Day Trip Magical Jakarta
Day Trip Magical Jakarta is a trip where you can experience a cultural heritage and history of Jakarta. Jakarta is the capital city of Indonesia. It is the largest city in Indonesia, both in terms of population and land area. However, as the tourism industry in Jakarta, it has been growing steadily over the years, with a significant increase in the number of international visitors.
Sunda Kelapa – Kota Tua – Monument National – Istiqlal Mosque – Cathedral – Antique Market
After breakfast you will meet and greet with our representative, then start the trip to Sunda Kelapa, a historic port located in the northern part of Jakarta. “Sunda Kelapa” means “coconut of Sunda”, refers to the Sunda Kingdom, which was an ancient kingdom that once existed in the western part of Java.
Next trip is Museum Fatahillah, also known as the Jakarta History Museum, located in the Old Town (Kota Tua). However, the museum was originally built by the Dutch East India Company as the Stadhuis (city hall) of Batavia.
The museum has a distinctive Dutch colonial architecture, with a red brick facade and a central tower. However, it tells the story of Jakarta’s history, from the pre-colonial era to the present day. The exhibits include traditional clothing, tools, and furniture of Jakarta’s past.
Then you will visit Museum Wayang, it has thousands of wayang puppets, traditional Indonesian masks and costumes. However, the museum displays various types of wayang puppets such as wayang kulit (shadow puppetry) and wayang golek (rod puppetry).
Next trip is Monument National of Jakarta, known as Monas, it is a landmark monument. It represents the spirit of the Indonesian people, because the monument is made of marble and bronze, and is topped by a golden flame.
Afterward you will visit Istiqlal Mosque. It is a symbol of the country’s independence and one of the largest mosques in Southeast Asia. The mosque was inaugurated in 1978 by President Suharto.
Then you will visit Roman Catholic Cathedral. The cathedral was built in the neo-gothic style. Because the church and the mosque are across from each other. So, it is a symbol of interfaith harmony and tolerance in Indonesia, which is home to a diverse range of religions and cultures.
Next trip is to visit antique markets, because you can find a range of antique items, including furniture, ceramics, textiles, and more. However, it has been around for over 40 years and is known for its collection of vintage items.
After enjoying the tour, you will go back to your accommodation.
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Private car/ minivan with AC
Fuel, toll & parking fee
English speaking guide
Lunch including drinks (mineral water, coffee & tea)
Donations & entrance tickets
Breakfast & Diner
Soft drinks, juices & alcoholic beverages
Other personal expenses
Tipping driver & guide
Hat & T-Shirt
For souvenirs and other personal expenses please bring Rupiah.