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First time come for me to this old palace. Since the entrance is starting from Kanoman market, i never imagine if there some palace.
Lack of information for the visitor to enter, so i just saw from the outside only.
So far, really so sad...More
Kanomanan Palace is the residential palace of Sultan Anom the 13th and his family. The small Sultanate was the result of the Cirebon Sultanate division back in the 17th century.
The building is rather odd and unkept. We went inside the throne room and stunned...More
This place is one of historical places located in Cirebon. When I came here, I searched for the ticket booth but I did not found. I meet a guide and she was the family member of the Keraton. Just give her some money tips after...More
The place it's not too big, and only monument. Don't think that we can get a palace as a symbol of kingdom just like in yogyakarta. The place is behind the traditional market,so it is not represent as a palace.the parking lot quite big cos...More
Very sad with the condition of this Keraton.
Although the local guide said it will have renovation, but in 2018.
We were quite confused to find the place, eventhough we used google map.
Turns out we have to pass traditional market to reach the Keraton...More
Well, you did not have many options when it came to tourist attraction in cirebon. So i just visited here. Actually there was not much to see here. To make it worse you had to walk through kanoman traditional market which were quite dirty. This...More
I didn't go inside the palace. I came here for lunch only. The local guide recommended us to have lunch here. We were lunch in the palace terrace. Quite comfy. The price is 25,000 for each. I feel proud I can feel the experience of...More
Hidden palace. We have passing through traditional market of Kanoman to reach tha palace. Dirty entry road and several palace site/vintage auditorium permanently blocked.
Unique buildings and so many old Chinese plate ceramics on the wall....
The government must be more pay attention to this...More