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Jakarta Ancient Tour
Jakarta Tour - Jakarta
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Jakarta Ancient Tour ( fullday tour 12 hours ) Places to visit : National Museum, Fatahillah Square, China Town, Jalan Surabaya, Lunch National Museum National Museum of Indonesia is also recognized as Elephant Museum. It’s called as Elephant Museum because there’s an elephant sculpture made of bronze medal at the front park of the museum. The sculpture was a grant from King Chulalongkorn (Rama V) of Thailand who visited the museum in 1871. Around the sculpture there are cannons which position are facing the National Monument (monas)
The founding of National Museum of Indonesia initiated by the founding of Bataviaasch Genootschap van Kunsten en Wetenschappen association. The association was founded by the government of Holland colony on 24th April 1978. The increase of collections had caused Holland government built Museum in 1862 at the location where the current National Museum of Indonesia stands and it was open officially in 1868. Later on the Museum became National Museum of Indonesia.
Fatahillah Square Fatahillah Square is located in North Jakarta was the town square of the Dutch settlement of Batavia, and is where the most well preserved buildings from that era are located in Jakarta. Today, Fatahillah square is a busy place - it has a constant carnival atmosphere created by the Jakartans who gather there to hang out with friends and enjoy the variety of traditional food available. Three of Jakarta’s best Museums are located here.
The Wayang (Puppet) Museum is on the west side of Fatahillah Square has an excellent collection of leather and wooden Indonesian puppets from all over the country. Wayang theater is an inherent aspect of Indonesian culture. There is a regular Wayang performance on Sunday mornings.
The Jakarta Historical Museum is on the north side of the square. Completed in the early 1700’s, it is in the former City Hall of Batavia. It has 37 rooms plus some dungeons below. Furniture, artwork, maps, memorabilia,and other artifacts are on display that document the evolution of Jakarta.
The Museum of Fine Arts and Ceramics is on the east side of the square. It has over 400 exhibits of rare paintings, sculpture, Batik paintings, and ceramics. Chinatown (Glodok) Glodok is an administrative village of Taman Sari, West Jakarta, Indonesia. The area is also known as Pecinan or Chinatown since the Dutch colonial era, and is considered the biggest in Indonesia, as a majority of the traders in Glodok are of Chinese descent.
Nowadays the area is known as one of the biggest center for electronics in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Depart from hotel at 10.00 am For last minutes booking, please contact us first Minimum booking for 2 persons
Tour Included : - Transport - Lunch - Tol fees and parking fees, - Gas, professional driver, - All entrance fees, - English speaking guide, - Meals as per package condition