Jakarta is a Capital and largest city of Indonesia. Jakarta is known as The big durian same like New York city (big apple) in Indonesia and also known as “the city that never sleep”. Jakarta is a central of business, politic, and culture, and also a place of government central office. In Jakarta, you will learn about culture, history, and also enjoy the culinary.
Soekarno-Hatta International Airport
3 Hours Before Flight Time
Upon arrival, you will be pick up. Try our famous seafood Restaurant near the harbour. You will experience a nice dinner with marvelous view at night.
This morning we will see Jakarta’s principal landmark, the 132-meter-high National Monument. Towering over Merdeka Square, the monument is topped with a glittering flame, coated with 50 kg of gold leaf, to symbolize the nation’s independence.
Next, visit a nearby Batik shop, Thamrin City to peruse through the fabrics in a range of classic and modern designs. After that travel to Indonesia in Miniature Park, an extensive amusement park on the outskirts of Jakarta. At the park, wander through the realistically reproduced islands of Indonesia set in a central lake surrounded by pavilions that represent the 33 provinces. Each pavilion is designed in the traditional architectural style and displays a selection of cultural items.
Finally, the tour concludes at the park’s onsite Museum of Indonesia, a three-story building in traditional Balinese architecture. The museum houses a vast collection on Indonesian contemporary arts and crafts, traditional costumes from the various regions, puppets, musical instruments, and masks.
Take a trip back in time to the colonial past of the “the Queen of the East.” Explore Jakarta’s historical district of Batavia and learn about the events that have shaped the city’s history, Kota Tua. Stop at the Old Railway Station and admire the Dutch Colonial architecture.
We will do walking tour to Museum Bank Indonesia, Indonesia’s central bank. Examine the Jakarta History Museum’s collection of artifacts including objects from the Dutch East Indies Company, historic maps, and archeological objects from the prehistoric era such as ancient inscriptions and swords.
Continue our visit to Puppet Museum, a space dedicated to traditional Javanese puppets. Admire the paintings, sculptures, and ceramics of Indonesia’s finest artists at the Museum of Fine Arts and Ceramics. End your tour with a taste of Jakarta’s famous street food.