24 Things to do in Jakarta

Indonesia’s largest city and capital, Jakarta, is one of the most interesting places for a traveler to explore because it is filled with so much culture and tradition. Tourism continues to thrive in the bustling city as it has a melting pot of communities for you to immerse yourself in, from the Javanese and Betawi to the Sundanese and Chinese. The diversity of the area means that visitors will be introduced to an array of art, music, customs, and foods. We’ve identified some of the best attractions in Jakarta for you to visit so that you can easily navigate through the boisterous metropolis. Photo: HildaWeges/Fotolia


»Indonesia Museum

Indonesia Museum


The Indonesia Museum was established in 1980 and is housed in a stunning, richly-decorated building that is the perfect example of Balinese architecture. Inside its walls, visitors will be able to see an extensive collection of over a thousand pieces of traditional and contemporary Indonesian arts, costumes, and crafts from several different regions. Through the artifacts, you’ll be able to gain a better understanding of the people and culture of various ethnic groups which reside in the archipelago. Some of the more unique exhibits include those of traditional wedding clothes or native groups, structures of houses built on elevated platforms, and many examples of textile crafts such as batik and weaving. Contact: Jl. Taman Mini Indonesia Indah, Ceger, Cipayung, Kota Jakarta Timur, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 13810, Indonesia, Phone: +62-21-87-79-35-37 Photo: saiko3p/Fotolia


»Merdeka Palace

Merdeka Palace


Locally known as Istana Gambir, Merdeka Palace is one of Indonesia’s six presidential palaces. It can be found in Merdeka Square in Central Jakarta and is the official residence of the President of the Republic of Indonesia, though it is no longer actually used as a residence by the President. The stunning structure was constructed in 1873 and was initially the residence of the Governor General of the Dutch East Indies. The palace complex spans over 17 acres and comprises the main Negara Palace, a state guesthouse, the State Secretariat, and the Bina Graha building. The structure attracts many visitors and if you happen to be there on the last Sunday of the month, you will be able to witness the official ‘changing of the guard’ ceremony which is open to the public. Contact: Jalan Medan Merdeka Utara Gambir, Jakarta 10160, Indonesia Photo: HildaWeges/Fotolia


»Museum of Fine Arts and Ceramics

Museum of Fine Arts and Ceramics


The Museum of Fine Arts and Ceramics is dedicated to the array of traditional art forms that can be found in Indonesia. The museum is located in Fatahillah Square in a magnificent building constructed in the 1870s. The building itself has a rich history as it was used as a military dormitory during Japan and Dutch colonialism and then as the West Jakarta Mayor’s Office. Today, you will be able to explore the several spaces of the museum which house an extensive collection of photographs, ceramics, sculptures, paintings, and more. While there, be sure to take in the amazing pieces of ceramic art from China’s Ming and Ching Dynasties. Contact: Jl. Pos Kota, RT.9/RW.7, Kota Tua, Pinangsia, Tamansari, Kota Jakarta Barat, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 11110, Indonesia, Phone: +62-21-6-92-60-90 Photo: olelia/Fotolia


»National Gallery of Indonesia

National Gallery of Indonesia


The National Gallery of Indonesia has been preserving, developing, and displaying the extensive array of visual arts that can be found in the country since it was established in 1999. Art lovers will rejoice at the gorgeous works which they’ll come across; the museum houses artworks by both Indonesian and foreign artists. Some of the more notable artists whose work you’ll be able to see include Basuki Abdullah, Raden Saleh, Hans Hartung, Victor Vasarely, and Sonia Delaunay, a Ukrainian-born French artist who co-founded the Orphism art movement. Pieces that you shouldn’t miss include “My Wife”, a painting by Dullah circa 1953, and “A Couple”, which is a sculpture by Wiyoso Yudoseputro circa 1974. Contact: Jl. Medan Merdeka Tim. No.14, RT.6/RW.1, Gambir, Kota Jakarta Pusat, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 10110, Indonesia, Phone: +62-21-34-83-39-54 Photo: National Gallery of Indonesia


»Allianz Ecopark

Allianz Ecopark


Allianz Ecopark is a waterfront park that is filled with an array of outdoor activities, rides, animals, and much more. Sitting on over 34 hectares of land, you can spend hours exploring the many aspects of the park, all of which are focused on edutainment. The four different zones are eco care, eco nature, eco art, and eco energy; in these zones you’ll be able to explore and play with unique flora and fauna or browse through several art shows and exhibits. Some of the activities that are offered there are ATV rides, fishing, canoeing, rental pedal boats, paintball, bicycling, and much more. The entire family can spend the entire day participating in several memorable and exciting activities. Contact: Taman Impian Jaya Ancol, Jl. Lodan Timur No. 7, RW.10, Kota Tua, Ancol, Jakarta Utara, Kota Jkt Utara, Daerah Khusus Ibukota, Jakarta 13820, Indonesia, Phone: +62-21-29-22-22-22 Photo: paymphoto/Fotolia


»Ancol Dreamland

Ancol Dreamland



Ancol Dreamland, locally known as Taman Impian Jaya Ancol, is a resort destination that can be found along Jakarta’s waterfront in Ancol Bay City. The park was founded in 1966 and boasts several aspects such as a theme park, an internationally-acclaimed championship golf course, traditional marketplaces, beaches, an oceanarium, and several hotels and recreational facilities. You can lounge in one of the many swimming pools at Atlantis Water Adventure, enjoy the several thrilling rides at Fantasy World, or take in one of the unique shows at Ocean Dream Samudra. The 552-hectare space has something for everyone and is sure to be a memorable visit for the entire family. Contact: Kota Tua, Jalan Lodan Timur No.7, RW.10, Kota Tua, Ancol, Pademangan, Kota Jkt Utara, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 14430, Indonesia, Phone: +62-21-29-22-22-22 Photo: usu79/Fotolia


»Atlantis Water Adventure

Atlantis Water Adventure


Atlantis Water Adventure is an extremely large waterpark that is filled with several attractions, lush green spaces, multiple waterslides, and of course, a fun wave pool and floating playground. It is one of the best places to cool down on one of Jakarta’s hot summer days. The entire family will have an amazing time lounging on a tube in the park’s lazy river or flying down a thrilling water slide which drops them into a refreshing swimming pool. The surroundings, which resemble the mythological underwater world of Atlantis, is sure to transport you to another world - while the food court will take you on a culinary journey to several countries such as Bangladesh, Spain, and Brazil. Contact: Taman Impian Jaya, Jalan Lodan Timur No.7, RW.10, Kota Tua, Ancol, Pademangan, Kota Jkt Utara, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 14430, Indonesia, Phone: +62-21-29-22-22-22 Photo: Creativa Images/Fotolia


»Istiqlal Mosque

Istiqlal Mosque


Found in the heart of Jakarta, the Istiqlal Mosque is the largest mosque in Indonesia and is smaller than only a handful of others in all Southeast Asia. It is the national mosque of the country and was built in 1978 to commemorate Indonesian independence. Designed by architect Frederich Silaban, the mosque is covered with marble and ceramic tiles on the floors and walls and is filled with intricate and unique metalworks and ornaments. The two domes and the minaret can be seen towering over its surroundings - each of the domes span nearly 150 feet wide. Visitors of the mosque will get a chance to explore the surrounding park grounds which has trees over a hundred years old, several bodies of water, and a lovely grand fountain. Contact: Jl. Taman Wijaya Kusuma, Ps. Baru, Sawah Besar, Kota Jakarta Pusat, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 10710, Indonesia, Phone: +62-21-3-81-17-08 Photo: Creativa Images/Fotolia


»Jakarta Aquarium

Jakarta Aquarium


Go on an underwater adventure and get up close and personal with over 600 species of enchanting animals at the Jakarta Aquarium. The family-friendly edutainment center offers the ultimate attraction for visitors of all ages. Some of the exhibitions and experiences include peeking into the otter tunnel or learning about hermit crabs at Nurseries of the Sea. Little one’s love spending time at the touch pool where they can hold turbo snails, fish, and other gentle animals. If you’re looking for something more exciting, go diving with the sharks with a certified instructor at Black Tip Reef or go on an aquatrek where you can see a Black Blotch Stingray. Contact: Neo Soho, Jl. Letjen S. Parman No. Kav. 28, RT.3/RW.5, Tj. Duren Sel., Grogol Petamburan, Kota Jakarta Barat, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 11470, Indonesia, Phone: +62-21-1-50-02-12 Photo: olgasparrow/Fotolia


»Jakarta Food Adventure

Jakarta Food Adventure


One of the best parts of traveling to a new country is trying all the different foods that you’ll come across there. With Jakarta Food Adventure, you’ll go on a culinary journey with dishes influenced by the country’s rich culture and heritage. You’ll get an opportunity to meet up with travelers from around the world and visit cafes and restaurants that are renowned with locals for their delicious foods. As you walk through the city in places such as Portuguese Village and Little India, you’ll learn not only about the food, but the unique ingredients used as well as the surrounding area and history. Contact: Jalan Janur Hijau 1 blok HH no.23, Jakarta, Indonesia 14230, Phone: +62-8-13-14-89-84-25 Photo: kayennkim/Fotolia


»Jakarta History Museum

Jakarta History Museum


Locally known as the Batavia Museum or the Fatahillah Museum, the Jakarta History Museum can be found in the Old Town of Jakarta. The museum is housed in a building that was initially constructed in 1710 to use as city hall. The museum has been there since 1974 and has an array of artifacts and objects on display from the city’s prehistoric period, the Dutch colonization period, and Indonesia’s independence. The collection includes paintings, ceramics, ancient inscriptions and swords, historic maps, furniture, and much more. Some of the items that you shouldn’t miss include a Japanese ceramic pot from the 17th century, a replica of Tugu Inscription, and a stone tablet which a carving of a VOC vessel. Contact: Jalan Taman Fatahillah No.1, Kota Tua, Pinangsia, Tamansari, Kota Jakarta Barat, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 11110, Indonesia, Phone: +62-21-6-92-91-01 Photo: olelia/Fotolia


»Jakarta Ocean Dive

Jakarta Ocean Dive


Indonesia is a large archipelago that has a rich and stunning marine environment; licensed PADI and SSI instructor Andrew Lioe founded Jakarta Ocean Drive in 2005 as a means of safely sharing that experience with visitors. You’ll be creating unforgettable memories as you explore the numerous dive sites around Jakarta. There are several courses offered at the center, all of which are based on PADI and SSI training systems, two of the leading agencies in the world. You can choose to become a certified open water diver, advanced open water diver, rescue diver, or recreational side mount diver. Afterwards, join Andrew and his experienced team to go on a dive trip that is sure to be one of the best parts of your trip to Jakarta. Contact: Jl. Pademangan 1 No.1, RW.6, Kota Tua, Pademangan Tim., Pademangan, Kota Jkt Utara, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 14410, Indonesia, +62-8-12-82-87-21-06 Photo: Joerg/Fotolia


»Jakarta Planetarium and Observatory

Jakarta Planetarium and Observatory


Housed within the Taman Ismail Marzuki Art & Science Complex, the Jakarta Planetarium and Observatory is an exciting place for the entire family to spend the day. The planetarium was established in 1968 and is the oldest of the three planetariums located in Indonesia. The dome of the planetarium spans over 22 meters, on which visitors will be able to watch one of the nine, hour-long productions which are available. The Jakarta Planetarium and Observatory is a great way to introduce astronomy to children and visitors of all ages will love being transported into a different universe. Since a visit to the planetarium is popular with locals and visitors alike, head there early if you’re going on a weekend as it can become quite crowded. Contact: Jl. Cikini Raya No.73, RT.8/RW.2, Cikini, Menteng, Kota Jakarta Pusat, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 10330, Indonesia, Phone: +62-21-2-30-51-46 Photo: Vadimsadovski/Fotolia

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»Jakarta Walking Tour

Jakarta Walking Tour


Have an authentic and memorable travel experience with Jakarta Walking Tour as they take you on a journey that is usually only taken by locals. You’ll get to live like a native Indonesian as you discover interesting places, feast on local foods, and meet so many different people along the way. Some of their most popular tours are the Jakarta Markets Tour, where you will navigate through the bustling local markets trying several tropical fruits and regional delicacies in the process, and the Jakarta Food Tour which is sure to put you in a food coma as you try popular snacks, learn a few family recipes, and feast on the best street food in Jakarta. Contact: Wisma Barito Pacific Tower Lantai 6A, Jalan Letjen S. Parman, Jakarta 11410, Indonesia, +62-8-22-99-73-14-29 Photo: Kzenon/Fotolia

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»National Monument (Indonesia)

National Monument (Indonesia)


One of the most iconic landmarks in Indonesia, the National Monument is a 433-foot high tower that can be found in the center of Merdeka Square. The monument was constructed between 1961 and 1975 as a symbol to commemorate the country’s struggle for independence. The monument was designed by architects Frederich Silaban and R. M. Soedarsono, who wanted to encapsulate the philosophy of Lingga and Yoni, or a rice pestle and mortar - two traditional Indonesian tools which plays an important role in its history and expansion. Visitors can explore the monument and the outer yard which houses reliefs which display European colonization up to the Proclamation of Independence and post-independence developments. Contact: Gambir, Central Jakarta City, Jakarta, Indonesia Photo: milosk50/Fotolia

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»National Museum

National Museum


Situated in Central Jakarta, the National Museum of Indonesia is housed in what is popularly known as the Elephant Building after the elephant statue that can be found in front of it. Inside, you’ll find a number of archaeological, historical, ethnological, and geographical artifacts brought in from all over Indonesia and surrounding countries. The museum’s extensiveness makes it one of the best and most complete collections of its kind in all of Southeast Asia. There are nearly 141,000 objects including a comprehensive collection of stone statues from the classical Hindu-Buddhist period and a diverse array of Indonesian ethnography artifacts. Contact: Jl. Medan Merdeka Barat No.12, Kota Jakarta Pusat, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta, Indonesia, Phone: +62-21-3-86-81-72 Photo: saiko3p/Fotolia

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»Ocean Dream Samudra

Ocean Dream Samudra


Ocean Dream Samudra is an aqua-themed park that features several fun aspects such as an underwater theater and many sea-animal shows. Visitors of all ages love spending the day getting up close and personal with dolphins, sea lions, and other animals in addition to several other outdoor games and activities. The underwater theater is a unique aspect that allows you to view shows featuring trained actors and animals all performing in the underwater oceanic surrounding. The 4D theater is housed in a Mesoamerican pyramid-style building and gives you the opportunity to feel the cool breeze as you watch one of their many shows. Housing one of the biggest oceanariums in the country, Ocean Dream Samudra a wonderful attraction that combines both education and entertainment. Contact: Jalan Lodan Timur No.7, RW.10, Kota Tua, Ancol, Pademangan, Kota Jkt Utara, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 14430, Indonesia, Phone: +62-21-29-22-22-22 Photo: natasnow/Fotolia

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»Ragunan Zoo

Ragunan Zoo


Established in 1864, the Ragunan Zoo has been in its current 140-hectare location since 1966. The large zoo is the third oldest zoo in the world and has animals from all over the world, including many endangered species. There are over 3,000 species of animals, which includes several rare birds that can be seen in the zoo’s aviary. The lush tropical setting makes you feel as if you’re out in the animal’s natural surroundings, and you can see orangutans, crocodiles, and tigers in their natural-like habitat. The 13-hectare Schmutzer Primate Centre is one-of-a-kind and houses gorillas, chimpanzees, and other primates which you can see through a thick, dark glass that doesn’t disturb the animals. Contact: Jl. Harsono No.1, Ragunan, Ps. Minggu, Kota Jakarta Selatan, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta, Indonesia Photo: teguhjatipras/Fotolia

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»Satriamandala Museum

Satriamandala Museum


Established in 1972, the Satriamandala Museum gives visitors the chance to learn about the Indonesian Armed Forces through a number of artifacts and displays in a fun, interactive environment. The exhibitions are scattered over three buildings and the grounds; you’ll see interesting displays like squadron banners, life-size statues of military who have been declared National Heroes of Indonesia, war machines such as ships and aircrafts, and several weapons including grenades, rifles, and sharpened bamboo sticks. Visitors will also come across an array of dioramas which tell the story of pre-independence rebellions, the proclamation of independence, and military efforts after the revolution. Contact: Jl. Gatot Subroto No.14, RT.6/RW.1, Kuningan Bar., Mampang Prpt., Kota Jakarta Selatan, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 12710, Indonesia, Phone: +62-21-5-22-79-46 Photo: schankz/Fotolia

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»Sea World Ancol

Sea World Ancol


Sea World Ancol is a fun, family-friendly, marine-based theme park that houses one of the largest oceanariums in South East Asia. You can spend a day out with a number of animals at one of the many different aspects of the park. Areas include an alligator pool, shark pool, main pool, sea friends pool, and the acclaimed Antasena tunnel which lets you walk beneath the water as several animals swim around you. You can feed the sharks in the Sharkquarium or see over 3,500 marine animals in the five-million-liter Main Tank. Little one’s love visiting the Ecosystem Tank where they can see sponge, coral, Clownfish, and Guppies. Contact: Jalan Lodan Timur No.7, RW.10, Kota Tua, Ancol, Pademangan, Kota Jkt Utara, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 14430, Indonesia, Phone: +62-21-29-22-22-22 Photo: nadezhda1906/Fotolia

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»Taman Mini Indonesia Indah

Taman Mini Indonesia Indah


Taman Mini Indonesia Indah, which translates to “Beautiful Indonesia Miniature Park”, is a 250-acre park which focuses on cultural-based recreational activities. You’ll be able to get an in-depth understanding of Indonesian culture in the many pavilions that are dedicated to aspects of daily life with displays of clothing, dance, architecture, and tradition. Other sections of Taman Mini Indonesia Indah include a lake, a miniature archipelago, museums, cable cars, and two theaters. You’ll also find several religious buildings, gardens, monuments, and restaurants scattered throughout the park. You can spend your day going on boat rides, exploring on a bicycle which you can rent at the park, or taking the little ones to The Castle of Indonesian Children. Contact: East Jakarta City, Jakarta, Indonesia Photo: saiko3p/Fotolia

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»Taman Prasasti Museum

Taman Prasasti Museum


Taman Prasasti is an open-air museum that was formerly a cemetery - in fact, it is one of the oldest modern cemeteries in the world. It was built in 1795 by the Dutch colonial government and is the final resting place to several Dutchmen and other important people. In addition to seeing the burial sites of nobel people such as Indonesian activist Soe Hok Gie and artist Miss Riboet, visitors will also be able to see a collection of Dutch gravestones, some of which go back to the 17th century and range in styles from classical and neo-gothic to Javanese-Hindu. Contact: Jl. Tanah Abang I No.1, RT.11/RW.8, Petojo Sel., Gambir, Kota Jakarta Pusat, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 10160, Indonesia, Phone: +62-21-3-85-40-60 Photo: dede/Fotolia

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»Taman Wisata Alam Mangrove, Angke Kapuk

Taman Wisata Alam Mangrove, Angke Kapuk


Taman Wisata Alam Mangrove, Angke Kapuk is a wildlife sanctuary that is renowned for their extensive mangroves. Visitors who have a passion for ornithology will be able to spend hours exploring several unique and interesting species of birds. The natural conservation area spans nearly a hundred hectares and is full of rehabilitated mangrove vegetation, a pond, and much more. The quiet and serene attraction is made all the more better because it is right in the middle of Jakarta’s bustling city. You can pack up a picnic to enjoy with your family or bring your camera for an amazing photography experience. Contact: Jalan Garden House RT.8/RW.1 Kamal Muara Penjaringan, RT.8/RW.1, Kamal Muara, Penjaringan, Kota Jkt Utara, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 14470, Indonesia, Phone: +62-21-29-03-30-66 Photo: Taman Wisata Alam Mangrove, Angke Kapuk

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»Wayang Museum

Wayang Museum


Javan wayang is a form of art theater that tells a dramatic story through shadows thrown by puppets, and the Wayang Museum is a wonderful museum dedicated to this amazing art. Established in 1975, the museum is now housed what was once a church built in the 1640s and then rebuilt in 1912. In the museum, visitors will be able to see a collection of various kinds of wayang such as a Sundanese wayang golek and a Javanese wayang kulit. There are many events and workshops conducted at the museum throughout the year, include a wayang-making class that is fun for the entire family. Contact: Jalan Pintu Besar Utara No.27, Pinangsia, Tamansari, RT.3/RW.6, Kota Tua, Pinangsia, Tamansari, Kota Jakarta Barat, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 11110, Indonesia, Phone: +62-21-6-92-95-60 Photo: jdoms/Fotolia

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24 Best Things to do in Jakarta, Indonesia