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Holiday Inn & Suites Jakarta Gajah Mada


Experience the cultural melting pot that is Jakarta’s Chinatown. Known as Glodok, this is the biggest Chinatown in Indonesia, rich with history and steeped in tradition. After that you can explore the Jakarta Old Town, popularly known as Kota Tua.


Glodok Chinatown Market

Jl. Gajah Mada, RT.2/RW.1, Kota Tua, Glodok, Tamansari, Jakarta, Jakarta, DKI Jakarta 11120

An old Chinatown worth visiting. It has been in existence since the Dutch colonial days in the 18th century. Many narrow alleys lined with stalls selling street foods, vegetables, fruits, clothes, traditional medicine, tidbits, local cakes, kitchenware, electronic goods, etc. Easily accessible from the hotel just walking distance. An interesting place to visit in Jakarta. A nice to walk around to feel the Chinese community and culture in action in Jakarta. The people are friendly and pleasant.

Jakarta History Museum (Fatahillah Square)

Jalan Taman Fatahillah No.1, Jakarta Barat, DKI Jakarta 11110

The Jakarta History Museum describes "Jakarta as a Cultural Meeting Center" from various ethnic groups both from within and from outside Indonesia and the history of Jakarta as a whole. The Jakarta History Museum also organizes recreational activities so as to stimulate visitors to be attracted to Jakarta and increase awareness of the importance of cultural heritage.

National Monument (MONAS)

Medan Merdeka Square, Gambir,, Jakarta Pusat, DKI Jakarta 10110

The National Monument is a 132 m (433 ft) tower in the centre of Merdeka Square symbolizing the fight for Indonesia. It is built to commemorate the struggle for Indonesian Independence. The top of the National Monument (Monas) is Freedom Square. It stands for the people's determination to achieve freedom and the crowning of their efforts in the Proclamation of Independence in August 1945. The base houses a historical museum and a hall. Upon request the lift can carry visitors to the top.

Shadow Puppet Musseum

Jalan Pintu Besar Utara No.27 Pinangsia, Tamansari, Kota Jakarta Barat, Jakarta Barat, DKI Jakarta 11110

Shadow Puppet (commonly known as wayang) in Indonesia, especially on Java Island, was originally a product of the Royal Court culture. Visitors of this Museum are invited to know various characters, attitude and behavior of the story from various regions through the performance of shadow puppet that has weight of high value in Indonesia culture and viewing a number of collections of shadow puppet like wayang kulit, wayang golek, patung wayang, topeng wayang, wayang beber, gamelan, and painting.

Bank Indonesia Museum

Jalan Lada 3, RT.3/RW.6, Kota Tua, Pinangsia, Tamansari, Jakarta Barat, Jakarta 11110

The location is in front of Beos Station and it is adjacent to Mandiri Bank Museum. In the past, the building was used as a hospital. Visitors would feel comfortable when exploring the museum inside. To be exact, there are about 1,509 panels of mosaics carved there. With such stunning charm, the building appears more beautiful and mesmerizing. Many people even consider it the best museum. Plus, the museum consists of several rooms, including transitional and theatre room.

Fine Arts & Ceramics Museum (Balai Seni Rupa)

Jl. Pos Kota, RT.9/RW.7, Kota Tua,, Pinangsia, Tamansari, Kota, Jakarta Barat, Jakarta 11110

Fine Arts and Ceramic Building Museum was built in 1870. This museum has around 400 fine arts, which consist of many different techniques and materials, such as sculpture, graphic, wood totem, sketch, and painting batik. Among those collection there are some masterpieces, collections that useful for the art history in Indonesia. This Museum has also Majapahit ceramic from the 14 th century,which show beautiful extraordinary characteristic and have history value with various shapes and functions.

National Archives Museum

Jl. Gajah Mada No.111, Jakarta Barat, Jakarta 11140

Today, tourists can only see historical objects and antiques inside the museum. They also take advantage of the location to perform photography. Thanks to beautiful garden and landscape of the building. Overall, it is a nation’s valuable structure, on which tourists can visit freely. They can explore both exterior and interior of the building. the building consists of many tall doors and windows. However, it has a distinct uniqueness, which is a beautiful garden in the back of the building.

Maritime Museum

Jl. Ps. Ikan No.1, RT.11, Penjaringan, North Jakarta, Jakarta 14440

Maritime Museum is located at Pasar Ikan, North Jakarta. Initially these building served as warehouse for storing spices. During the Japanese occupation (World War II) these warehouses were still used for storing Japanese owned goods for war purposes. This Museum has now around 1670 collections from various maritime aspects, displayed in the forms of natural and cultural heritages. For example, traditional boats (originals and models) found in the Nusantara archipelago.

Art:1 New Museum

Jl. Rajawali Selatan Raya No.3, Sawah Besar, Central Jakarta, Jakarta 10720

Art:1 hosts a vibrant, modern collection of works by Indonesian and international artists featuring an eclectic range of styles and mediums that is worth the traffic endured. The modern yet accessible venue is devoid of pretension; the gallery and the knowledgeable staff invite exploration at one’s own pace. It has a nicely curated selection of contemporary and modern art and sculptures by Indonesian artists as well as some foreign.

Grand Indonesia Mall

Jl. M.H. Thamrin No.1, RT.1/RW.5, Jakarta Pusat, Jakarta 10310

Grand Indonesia is a successful premium mall that offers an International shopping experience and wide range of fashion apparels, restaurants and entertainment choices. Grand Indonesia consists of East Mall and West Mall linked by the Sky Bridge with total area of 263.226 sqm and 141.472 leaseable floor space. Located in the city’s most famous and prestigious location at Central Jakarta, Bundaran HI. Grand Indonesia is not only a heaven for the fashionista but also a paradise for foodies.

Plaza Indonesia Mall

Jl. M.H. Thamrin No.Kav. 28-30, Jakarta Pusat, Jakarta 10350

Plaza Indonesia is a shopping mall located at Thamrin Road, central Jakarta, Indonesia. The mall is part of the Plaza Indonesia Complex, which is a mixed development complex often referred to as "PI". Plaza Indonesia opened in mid-1990. It is located at the corner of one of the landmark of Jakarta, Selamat Datang (Welcome) Monument. Plaza Indonesia expanded with 42,325 m2 of gross floor area in 6 levels, with 24,672 m2 more space. It has premium retail extensions with various dining and entertai

Pancoran Chinatown Point

Jl. Pancoran, RT.2/RW.6, Pinangsia,, Jakarta Barat, Jakarta 11110

Pancoran Chinatown Point is a new destination and historic strategic place in the city center, which combines classic-elegant residential building, with commercial areas and thematic citywalk and mall. It is located in the central and renowned trading area for wholesale and retail for variety of local and imported goods including chinese goods, chinese medicine, herbs and electronic goods.


Jl. Gajah Mada No. 211 Jakarta, 11120 Indonesia

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