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Kota Intan Bridge, Jakarta

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TripAdvisor
  • Built by the VOC in 1628, the wooden draw bridge is remarkably in good condition. Goodness knows why its called "Kota Intan Bridge" ( Diamond City Bridge) as Jakarta is far from being a Diamond City ....  more »
  • An integral part of every history-minded tourist's itinerary, this bridge is one of the few remaining examples of colonial Dutch civil engineering. It's surprisingly well maintained, presenting a stri...  more »
  • TA reviews do not seem too enthusiastic about this bridge, but I did include it on my day out after the museums had closed. It was quite nice lit up at night. Worth a visit if your nearby. Would agree...  more »
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  • I walked to Kota Intan Bridge from Historical Shipyard. I didn't know that Jakarta had an unique brown-maroon bridge. It was constructed to connect West Kali Besar and East Kali Besar. Nowadays it just becomes touristy destination because no longer ships cross the river.
  • The river is almost dry. This is no boat passing by. Distal to the bridge, reclaimation is going on. The only unique thing was that 3 bridges were very closely built. One for the train, another one for other vehicles and this bridge for motorcycles I guess. Something has to be done to bring back the epic glory of this Dutch-built bridge.
  • Romantic yet historic bridge. Love it
  • One hour of my life I will not get back!..Not even worth the free walk from immigration.
  • It's hard to appreciate the beauty or the historical importance of this poorly maintained draw bridge when you have to struggle to breathe the strong stench air coming from the black water polluted river beneath and its filthy surrounding. But the bridge itself is a testament that once upon a time, Jakarta was a different place.