Indonesia’s capital city, Jakarta, is a fascinating place to visit due to its long history, diverse culture, charming natural beauty, and never-ending development. From historical sites to high-end restaurants, discover these must-visit attractions.
Sunda Kelapa is an old port first established during the Pajajaran Hindu Kingdom. Once serving as a main port, the area now only lodged traditional pinisi ship. Other than its historical significance, this harbor also retains its aesthetic beauty, owed to charming colorful ships and clear blue skies.
National Monument (Monumen Nasional or Monas)
This iconic landmark of Jakarta serves not only as a magnificent viewing deck with unrestricted views of the city, but also a museum depicting the nation’s history. Towering at 115 meters (377 ft) high, the building is also majestic to see from the outside, topped with a flame-shaped gold foil.
As the biggest mosque in southeast Asia, this building will not disappoint tourists in terms of architectural greatness, as well as cultural and historical significance. Previous satisfied visitors include Barack Obama, King Salman of Saudi Arabia, and other world leaders.
Jakarta Old City
Jakarta was first established as a capital city by Dutch colonials, and the area that is now called Kota Tua served as the headquarters of the Dutch East India Company. The area has several old, European-style buildings that still stand today. Tourists can tour the place by foot or rent a charmingly decorated bicycle.
Fatahillah Museum (Jakarta History Museum)
First built by the Dutch colonials as the city hall, this building has reopened as a museum in 1974, showing historic relics found in Jakarta. The neo-classic architecture is inspired by the Dam Palace in Amsterdam. Fatahillah Museum is located within the charming Old City of Jakarta (Kota Tua Jakarta).
The National Museum of Indonesia is as intriguing outside as it is inside. The European architecture building houses historic and ancient archaeological collections from throughout the country. It was first built by the Dutch during the colonial era and has been developed further by the Indonesian government after independence about the country.
Taman Safari National Park boasts 168 hectares of conservation, education, and adventure that the whole family can enjoy. We will drive on our own vehicle to observe freely roaming animals. The main attractions are frequently large animals from Sub-Saharan Africa such s giraffes, lions, rhinoceros, elephants, hippopotamus, zebras, ostriches, and antelope. Adjacent to the park is Baby Zoo which will offer another interest where you could hold friendly lion cubs, shake hands with orangutans and see a very unique white tiger.
Arrival in Jakarta International Airport. Meet & greet with our tour guide. Afterwards visit Art Market , Ancol Bay at Ancol park. Check in at hotel Jakarta. ( With Driver only )
Admiring the huge and its architech design of the biggest mosque in South East Asia, which is possible to accommodate a congregation of up to 120,000 people. To see Gereja Katedral built in the neo gothic style which was consecrated in 1901, a common architectural style to build churches at that time. We will pass through the Merdeka Square (Liberty Square) and take a picture of National Monument (Monas) and the Presidential palace. At the National Museum you may see some archeological, ethnological, historical collecitons such as stone statues of Hindu-Buddhist ancient art of Indonesia. Observing and surprising some traditional wooden ships “ Phinisi “ when you are in old port of Sunda Kelapa harbor which the ships are still used for intersailing to some islands in this archipelago . See some people traditonal working way with manual tool and not mechinary . The Portugese and Netherlanders ever used this harbor for trading . Back to hotel ( With Tour guide )
Pick up the hotel then our tour guide will start the tour with you . Our first destination for today is Bogor Botanical Garden located in Bogor Area. Having lunch at local restaurant. Proceeding the tour to Cisarua for visiting Safari Park with its various of tame and wild animals. After that enjoy the most beautiful panorama of Gede Mountain at Gunung Mas Tea Plantation. Driving back to Jakarta. Back to the hotel and free program ( With Tour guide )
Free n eassy till time to transfer to airport . If time available then visit mangga Dua shopping complex – Then transfer to airport End