Known as “The Queen of the East, Jakarta’s old district is the gateway into the city’s colonial period. On this three hour old district tour, you will get an informative introduction to the events that have shaped Jakarta’s history. The trip begins with a 10am meet up and goes on to the Old Train Station, which is still in active use. After, visit the National Museum of Bank Indonesia and the Jakarta History Museum also known as the Museum Fatahillah. Hop on a bike for a scenic ride past old town’s main attractions and arrive at the Puppet Museum, a space dedicated to traditional Javan toys. Complete the experience with a visit to the Museum of Fine Arts and Ceramics displaying paintings, sculptures and ceramics from Indonesia's greatest artists.
First time visiting Jakarta or simply want to deepen your knowledge about this vibrant city? Join this three-hour guided tour of Jakarta and completely immerse yourself in its unique and diverse cultural traditions as you explore the key landmarks in the area! Meet your tour group at the designated meet up place, then travel by car to the first stop of the day, Jakarta Cathedral. Known as the oldest cathedral in the city, you'll spend a few minutes here taking in the building's stunning neo-gothic architectural style as you listen to your English-speaking guide spout historical facts.
Many people head to Indonesia to visit Bali or Yogyakarta, often skipping its capital. But unbeknownst to many, Jakarta is also filled with interesting attractions, stunning architectural wonders, and eccentric museums that will give you a peek into the country’s colorful history and culture! For the most convenient and efficient exploration of the city, why not join this private tour from Klook? You'll have your own vehicle that will take you around the city, plus an English-speaking guide who'll inform you about interesting Jakarta facts. Some of the places you’ll visit include the National Monument, Taman Mini Indonesia Indah, and Museum Indonesia. Be picked up and dropped at your hotel for an unforgettable experience.
Make the most out of your visit in Jakarta and explore Old Batavia on this private tour from Klook! Travel back in time as you drive through the town’s streets filled with Dutch-style structures dating as far back as the 17th century. Some of the attractions you’ll visit include Fatahillah Museum, the centerpiece of the town located at Fatahillah Square, Kota Intan, the only surviving Dutch-made drawbridge in the country, and Glodok, Jakarta’s very own Chinatown! Aside from journeying around Old Batavia with your own private vehicle, you’ll also be accompanied by an informative guide so you can learn more about the town and its colorful past! No need to worry about commuting around Jakarta as round trip transfers to and from your hotel are also included in this tour.
Titillate your taste buds and explore the unique culinary heritage of Jakarta with this 2 hour food tour of Mangga Besar, a prominent area in the city known for its Indonesian-Chinese population known as Cina Peranakan. You'll meet up with your tour group at Jayakarta Hotel and Resort, then immediately head towards the hawker stalls. Traverse the busy streets of Mangga Besar with your tour guide, who will tell you all about the long and fascinating history of this area of the city.
Go on a culinary and historical discovery of Jakarta's unique flavors by joining this 2.5-hour food tour that takes you on an exploration of the Cikini area. Built as a commercial center during the colonial era, the foreign influence manifests itself in the architectural style of the old Dutch buildings. You'll first meet up with your tour group, then immediately head off towards the first stop of the tour, a local market that's 55 years old! Learn about the fascinating history of Cikini from your English-speaking tour guide as you walk through the busy market.
Treat yourself with some delicious Indonesian cuisine with this 3.5-hour food tour in Jakarta, which takes you on an exploration of a historic part of the city, Kota Tua. Known as the most popular district in Batavia, or Jakarta during the Dutch colonial era, Kota Tua is a beautiful heritage site that draws in tourists from all over the world. Meet up with your tour group at Jakarta Kota Railway Station, then proceed directly to Kota Tua. Marvel at the various historical buildings and monuments as you walk its streets with your English-speaking tour guide, who'll tell you all about the fascinating history of the area.