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Old Jakarta Tour
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Old Jakarta Tour

Jakarta is a jenga-style city where gleaming skyscrapers sit side by side with colonial monuments and ancient neighborhoods. See all the standout sights of Indonesia's many-coloured capital with an Iconic Insiders tour. Highlights include Fatahilah Square, entry to Wayang Museum, and a visit to the famous Café Batavia.First up is Fatahillah Square. Like Indonesia's own Piccadilly Circus, it's the city's central hub. Snap a selfie as a sea of scooters whizz by and grab a few photos of the colonial-style buildings peppering the streets – each one a nod to its past under Dutch rule.In the Wayang Museum, you'll learn all about the art of Indonesian puppetry before a coffee stop at Café Batavia. Built in the 1830s, it's one of the city's oldest buildings. Head into Jakarta's old quarter and after wandering the historic streets of Chinatown and Glodok, we'll round off at the 17th-century Dharma Bhakti Temple – a colourful shrine sacred to the city's Chinese population.

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Intro to Indonesia Tour
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Intro to Indonesia Tour

Jakarta is just packed with sights to see. So if you can't find time to fit them all in, this Iconic Insiders tour is just the ticket. Take in all the highlights in half a day and tick Indonesia's colourful capital off your list.Starting from the National Museum, you'll set off on a whistle-stop tour of the Indonesian capital. You can snap selfies with the National Monument in Medeka Square, grab a few photos in front of the famous elephant statue, and see a whole host of colonial-style buildings – each one a nod to the city's past under Dutch rule. You'll pass the President's Palace, too.Admire the mammoth Istiqlal Mosque – the largest in Southeast Asia – and stop by the neo-Gothic Jakarta Catherdral, built back in 1901. And when it's time to take a break, there'll be a stop by Ragusa's, a real-deal Italian ice cream shop that's been keeping Indonesians cool since the 1930s.

free cancellation
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