Quest Hotel Simpang Lima - Semarang is easily accessible from all directions such as Chinatown (walking distance) that famous with Semawis market on Friday and Saturday night, Simpang lima area as a center of government offices, shopping and entertainment area, Train Station (3 km), Airport (13 km).


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Jalan Plampitan No. 37-39, Bangunharjo, Semarang Tengah, Kota Semarang, Jawa Tengah 50138



Pasar Semawis Semarang

Pasar Semawis Semarang

Located in Gang Warung, Semarang, Pasar Semawis or better known as Waroeng Semawis, is a night market that sells a variety of scrumptious Indonesian and Chinese influenced foods and drinks.  Initially established in 2004 to memorialize 600 years of Cheng Ho’s first expedition to Semarang, this night market is lined with street hawkers that sell a delectable selection of Semarang’s iconic foods.

Blenduk Church

Built in 1753 in the city of Semarang, the Blenduk Church in the Old Town or Kota Tua  Semarang, is renowned for being the oldest Protestant Church in Central Java. Originally built in a traditional Javanese ‘Joglo’ style, the church then underwent a remodel in 1894 to the current iconic Doric order design that can be seen today. The emblematic octagonal copper dome (also known as mblenduk in Javanese) is said to be inspired by the Church of St Peter Basilica in Vatican City.

Lawang Sewu

Lawang Sewu

Lawang Sewu or otherwise known as the building with a thousand doors, is a historic landmark of Semarang. Originally built as headquarters of the Dutch East Indies Railway Company, this building is rich in historical significance. For those who love the eerie, many believe this building  is said to be haunted.

Masjid Agung Semarang

Masjid Agung Jawa Tengah has great potential, especially in religious tourism and historical value. Masjid Agung Jawa Tengah have the advantage in a strategic location in Semarang, Central Java. Attraction Masjid Agung Jawa Tengah stand firmly within building with unique architecture and other unique.

Sam Poo Kong

Sam Poo Kong

Admiral Cheng Ho, or otherwise known as Zheng He, was a significant historical figure in Indonesian history, particularly in the city of Semarang. A Muslim explorer originating from China, Ho played a critical role in introducing Chinese culture and traditions to the Indonesian community. The son of Haji Ha Ma Zhi, Ho was the right hand man to third Chinese Emperor Yong Le in the Ming Dynasty.