Jl. Tanah Pasir Mas Block C 25. Jakarta 14450

Travelling in the Old Town Jakarta

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12 Aug

National Museum

The Indonesia National museum was founded in 1778, precisely on 24 April, during the formation of Royal Batavian Society of Arts and Sciences. J.C.M. Radermacher, head of the association, donated a building located at Jalan Kalibesar along with a collection of books...
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12 Aug

Tugu Church

Besides the Netherlands, the Portuguese also had come and left a legacy of history in Batavia. One legacy is Tugu Church in North Jakarta The Tugu Church Monument is one of the oldest churches in Indonesia which stands in Kampung Tugu, North...
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12 Aug

Pasar Baru

Pasar Baru (means new market), formerly called Passer Baroe, are inseparable from the history of Jakarta. Markets that had stood since 1820 is one of the oldest shopping malls in Jakarta. Click here for Google Maps Guide   Named New Market is...
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25 Jul

Maritime Museum

Maritime Museum building  has a very important historical value, becasue it is one of the oldest relic of the Dutch first period . Initially, the Maritime Museum Building was the repository for storing spices. Click here for Google Maps Guide   Historically,...
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21 Jul

Bank Mandiri Museum

Bank Mandiri Museum is located at Jalan Lapangan Station No. 1 (Stationsplein 1 – Binnen Niuewpoortstraat) is a relic of the colonial era buildings. It stands in a garden that blends with Railway Station Jakarta-Kota or Beos (Bataviasche Oosterspoorweg Maatschappij). Click here...
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19 Jul

City Post Office

One of the ancient buildings that attract attention is the Post Office Building at Fatahillah Park. The post office building is located at Jalan Taman Fatahillah No. 3 Pinangsia Village, District Taman Sari, West Jakarta, Jakarta Province. The location of this museum...
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