Jakarta, the vibrant capital of Indonesia, offers a rich blend of cultural heritage and modern urban experiences. This bustling metropolis boasts a dynamic cityscape with towering skyscrapers, lively markets, and a diverse culinary scene that caters to every palate. Visitors can explore historical sites such as the National Monument and Kota Tua, immerse themselves in the local culture at traditional markets like Tanah Abang, and enjoy the lush green spaces like Taman Mini Indonesia Indah. Jakarta’s unique fusion of tradition and progress makes it a captivating destination for both leisure and exploration
Half-day Tour : Visit Highlights Places of Jakarta 4 hours
What To Expect Merdeka Square
Merdeka Square (pass by) is a focal point for Jakarta city which has many government buildings such as the ministry office, the presidential office, and even the landmark of Jakarta (National Monument) located in the middle of Merdeka square.
National Monument (MONAS) Visit the National Monument which is in the middle of Merdeka Square is a 132 Meter tall monument with a gold-leaf flame on top, symbolizing the nation’s independence. This is one of the highlights of Jakarta City. The basement of the monument houses an exhibit of 48 dioramas depicting the history of Indonesia from prehistoric times to the present. (Every Monday, National Monument is closed. You can only visit the outside area of the monument). 1 hour • Admission Ticket Included
Jakarta Cathedral Located in Jalan Lapangan Banteng Utara, The Cathedral built in gothic style dates back to 1891. It has a high tower with high windows decorated with glass paintings. Inside the church are 3 altars that together form a semi-circle. It also has a beautiful old altar that reflects sound like a conch shell. 30 minutes • Admission Ticket Free
Istiqlal Mosque Istiqlal Mosque in Jakarta, Indonesia is the largest mosque in Southeast Asia and the sixth largest mosque in the world in terms of worshipper capacity. Istiqlal, which means “Independence” in Arabic. Located in the city center, almost opposite the National Cathedral, the Mosque is also meant to be a symbol of peace and religious tolerance. Note: Istiqlal mosque is closed every Friday. 30 minutes • Admission Ticket Free
Jakarta Old Town The old town of Batavia used to be the center of Dutch rule when colonizing Indonesia, therefore in this area, there were former governor’s offices, banks, hospitals, post offices, and courthouses, which are now converted into museums. Old Town Batavia will make you feel like you are in Amsterdam because the entire building in this area has a Dutch style of building 30 minutes • Admission Ticket Free
Makutharama Puppet Studio Meet puppet masters, learn about puppet making from Indonesia, how to play, and see wayang collections from various regions in Indonesia. 30 minutes • Admission Ticket Free
Sunda Kelapa Harbour The Jakarta old harbor located in the head of Batavia. En route, the old “Drawbridge” from 17 Century. This harbor is the first used by Portuguese and Dutch when they arrived in Indonesia.
Price Per Person : US$ 45
Private Full Air-Conditioned Vehicle, Private means there is no other participant, just only you and your companion
The Tour will be assist by English Speaking Tours Driver
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