I wonder when it starts and how much is the first train ticket price in Indonesia?
The Djoko Kendil train was first operated in 1938 to serve the Nacht Express luxury train for the connection Surabaya-Yogyakarta-Purwokerto-Jakarta. The Djoko Kendil train consists of 2 trains which have been given new numbers, namely IW 3821 and IW 38221.
The name Djoko Kendil itself originates from the story of a princess from Brawijaya kingdom who fell in love with Djoko Kendil, a young man from the community. This aircraft was produced by the Beynes factory in the Netherlands and was restored by KAI at Balai Yasa Manggarai to restore its precious history.
Djoko Kendil is now restored with 41 seats with a balcony, a large room, a small bar, a lounge, and a dining room or meeting room. Jakarta’s Kota Station and Tanjung Priok Station are 2 stations full of history. KAI always keeps the original version of the building and will continue to improve its functionality.
“This Historical Salute Train Project is a sign of KAI’s commitment to preserve and preserve the railway infrastructure and infrastructure that are part of Indonesia’s history,” said KAI President Didiek Hartantyo.
*Author: Tasya Fadila
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