Sentra Flora and Fauna (Sentra Flona) Semanan an Agricultural Enterprise Promotion Center neighborhood with the location Jl. H. Aseni Pintu Air Semanan Kelurahan Semanan, Kecamatan Kalideres, West Jakarta City Administration.

Business actors as much as approximately 50 people of business activities here are auxiliaries of Marine Dept. of Agriculture and Food Security in West Jakarta City Administration. Various agricultural products, fisheries, livestock and processed products are sold as houseplants, betta fish, birds chirping and beer pletok and others.

This Flona centers with an area of 2.9 ha, a large parking area is very convenient for shopping / where the actualization of the hobies ornamental plants, ornamental fish and pet birds. Every Thursday and Sunday Bird Singing Contest held. Sentra Flona a tourist destination flona centers. Remember Sentra Flona remember the beauty of the plant, betta fish and birds chirping sweetly.

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Community Markets
West Jakarta
Jl. H. Aseni Pintu Air Semanan, Kel. Semanan, Kec. Kalideres Kota Administrasi Jakarta Barat

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