Singles Parks / Pasupati Parks

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Taman Pasupati, or better known as (Taman Jomblo), is a park that located under the Pasupati Bridge, Bandung, West Java. The park was inaugurated by the mayor of Bandung, RidwanKamil, on January 4, 2014.

In legal definitions for interpersonal status, a single person or Jomblo (in Indonesian term) is someone who is not in a relationship or is "unmarried". In common usage, the term single is often used to refer to someone who is not involved in any type of serious romantic relationship, including long-term dating, engagement, or marriage. Both single and unmarried people may participate in dating rituals and other activities to find a long-term partner or spouse. However, in some cases single people are not interested in marriage, domestic partnership, or other types of formal, committed relationships.
The term of “Taman Jomblo”is made by Ridwan Kamil because of the presence of a seat in that park that shaped like a colorful cube with a small sizeand only fit for one person.
The cube can also be used as a place to display the art work in accordance with the theme of that park for the youngsters. However, the other side of the park there was a long bench that curved and can occupied by many people. At the back of Taman Jomblo there are also a skateboard rink (skateboards) which has now become a favorite location for skateboard players in Bandung. Thisskateboard arena has a completeness with an international scale.
There are some Bandung skateboard communities that utilize this facility and named it with the “Mini Skate Park” so this activity join in adorn “the world of skateboard” in Bandung.
If from the bottom of Surapati road, with clear our eyes will see the connecting structure of letters that read “Taman Pasupati”colored red and white. That is where Taman Jomblo exist. There are about 60 beams of concrete are arranged neatly in an area of 25x25 meters. This beam there are approximately 70 centimeters, and also 1 meter.
These concrete beams looks interesting because ofthe colorful paint. There are green, dark blue, light green, orange, yellow and others. At night, the concrete beams will light because the light is installed at the bottom.
In addition being a place forthe youngsters to hang out, on February 22, 2014, Taman Jomblo has chosen as the venue for the launch event of “Bandung From Spaces to Places” by Galih Sedayu, activists of photography and leaders of Bandung Creative Community Forum (BCCF).
These park has become one of the favorite places of youth in Bandung. Usually they hang out during the day until the evening, while utilizing the free internet accessthat already served by the city government of Bandung.
Source:
-http://id.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taman_Pasupati
-http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Single_person
-https://equshay.wordpress.com/category/essays/photography/
-http://mygetinfo.com/2014/01/taman-jomblo-dan-aneka-taman-tematik-kota-bandung/
-http://travel.detik.com/read/2014/08/14/074635/2661613/1519/pas-banget-ada-taman-
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