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Pomnik / punkt orientacyjny
“In Jakarta’s city centre of Merdeka Square, stands the National Monument (Monumen Nasional (Monas)) tower. It is a must visit for every tourist in Jakarta as it is a symbol to be beckon with. It stands to symbolize the fight for Indonesia and constructed under direction of President Sukarno. It is open daily from 8am - 3pm everyday except last Monday of the month.”
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“You cannot visit Jakarta and not visit the National Museum. Dating from 1862, it’s one of the best in the region with incredible ancient statues, Dayak puppets and a wealth of textiles. A new wing documents the origin of humankind in Indonesia over four floors and don’t miss the treasures of Central Java: a quite staggering collection of gold jewelry and trinkets. English language tours are free and run on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10:30 & 13:30 and are highly recommended if your Indonesian is a tad rusty.”
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Bus Station
“The branch mark tower of Jakarta, go in the morning or late afternoon to avoid long line up. On the top, you can see The city of Jakarta.”
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“The mighty cathedral stands tall at the heart of the city, boasting tall spires and impressive neo-gothic architecture. Built during the colonial era, many of the cathedral’s materials and pieces of furniture are sourced from the Netherlands, including its massive pipe organ and ornate main altar. One of the spires also serves as a museum that shows Catholic relics. It was built in 1901 to replace an earlier church. Look for stained-glass features. It is a must visit religious place in Jakarta”
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“Istiqlal Mosque has the claim to fame of being the largest mosque in Southeast Asia and has a capacity of 120,000 worshippers at any one time. It is located near to the national monument of Monas so it makes sense to visit both at the same time. Some things to look out for here include the beautiful Islamic motifs such as stars used to decorate the mosque as well as the water features that are repeated inside. Non-Muslims are welcome to visit the mosque outside of prayer times providing that they dress modestly.”
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“The great mosque in Asian. Built with minimalist style. You can go around the mosque. Respect the rules such as wearing a proper clothes (no T shirt or short pans) and you can hire tourist guide from the employee of the mosque.”
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Galeria sztuki
“Located at Merdeka Square in Gambir is the National Gallery of Indonesia which is one of the best museums in the city and has some 2,000 pieces of Indonesian art work. For any art lovers or those who don’t know much about Indonesian artists this is definitely not to be missed and it takes you on a colorful journey through different regional pieces. There is also a separate section dedicated to foreign collections and you will find paintings, ceramics, photographs, and sculptures here.”
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Government Building
“The President Palace of Republic of Indonesia. Next to National Museum and many historical building. The place where the President of Republic of Indonesia do his daily activity.”
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Bus Station
“Cheekily known as “Sukarno’s last erection”, this 132 m-high National Monument is simultaneously Jakarta’s principal landmark and the most famous architectural extravagance of the former president. Though work started in 1961, Monas was not completed until 1975. Constructed from Italian marble, it is topped with a sculpted flame, covered in some 35 kg of gold leaf.”
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“Established in 1958, Nasi Goreng Kambing Kebon Sirih has become somewhat legendary among Jakarta’s culinary connoisseurs. Managed now by the founder’s grandson, the humble street warung still retains its sought-after mutton fried rice, with generous spices and seasoning that result in a strong Indonesian flavor. You can also complete the menu with a selection of satay.”
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“Established in 1932, Ragusa Italian Ice Cream is one of the oldest ice cream shops in Indonesia. Ragusa has two outlets located in Duta Merlin and Jl. Veteran, Central Jakarta. However, the latter has become an icon of the capital as it has been serving its loyal patrons since 1947, after being relocated from its original location at Gambir Market. Their spaghetti ice cream is the must-try one.”
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Point of Interest
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“Best Indonesian Food (Order: Gurame goreng, Tahu Isi, Sayur Asam, Prawns, and Coconuts!)”
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Restauracja azjatycka
“Specializes in Peranakan/Babah cuisine. All furniture and decoration come from the private collection of the owner. Enjoy the atmosphere, forget the food. ”
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Sklep z różnościami
“A strip of street oozing with charm :) Highlights: Antara photojournalism gallery, hidden little restaurants, second-hand clothes.”
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“Despite its name that means “New Market”, Pasar Baru is one of the oldest markets in Jakarta. Most vendors have been trading there for generations, from textiles to antiques, Indian spices to electronics. Also packed with small restaurants and food stalls, some tourists even visit this place just for the experience.”
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