modica Square. The surrounding streets are wide and tidy, dotted with flowers and trees, and the greenery is full of greenery. Many locals take a leisurely walk here. Independence Square is centered on the Indonesian National Independence Monument, with the Ministry of Defense compound and the Central Museum on the west street, and the Gambir Railway Station on the east. On the southeast corner of the square is a group of horse-drawn carriage sculptures shaped according to the storyline of the epic Mahabharata, which is very spectacular. There is also a musical fountain in the park on the west side of the monument.

2.Thousand Islands

Thousand Islands Popular Attractions Photos

Reasons to Recommend: The Old Town of Jakarta, also known as the Old Town of Kota, is located in the north of Jakarta, near Chinatown. It was formerly known as the ancient city of Batavia, the capital of the Dutch colonial period. There are many old buildings left by the Dutch, with a strong Dutch occupation period. Flavor, clear pattern. The central area is the square called Fatassila Garden, where there are folk performances from time to time, surrounded by museums and coffee shops. What was once the Old Dutch Town Hall is now a historical museum. There are also MuseumWayang, MuseumMandiri, MuseumMaritime (old warehouse) and BankIndonesiaMuseum nearby.

3.Museum Nasional Indonesia

Museum Nasional Indonesia Popular Attractions Photos

Reasons to Recommend: The museum is located on Independence West Street, west of Independence Square in the city center. It was built in 1868 and is the largest and richest museum in Indonesia. The museum is a European-style white building. There is a bronze elephant standing on the stone pier on the lawn in front of the museum, which was donated by King Rama V of Siam when he visited in 1871, so the museum is also called "Elephant Museum" or "Elephant House". The museum has gold and silver ornaments room, bronze ware room, currency room, antiquities exhibition room, prehistoric exhibition room, wood ware exhibition room, folk customs exhibition room, East India Company exhibition room, etc. Ding and Li from the Bronze Age in China 4,000 years ago, ancient Chinese ceramics and coins, the elephant-headed Buddha statue on Java Island, the unique house model in Sumatra, shadow play, puppet show props, etc.

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