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Wahana Cinta Momozen : Soon Will Be The Highest Ferris Wheel in Indonesia!

The East Jakarta area in Indonesia is still being developed and there are lots of construction & development there, including the ones at Jakarta Garden City. On this area, there are several areas that is still being constructed, two of them are AEON Mall & Ferris Wheel Wahana Cinta Momozen.


Wahana Cinta Momozen


Located near the entrance of Jakarta Garden City complex, you could see the big building of AEON Mall and the fondation of Ferris Wheel. It is projected to be completed by September 2017. Before the official grand opening, Wahana Cinta Momozen group invite IBornToTravel together with other bloggers & medias to join the press conference.


Press Con Momozen


Press-Con Wahana Cinta Momozen at Club House Jakarta Garden City



The press conference was attended by the Momozen team from Japan & Indonesia. Momozen itself means “1000 Kebaikan” in Bahasa or 1000 Goodness. In Indonesia, it is owned by PT Momozen Amusemen Indonesia with their mission to bring a new experience in the entertainment industry with 3 principals which are Omotenasi (friendliness), Omoiyari (teamwork) and Originality.




The Ferris Wheel already applied the international quality standard, using a high quality technologi in terms of the fondation, safety, completed with anti-lightning protection. The head of the constructor itself is from Japan, of course with the help of Indonesian to finish the project.

Momozen press con


Aside from the press conference about the Ferris Wheel, IBornToTravel and the others were also introduced about the food that will be sold & the passengers could enjoy it on board. The head chef is coming and he explain about two Grab & Go Food, which are the Shawarma & Brazillian Chicken Wing.


Momozen Chef






Wahana Cinta Momozen Prototype

As TRAVELs could see, when the Ferris Wheel is done, it will look like this.



What You Can Do at The Ferris Wheel & Surrounding?

1. Book a Couple Gondola, say “I Love You” , Purpose , or anything romantic to your beloved ones.


love you


Yes, TRAVELs could book a couple gondola if TRAVELs want to express your love, purpose your girl/boyfriend, or say other important things. This Gondola is not just for young lovers. For example if TRAVELs have already been married for 50 years, why not expressing your love again on the sky?


2. Book a VIP Gondola, enjoy the view with family.


vip gondola


If TRAVELs want a quality time with family but don’t have time going out of town, then simply book the VIP Gondola and enjoy the view.


3. Lock your love with the “Love Lock”.

There will be a special place where couples could buy a lock, sign their name on it, then lock it and throw the key away, so there love will be eternal.


4. Buy a ticket and enjoy the ride with the other passengers.

If TRAVELs are fine riding with other passengers, or maybe you are visiting Wahana Cinta all by yourself, TRAVELs could enjoy the ride with other passengers. It only load maximum 6 passengers on each Gondola, so it will be fine and not packed.


5. Enjoying the Grab & Go Food at The Cafe.

There will be 4 different tenants who offers F&B that TRAVELs could bring inside the Gondola. The tenats consist of Ice Cream Tenants, Sweets Tenants, Grab&Go Tenants and Beverages Tenants. Two of their recommended menus are the Grab & Go Food.

– Shawarma (Kebab)


chicken kebab


TRAVELs could choose between chicken and beef. Taste good and they’re using the freshest ingredients!

– Brazilian Chicken Wings


chicken wing


TRAVELs could taste a hint of honey, and the chicken is tender enough. Eventhough it’s a bit complicated to eat it because TRAVELs need to eat with hand, but still enjoyable!


The Ferris Wheel Capacity, Time & Entrance Fee

Now that TRAVELs already look at the prototype, know what TRAVELs could do there, then TRAVELs must be wondering how much the entrance fee is, how long is the ride, and how many Gondolas available?

Entrance Fee Ticket

Single Entrance Fee = IDR 50,000 (1 Gondola with the other passengers, in total 6 persons)

Couple Entrance Fee = IDR 160,000 (1 Gondola 2 persons only)

VIP / Family Entrance Fee = IDR 350,000 (1 Gondola 6 persons, exclusive)

There will be 32 Gondolas with air conditioner where each of them could load 6 passengers. 6 of the Gondolas are designed special for VIP / Couple.

1 round will be around 15 minutes. If TRAVELs book a Couple Gondola, for example for expressing your love or others, then TRAVELs could have 30 minutes (2 rounds).


Overall, IBornToTravel just can’t wait to attend the Grand Opening and be the first one to try the Wahana Cinta Momozen. It will be nice to view Jakarta from up above! Looking forward to it, save the date TRAVELs! On September 2017!

(IBornToTravel join the press-con on 28th February 2017)


Grand Opening soon on September 2017

Jakarta Garden City, Jl. Raya Cakung Cilincing

Jakarta Timur


Thanks, reader(s)!

[Megan Faustine]



Let’s Go & Hunt Some Photos at Kota Tua, Jakarta!

Do you know beside Travelling and Eating, I have another hobby which is photography?
You might guess it while looking at my travel and food photos, even though it’s not a professional photography, it all looks great right?
(*Pede amat yak!* Well, it’s okay to be proud of myself sometimes, isn’t it? 😉 )
On Sunday, I went to Kota Tua – in North Jakarta – because I already miss hunting photos too much!
Yes, it’s been a long time since my last hunting session.
I just started to work as a fresh graduates and I’m kinda busy in office!
– maklum, first jobber jadi so sibuk gitu deh –
Not only that… I went here because I want to drive my just-arrived Toyota Agya!
Finally after 6 months saving I could by a car with my own money!
*Whoa… 6 months? That fast?* I know you might get suspicious… hahaha!
Yep right, that fast! Thanks to Toyota Agya’s price that is very affordable and reasonable for a first jobber, I could buy my own car without asking my parents for that. super happy!
Now, now, the intermezzo is right until there, because I’ve arrived in Kota Tua, Jakarta!
It’s super crowded there and it feels like impossible to get a parking area for a car.
Fortunately, thanks for my super slim and skinny Toyota Agya, I could easily get a parking lot – like seriously, a lot faster than the other car around! –
Taking out my gear (read: camera) I start to look around at Kota Tua.
So crowded right? You can see the Pos Indonesia building right on your right side!!

Human Interest

One of my favourite photo theme is actually Human Interest, which means I secretly take a candid shot of people doing their things. There’s always a story behind each Human Interest photos from the photographer point of view. That’s why I love it!
They usually don’t share about the point of view or the story, they just keep it on their head. But well, since I’m a nice one, I’ll share you my perspective in each photos!
Here’s some of my fav shots in Kota Tua – and the story – how do you think?
An old man was playing puppets with “dangdut” songs
I take this shot because I realize that this man is super old but he has the spirit to fight! Maybe he’s going through a hard life. His hair and beard colour is white & long, looks like he never go to saloon for years. His cap is old, might be as old as his age, and his clothes looks like it has not been wash properly. I just wonder if he has a kid or not, is there any one who still take care after him…
Foreigners enjoying their time! Upss… or not?
I take this shot because I’m in love with the black tank-top foreigners style, especially that glasses!! It’s super cool! I’m glad that foreigners could enjoy their time, chill out comfortably with their friends in Kota Tua.
Thennn, I realize there’s one foreigner with a white T-Shirt at the back… why you look so sad & confuse? Hmm, she might be waiting for a friend and I hope they will arrive soon!

Free Shots

Second, I also love to take whatever shots – scenery, stuffs, anything! Here’s what I capture in Kota Tua.
Lots of museums and old buildings that you could visit around Kota Tua, Jakarta. Proud of Indonesia YEAH!!
Buy some souvenirs while strolling around Kota Tua: A must!
Love cycling? Let’s rent this out!


Last but not least… FOOD! Yeep, there are lots of food stalls in Kota Tua, and one of them is traditional street food like the ones eaten by this girl.
Oh my, so hungry right now!
Some girls were enjoying their food! Makes me hungry!
Overall, I can say that Kota Tua is super beautiful, unique, and so Indonesia!
You could go to the museum, watch street performance, rent a bicycle, buy some souvenirs, eat traditional street food, and even say hi to foreigners! Anything!
I realized that I’m still a super amateur photographer, but I just want to show people how I look at the world 🙂
Believe it or not, every people has a different and beautiful perspective in their own eyes about the surroundings.
Those perspective could be shown through each of their photos.
That’s why, if you notice, every photographer has a different style / characteristic, right?
If you share the same hobby as me, taking photos, don’t be shy to drop comments, give critiques to my shots, and drop you blog(s) URL too so I can visit and see your world!
See you in the next hunting photo session & posts!
Thanks, reader(s)!

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