November 19, 2020, 10.03 PM – If you are stuck on where to go in Indonesia’s capital city and keen on finding unique things to do in Jakarta, then the Cipayung cattle farm may interest you.

While Jakarta is home to plenty of places to visit during the new normal, the cattle farm ecotourism area in Pondok Ranggon, Cipayung, East Jakarta offers an alternative solution to finding things to do in the city.

As reported by Antara, the ecotourism area aims to educate the public about cattle production and livestock products.

“Here, local residents not only focus on breeding cattle, but they are also included in social and economic empowerment measures. Livestock production is the most important aspect taught to visitors,” said Rusmiati, Head of the Livestock Breeding and Health at Jakarta’s Agency for Food, Marine, and Fishery Security.

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The Cipayung cattle farm is the place to go in Jakarta for those interested in gaining more insights behind the Jakarta Provincial Government’s effort to facilitate three cattle farming ecotourism areas.

Aside from Cipayung, visitors can learn about cattle production in South Jakarta and Central Jakarta.

Rusmiati said that cattle breeders are directly involved in supporting ecotourism measures especially those who have extensive experience handling livestock.

Milking cows and producing cow milk

Travelers who make their way to the Cipayung cattle farm will be glad to do that opting for unique things to do in Jakarta comes at zero costs as the entry to the ecotourism area is free.


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