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Private Tour: Half-Day National Museum and Old Harbour Tour from Jakarta
"After pickup from your hotel in Jakarta make the trip to the the National Museum. It offers historical prehistoric archaeological and ethnographic aspects of Indonesia through its extensive collection of artifacts and relics. It also has one of the most complete collections in the country of bronzes and ceramics dating back lo the Han Tang and Ming Dynasties. The museum's collection of cultural instruments household utensils arts and crafts provide a good introduction to the life of Indonesia's various ethnic groups (National Museum closed on Monday).After your museum visit
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Private Tour: The Old Batavia Trail from Jakarta
"After hotel pickup start with a visit to the last remaining Dutch drawbridge in Jakarta known as Chicken Market Bridge. After the bridge visit you'll stop at Fatahillah Square. Walk along cobblestone paths through the historical Kali Besar Barat lined with Dutch architecture before visiting the Wayang Kulit shadow puppet museum. Once you are done checking out the displays in the museum continue to Toko Merah
From $74.00
 
Private Tour: The Old Batavia Trail from Jakarta
"After hotel pickup start with a visit to the last remaining Dutch drawbridge in Jakarta known as Chicken Market Bridge. After the bridge visit you'll stop at Fatahillah Square. Walk along cobblestone paths through the historical Kali Besar Barat lined with Dutch architecture before visiting the Wayang Kulit shadow puppet museum. Once you are done checking out the displays in the museum continue to Toko Merah
From $74.00

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Museum Nasional

Museum Nasional or popularly known as Gedung Gajah or "Elephant Building" because of the stone elephant offered by King Chulalongkorn of Thailand in 1871, placed on the front lawn of the building. ....
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Museum Jakarta

Built in 1627, the building initially served as the Dutch East Indies Company's Town Hall. It provides the historical background of Jakarta through displays of maps and antiquities, including...
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Topeng Monyet

This is Jakarta's traditional transportation, Bajaj, like Tuk-tuk in Bangkok. But one thing intersting me to see this Bajaj is the monkey up on the Bajaj!!! The owner insight the Bajaj, and the monkey...
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Gedung Kesenian Jakarta

Sir Thomas Raffles, who was renowned of his deep interest in the study and preservation of local culture paved the way to the birth of present GKJ, during the British Colonial rule. A simple bamboo...
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History Museum

The former town hall (stadthuis) hosts the Museum Sejarah (History museum) since 1974; it is not a very great museum you would expect in the capital city of Indonesia, it is not a modern museum, but...
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Pantara Island

One of the islands in the Thousand Islands group, Pantara Island is the furthest island from Ancol Marina thus offers the clearest and cleanest water. About two hours by boat from Jakarta, the two...
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Look at Jakarta from above

Jakarta is a real megalopolis and spending hours in the traffic jams gives and idea of the size of this city with the tentacular avenues; from he top of the Monas tower you can have another view at...
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Museum Joang'45

The museum exhibiting historical objects related to the republic's struggle for independence. Photographs and pictures document the nationalistic movement between 1945 and 1950. On the backyard Plaza...
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Kota Intan Bridge

It built in 1628. Located near Jl. Kalibesar Barat in West Jakarta, the bridge has connected Pinangsia and Roa Malaka subdistricts since it was erected more than 300 years ago. In the 1600s, the...
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Exploring Taman Anggrek Mall

This is one of the biggest in South East Asia, a vibrant and alluring paradise brimming with endless shopping, dining, recreational and entertainment opportunities, located in west Jakarta closed to...
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Surabay Flea Market

Stalls offer a wide range of goods, some of them antiquities, including ornate lamps, porcelain, brassware, handicrafts. Bargaining is necessary, including the skill to distinguish authenticity from...
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Before entering Bahari museum, look around

I was the only one visitor in the museum. . . . and I enjoyed! Museum Bahari, museum of the sea is not a museum like we are used to visit generally; here you begin outside, with the watchtower over...
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The Bahari museum building deserves a close look

In the tower are few pictures of maritime life of the past, and if there were not the views over the area, it is not worth to risk to break a leg on the steep stairs getting you up the tower. . . On...
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Bahari Museum is really worth a long stay!

On the ground level one of the biggest boats on display is this Asmat outrigger canoe (first picture), rather difficult to photograph in the museum rooms, and to have a better view on boats, it is...
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"Wonderful people in a hectic, polluted megalopolis"
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"the big doerian. ;-)"
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"Jakarta, The Megapolitan"
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"Jakarta - Indonesia's Melting Pot"
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