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Daily Tour

4D/3N Wonder of JAKARTA


Make the best out of your holiday in Jakarta with this sightseeing and shopping tour that contains visit stops to the National Monument, Fatahillah Museum and Glodok (Chinatown)

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    Daily Tour

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    4 Days

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    Group Size

    Max 4 people

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    DKI Jakarta, CENTRAL Jakarta, EAST Jakarta, NORTH Jakarta, SOUTH Jakarta, WEST Jakarta


Jakarta is the capital and largest city of Indonesia, located on the northwest of the island of Java. Jakarta is the country’s economic, cultural and political centre and the most populous city not only in Indonesia but in Southeast Asia as a whole.

Although the city is known for its heavy traffic and high level of pollution it is filled with an exciting nightlife and vibrant shopping areas. The city is also the centre and melting pot of Indonesian culture which might be the thing for you to enjoy Jakarta.

One excellent surprise you’ll find in Jakarta is that once you past the taxi drivers who offer their services at the airport and really meet the locals, you will find that the people are among the most friendly, hospitable, and helpful people you’ll find on earth, if you keep away from the mini-bus drivers who are notorious for being the harshest on earth. However, understand that Jakarta being a melting pot, you are guaranteed to meet people of all sorts here.

Jakarta’s nickname among expats is the Big Durian, and like its fruit namesake, it’s a shock at first sight (and smell): a sweltering, steaming, heaving mass of some 28 million people packed into a vast urban sprawl. The so-called megapolitan is a charm for Indonesians, both as a business and a government center, as it is the most developed city in Indonesia. But all of this comes at a cost: the city has been struggling very hard to keep up with the urban growth.

Major roads are packed up during rush hours, while the public transportation system has been unable to alleviate that much traffic. Housing the population has been a problem too and adding to that, the numerous people’s mentality are yet to make the city a great place to live in, as dreamed of.

The obelisk-shape National Monument (Monas) signifies the Indonesia’s struggle for independence. Standing tall in the middle of the independence square (Merdeka Square), the lookout platform on Monas offers a breathtaking 360 degree panoramic view of central Jakarta.

There is also a park with musical fountain that is popular among the locals on weekends for sports and recreation.


Cars traveling around jakarta


Mineral dringking along the trip, Lunch and Dinner

Wildlife Viewing

You may see one of the National Monument, Fatahillah Museum and Glodok (Chinatown)


Jakarta has a tropical monsoon climate and the average rainfall measures 1.816mm (71.4 inches).
  • English speaking driver
  • Private AC (air conditioned) Car from start until finish tour
  • Transportation fuel, parking fee
  • Entrance fee for all tourism according itinerary
  • Mineral dringking along the trip
  • Medical Check for your climb submission
  • Meals: 3 Breakfasts , 2 Lunches & 2 Dinner
  • Stay: 3 night accommodation


Arrival and Meet your Local Tour Guide and directly transferred to your hotel for check-in. Relax & Unwind!

There is free time in Jakarta. Might consider to explore the city on your own. Jakarta is a study in contrasts: traditional and modern, rich and poor, spiritual and worldly all standing side by side in a bustling metropolis. If shopping is your passion, the mall of Jakarta vary from those with high-end designers to the chaotic crowds of local markets where anyone can pick a bargain.
Today, enjoy Jakarta as you are taken to discover the Old & New of this metropolitan city, which includes:
· Fatahillah Square, lies in the center of the Old Batavia, with its former municipal building or Stadthuis, which is now a Museum Fatahillah that’s depicting Jakarta’s long history.
· The Sunda Kelapa Harbour, an inter-island harbour, where one can mostly find Bugis phinisi schooners at anchor.
· Glodok, Jakarta’s Historic Chinatown, touted as the largest Chinatown region in the country, one of the largest in the world.
· The National Monument or "MONAS" is represent the people determination to achieve freedom.
· Merdeka Square, the heritage site of Jakarta, to view the Merdeka Palace - houses the office of the President.
· National Museum, it offers historical, pre-historical, archeological an ethnographic aspect of Indonesia.
· Views Jakarta’s neo-gothic Roman Catholic Cathedral, and Istiqlal Mosque just accross the road in front of it.
Indonesian Lunch at Salero Jumbo Restaurant
Dinner at Indah Kuring Restaurant
Journey south of jakarta through the busttling road of the metropolitan city to Setu Babakan Betawi Village, the Jakarta’s indigenous Betawi Cultural Village, has been stipulated as a Betawi Cultural Heritage village to showcase the life of the original Betawi people, the indigenous ethnic group of Jakarta. Visits Beautiful Indonesia Miniature Park, an extensive culture-based park, the prime showcase of Indonesia’s rich cultural and natural diversity.
Indonesian Padang Food Lunch at Simpang Raya Restaurant
Dinner at Tekko Restaurant
Free at own leisure and transfer to the airport


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