Taman Mini Indonesia Indah (TMII) is being recognized as one of the popular tourism destination in DKI Jakarta since 1975. Recently, the development of TMII covers only 38% of the entire land that being owned by the founders of TMII, Harapan Kita Foundation (YHK). The increasing amount of visitors contributes to the crowdedness and the unplanned development of the facilities. The possibility of TMII expansion is restricted by the zoning regulation that only allowed the development of low Building Coverage Ratio, where the average Floor Area Ratio (FAR) is around 0,83. TMII is located in a strategic location, thus it will be not proportional if all of the zones being set to have similar FAR. There are development area which need to be hold because of its preservation needs, and there are other area that need to be effectivey developed because of its potential as supporting commercial facility. The rest of the allowed floor area from preserved zone, could be transferred to another area for the development of new recreational and supporting facility which is integrated to the current TMII. This research aims to overview the potential of FAR distribution from the preserved zone to the development zone, considering the potential and restriction of the surrounding neighbourhood and the related zoning regulation as well.