We will bring you to “look” closely at Jakarta. Exploring the central part as the “new jakarta” with high buildings and the down town of this city and the high class residential area, visit Istiqlal mosque as the biggest Mosque in southeast and Merdeka square.From the new of Jakarta then continue to the west and north Jakarta with the old part of this city with the Dutch colonial buildings, china town area and enjoy local experiences at Sunda kelapa harbour.
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Sunda kelapa harbour was the oldest harbour in Jakarta built by Hindu era. This harbour was the main gate of Jakarta and still exist until now for domestic cargo.
In this harbour we will boating with the traditional boat belong to local people along the Canal to the sea and see the Indonesian traditional boat (phinisi), the fisherman boat , and visit the big wooden boat also meet with the local people.
This is the biggest fish harbour in Indonesia. On this place we will watching the fisherman loading and drop the fish from the wooden boat to the truck. the fisherman will check and seizing the fish by the size.
enjoying the jakarta old town called Kota tua, the city with Dutch buildings and dutch history. In this place, we will walking along the canal, see the puppet maker and see how for making puppet doll, enjoy the square (stadhuis) as the old city hall of Jakarta at Fatahillah square.
At Glodok (China Town) we will visit the oldest chinese temple (petak sembilan) or Dharma Bhakti temple that was built on 1650 and become one of the oldest temple in Jakarta. From the temple we will continue enjoying the wet market to see the local people activities at the market and see the items that sell at the market with various items such as vegetables, fish, fruits, grocery, and many more.
Monas (National Monument) is the icon and land mark of Jakarta. it heigh 132 meters with 50 kgs of gold at the top. This monument also was built as the spirit of Indonesian people to struggle for the independence. Located at Merdeka Square (independence square ) and its surrounding by government buildings, president palace, Istiqlal mosque, train station, and city hall of Jakarta.
Istiqlal Mosque was the biggest mosque in south east Asia. This is the grand mosque of Indonesia that was built by the first president of Indonesia (Sokearno) and finish at 1978 during 2nd president of Indonesia (Soeharto). This mosque also representative Indonesia as the biggest Muslim population country in the world. In this mosque wwe would going inside to see the beautiful design and interior of this mosque with capacity 200.000 people.
visit the downtown of jakarta with the new and modern buildings. enjoy the skycrapper building and also visit the high class residential of Jakarta people at Menteng area. continue to visit Obama school at Menteng.
- Boat rental at Sunda Kelapa Harbour
- Private car (with air conditioner and professional driver)
- Mineral water and food tasting at CHina Town.
- Riding tuktuk at China Town
- Toll and Parking
- Tour Guide service
lunch and personal expenses
Time is flexible and also adjust to the condition and situation of Jakarta.
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