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Museum
“You cannot visit Jakarta and not visit the National Museum. Dating from 1862, it’s one of the best in the region with incredible ancient statues, Dayak puppets and a wealth of textiles. A new wing documents the origin of humankind in Indonesia over four floors and don’t miss the treasures of Central Java: a quite staggering collection of gold jewelry and trinkets. English language tours are free and run on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10:30 & 13:30 and are highly recommended if your Indonesian is a tad rusty.”
  • 45 lokale anbefaler
History Museum
“This is the land mark old batavia or “kota tua” indonesia historical place ”
  • 31 lokale anbefaler
Museum
“you have to visit kota tua when you are in Jakarta. There are may intagrammable spots there. It is where the dutch colonial age capital are located. ”
  • 8 lokale anbefaler
Museum
“Dedicated to Java’s traditional puppet wayang, this museum showcases various kinds and forms of wayang from all over the country. Tourists can learn and observe the country’s lost art that dates back more than 1,500 years. The building itself is of historic significance, built by the Dutch in 1640 as a church before being devastated by an earthquake, repurposed as a research center, then reopened as a museum.”
  • 10 lokale anbefaler
Art Gallery
“Located at Merdeka Square in Gambir is the National Gallery of Indonesia which is one of the best museums in the city and has some 2,000 pieces of Indonesian art work. For any art lovers or those who don’t know much about Indonesian artists this is definitely not to be missed and it takes you on a colorful journey through different regional pieces. There is also a separate section dedicated to foreign collections and you will find paintings, ceramics, photographs, and sculptures here.”
  • 6 lokale anbefaler
Museum
“Kota Tua Jakarta ("Jakarta Old Town"), officially known as Kota Tua,[1] is a neighborhood comprising the original downtown area of Jakarta, Indonesia. It is also known as Oud Batavia (Dutch "Old Batavia"), Benedenstad (Dutch "Lower City", contrasting it with Weltevreden, de Bovenstad ("Upper City")), or Kota Lama (Indonesian "Old Town"). It spans 1.3 square kilometres within North Jakarta and West Jakarta (Kelurahan Pinangsia, Taman Sari and Kelurahan Roa Malaka, Tambora). The largely Chinese downtown area of Glodok is a part of Kota Tua”
  • 5 lokale anbefaler
History Museum
“Museum Fatahillah is a Jakarta History Museum located in the Old Town known as Kota Tua of Jakarta, Indonesia. :) ”
  • 9 lokale anbefaler
Art Gallery
“Commercial gallery & exhibition space specializing in contemporary Indonesian painting & sculpture.”
  • 1 lokal anbefaler
Museum
“The museum was formerly a cemetery, built by the Dutch colonial government in 1795 as a final resting place for noble Dutchmen. The main collection of the museum is the Dutch gravestones. The oldest gravestones is from the 17th century up to the end of 18th century. The style of the gravestones range from Javanese-Hindu style, neogothic, and classical. The gravestones are arranged on a park-like setting.”
  • 1 lokal anbefaler
Museum
“The Museum of Fine Art and Ceramic displays a collection of traditional handicraft from all over Indonesia. ”
  • 5 lokale anbefaler
Museum
“The museum was inaugurated inside the former Dutch East India Company warehouses. The museum focuses on the maritime history of Indonesia and the importance of the sea to the economy of present-day.”
  • 2 lokale anbefaler
Museum
“The building was used as Banks of many names from during the Dutch colony time in Indonesia.”
  • 4 lokale anbefaler
Museum
“Pantai Indah Kapuk Mangrove Forest is one of the natural tourist spots in Jakarta matching visited at the end of the month when finances thinning but want a tour. ”
  • 1 lokal anbefaler