Most Comprehensive Tour of Jakarta
This special tour will take you to explore Jakarta heritage and attractions within about 7 hours. You will visit Jakarta landmarks including National Museum, grand mosque of Istiqlal, National Monument Park (MONAS) and Dutch colonial heritage quarter (old Batavia city). You will also travel around the city and view many exciting scenes including Presidential palace, 19th Century Cathedral, Protestant Dutch church of Immanuel, former elementary school of President Barack Obama, China town, parliament building, Jakarta business district and many others.
Note: all museums closed on Monday and public holiday
- The National Museum of Indonesia, is an archeological, historical, ethnological, and geographical museum
- Grand mosque of Istiqlal, this is the largest mosque in the South East Asia.
- Lunch at the Batavia's café, this is one of recommended café set in a 200-year-old building in the old Batavia city.
- The old Batavia city, you could explore many 18 & 19th century buildings during the Dutch colonial era. There are many attractions also that can be visited in this historical quarter including Jakarta historical museum old colonial warehouse and Sunda Kelapa seaport.
08:30 Pick up from Hotel & get arround Central Jakarta
09:30-10:00 Istiqlal Grand Mosque
10:15-11:15 National Museum
12:00-13:00 Lunch at Cafe Batavia in the old city of Batavia
13:00-14:00 Walk around in the old city of Batavia of Fatahilah square, visiting Museum of Jakarta historical museum
14:15-14:45 Old colonial warehouse
15:00-15:30 Sunda Kelapa harbor
16:30 arrive at Hotel
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 7 hours
MPV Daihatsu/Toyota Avanza/Xenia/Innova with air conditioner
Estimated Local Cash Needed
1000000 IDR/Rupiah - For lunch and souvenirs
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Benny is amazingly knowledgeable, intelligent and thoughtful person who fortunately wants to share his expertise of Jakarta and Indonesia. I found him to be particularly well versed in the history, culture and politics of Indonesia, the US and Asia. He has a unique prospective on the future given his time with the US embassy and the government of Indonesia. Most importantly, Benny was able to impart real wisdom which is in particularly short supply. I would recommend Benny without reservation.