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Textile Museum
The museum houses a large collection of textiles related to the religious and social practices of ...
Pasar Baru
Dating back to the Dutch colonial era, it has been one of the main hub for commodities trading and ...
Sunda Kelapa Port / Old Harbour
The old port area of Sunda Kelapa remains today as a bustling hub for inter islands trade. Graceful ...
Museum Wayang (Puppet Museum)
This museum is dedicated to puppetry, one of Indonesia's most famous traditional art forms. On ...
Museum Nasional (National Museum)
The museum houses vast collections of prehistoric, ethnographic and archaeological artifacts, ...
Istiqlal Mosque
This is the largest mosque in Southeast Asia and the Cathedral Church is located right in front of ...
Ancol Dream Park (Taman Impian Jaya Ancol)
consists of Dunia Fantasi (Fantasy world), Sea World (the largest aquarium in South East Asia), ...
Kepulauan Seribu (Thousand Islands)
Located north of Jakarta in the Java Sea, these stunning Kepulauan Seribu are easily accessible by ...
Museum Adam Malik
A small museum dedicated to Mr Adam Malik, one of the renowned figures of Indonesian history, who ...
Ragunan Zoo
The zoo located is in the southern part of the city near Pasar Minggu, this 185-hectare city zoo ...
Fish Market and Museum Bahari
 Located at the mouth of the Ciliwung river, this market area bustles with activities related to ...
Taman Mini Indonesia Indah
The name means Beautiful Indonesia in Little Park and the entire Indonesian Culture from here. It ...
Lubang Buaya
It is a historical site that marks the location where a failed coup d' etat by Partai Komunis ...
Bird Market
Located at Jalan Barito in South Jakarta and Jalan Pramuka in Central Jakarta, here you can find ...
Jalan Surabaya (Surabaya Street)
This is an open air antique market located on the outskirts of the Menteng residential ...
Fatahillah Square
The old town of Batavia, now known as Kota, was once the hub of Dutch colonial Indonesia. Much of ...
Gedung Proklamasi (Proclamation Building)
The historical site of Indonesian independence, where on August 17th, 1945 President Soekarno and ...
Monas (National Monument)
Dating back to the Dutch colonial era, it has been one of the main hub for commodities trading and ...
Jembatan Kota Intan (Kota Intan drawbridge)
The bridge was developed coincide with the development of Batavia by Jan Pieterzoon Coen in 1628. ...
Gedung Kesenian Jakarta (Jakarta Arts Theater)
This neo-renaissance structure was meticulously restored, and now one of the proud landmarks among ...