October 21, 2020, 08.22 PM
Australia is a popular tourist destination and its Taronga Zoo features an Indonesian village replica that has taken TikTok users by storm. shutterstock/Luciano MarottaAustralia is a popular tourist destination and its Taronga Zoo features an Indonesian village replica that has taken TikTok users by storm.

KOMPAS.com – A video of a replica of an Indonesian village installed in Australia's Taronga Zoo has taken TikTok by storm.

While Australia is famous for its Sydney Opera House, it has not stopped the country’s tourism sector from including a touch of Indonesia as part of its tourism attractions.

A TikTok video uploaded by user Sheila Pranoto (@rapuncila) on October 12 showed an Indonesian village replica right at the heart of Sydney’s Taronga Zoo.

Food pushcarts labeled with Indonesian classic dishes in the range of Indonesian Chicken Noodles and Kupat Tahu (Rice Cake and Tofu in Peanut Sauce) can be seen in the video.

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Replicas of other sites commonly found in Indonesian villages such as a car repair shop and convenience stores are part of the exhibit at Taronga Zoo.

“Guess if this is Indonesia or not???” wrote Sheila in her TikTok video.

At the start of the video, Sheila is seen playfully running towards a convenience store synonymous with Indonesia where she later knocked on the door and pretended to purchase an item.

The camera then shifts to show a food pushcart selling Indonesian Chicken Noodles and Kupat Tahu further accentuating the feeling of being in Indonesia at the Taronga Zoo.

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