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Suburbs of Tanjung Wedhus

zahrul3

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Update 2:

I'll just show you the main residential areas(currently) of Tanjung Wedhus. I will only show the parts governed by the municipality of Tanjung Wedhus.

Let's all start!

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Northern Tanjung Wedhus A.K.A North Beach, just due north of the downtown, is an upper middle class suburb. To the south you can see the PT TransArafura railyards and Latuharhatry Regional Hospital, serving the the entire north region of Arafura Island and the small islands between Arafura Island and Timor. A housing project housing the city's(mainly native Timorese) poor lies just west of North Beach.

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West Tanjung Wedhus, or more known as Mbojo, a middle class suburb. To the west it borders Flores New Town, a (currently) unincorporated community. The border is Jl. Tandean, a major north-south road.

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University City. No explanation needed.

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East Tanjung Wedhus, or Sawunggalih, is a mainly lower-middle/working class suburb with some big homes here and there. The big homes are priced the same as the average family house in other parts of Tanjung Wedhus.

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South Tanjung Utara, or South Beach. The houses in front of the beach are priced upwards of Rp 3.000.000.000,- . It has a considerable amount of Westerners living here as well.

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Taliwang Gardens, an elite neighborhood where houses, even the smaller ones, regularly reach prices above Rp. 3.000.000.000. Like South Beach, there is a considerable amount of Westerners here, mainly Australian expats.

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Baturea, or Northwest Tanjung Wedhus, a basic middle class subdivision. Smaller houses here range from Rp 400.000.000-1.000.000.000,- while larger ones fetch prices slightly lower than those of South Beach, Taliwang Gardens and North Beach.

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Far north Tanjung Wedhus, or Rasunae Baru, is a middle class neighborhood constructed around the 90s to respond to the national housing boom, due to the existing rail line and the firm, non-marsh terrain which makes it much easier to build around. To the south is Rasunae Stadium,

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Thats all for now guys!

Next update: Update 2.1 Random Closeups



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