Explore Jakarta
Jakarta beckons you to the mystical east
As Indonesia’s largest city, Jakarta offers an enormous supply of things to see and do. Central Jakarta offers a wide selection of bars, restaurants and shopping malls, along with museums and other attractions.


Ancol is one of the capital's true oceanfront delights. Here you will find a marina, an eighteen-hole public golf course, Pasar Seni and three themed parks.

Pasar Seni is an excellent place to watch painters, woodcarvers, leather crafters and other artisans at work. There are often music, dance and puppetry performances on the central outdoor stage.

Kebun Binatang Ragunan

This wonderful zoo houses many of Indonesia’s rare and endangered wildlife species, including the Komodo Dragon, the Sumateran Tiger, Orangutans, and the Cendrawasih bird.

The atmosphere is extremely pleasant, with long shaded walkways winding among the impressive exhibits.


Standing at 125 metres and decorated with 35 kilograms of gold, Monas is commonly identified as the renowned and prominent landmark.

Monas was built during an era of nationalism and honours the heroism of the then-Indonesians who battled bravely. It is a busy site on weekends with people arriving on its 80-hectare lands for activities such as picnics, cycling and jogging.


Taman Mini Indonesia Indah

Literally translated as “Beautiful Indonesia Miniature Park”, Taman Mini Indonesia Indah (TMII) is a culture-based recreational area located in East Jakarta, Indonesia. Covering an area of about 250 acres, the park is a synopsis of Indonesian culture, with virtually all aspects of daily life in Indonesia's provinces encapsulated in separate pavilions with the collections of Indonesian architecture, clothing, dances and traditions are all depicted impeccably.

Apart from that, there is a lake with a miniature of the archipelago in the middle of it, cable cars, museums, Keong Emas Imax cinema, a theater called the Theatre of My Homeland (Teater Tanah Airku) and other recreational facilities which make TMII one of the popular tourist destinations in the city.

Travellers have several options for getting around Jakarta. These include taxis, Mercedes-Benz cars for rental, and public transit.
Arts & Culture
Arts & Culture

National Museum

Established in 1778, originally named Royal Batavian Society of Arts and Sciences, the current National Museum of Indonesia (Indonesian: Museum Nasional), is an archeological, historical, ethnological, and geographical museum located in Jakarta. The museum is popularly known as Elephant Building (Indonesian: Gedung Gajah) after the elephant statue in its forecourt.

Its broad and fascinating collections covers all of Indonesia's territory and majority all of its history. The museum has endeavoured to preserve Indonesia's heritage for two centuries.


Shopping & Lifestyle Centres

Some of the noteworthy shopping arcades include the high-class Grand Indonesia, Plaza Indonesia, Plaza fX, Senayan City, and Plaza Senayan.

Apart from the mega shopping malls, shoppers can head to the downtown area in order to experience the street side shopping.

Traditional Handicraft Arts

For traditional handcrafted arts, head to Sarinah and Pasaraya Grande. Both boast an extensive collocation of local arts and crafts, including textiles, silver, leather goods, carvings and basketry. They are also popular for their broad selection of Batiks.

Antique collectors should head to the renowned Jalan Surabaya. Other noted traditional markets include Pasar Cikini, Pasar Mayestik and Pasar Tanah Abang.


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