Jakarta Old Town, Jakarta
Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Walk the streets of colonial-era Jakarta in Jakarta Old Town. Dubbed “The Jewel of Asia” by European sailors, the area developed to become the headquarters of the Dutch East India company, and the capital of the Dutch East Indies. Many notable historical sites line the streets of this recently rejuvenated district, which sports a number of museums and original architectural features. As a former center of trade and governance, the Old Town offers plenty of interesting attractions for visitors keen on political, maritime, and commercial history. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Jakarta Old Town by using our Jakarta vacation builder.
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Few buildings left in a small area, lots of street performers, lots of little museums, cleaner than other areas of Jakarta, traffic around area is a nightmare, toilets which are chargeable are disgust... read more »
Once known as Batavia when the Dutch ruled. This is a typical large city plaza in the European style with some grand buildings that have recently been restored. The atmosphere is spoiled by a prolifer... read more »
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